Boys Over Flowers

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  • TV-14
  • 2009
  • 1 Season
  • 7.8  (14,112)

Boys Over Flowers is a South Korean television drama based on the Japanese manga series "Hana Yori Dango" by Yoko Kamio. The show aired on KBS2 in 2009 and quickly gained popularity in South Korea, as well as in other parts of Asia, thanks to its talented cast, addictive storyline, and impressive production value.

The drama follows the story of Geum Jan-di, a headstrong and courageous high school student who suddenly finds herself entangled with a group of wealthy and privileged boys who are known as the F4. The F4 are known to terrorize anyone who crosses their path, including other students and their own employees.

One day, Geum Jan-di stands up to the F4 and earns their respect, while also catching the eye of their leader, Gu Jun-pyo, who is played by Lee Min-ho. Gu Jun-pyo is a rich and powerful heir who is used to getting what he wants, but he finds himself drawn to Geum Jan-di's resilience and unique personality.

As the story unfolds, Gu Jun-pyo and Geum Jan-di's relationship develops, despite opposition from those around them. They face numerous obstacles, including jealous rivals, interfering parents, and even a tragic accident, but they remain determined to be together.

The show also features several subplots and supporting characters, including Geum Jan-di's friends and family, and the other members of the F4. Kim Hyun-joong plays Yoon Ji-hoo, a kind-hearted and talented musician who is a loyal friend to both Gu Jun-pyo and Geum Jan-di. Kim Bum plays So Yi-jung, a skilled potter who is known for his player tendencies, while Kim Jun plays Song Woo-bin, a charismatic and mysterious businessman.

Throughout the show, viewers are drawn into the high-stakes world of Korean high society, as they witness the challenges faced by the characters as they navigate their way through love, friendship, and wealth.

Boys Over Flowers is notable for its impressive production values, including its well-crafted sets, stylish costumes, and evocative music. The drama is also known for its stellar cast, who bring the characters to life with their nuanced performances and natural chemistry. Lee Min-ho is particularly memorable as Gu Jun-pyo, conveying both the character's brash exterior and vulnerable inner insecurities with ease.

Overall, Boys Over Flowers is a captivating drama that draws viewers in with its engaging storyline, charismatic cast, and impressive production values. It remains a beloved classic of Korean television, and continues to be popular with audiences around the world.

Boys Over Flowers is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (50 episodes). The series first aired on January 5, 2009.

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51. Neverending
January 29, 2020
Three months after ending her relationship with Domyoji, Tsukushi tries to keep a peaceful existence — until she overhears some shocking news.
Time To Call It Quits
50. Time To Call It Quits
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi feels a fresh wave of optimism on her way to school. When she can't find Domyoji, Shigeru informs her that he might be in trouble at home.
Our New Relationship
49. Our New Relationship
January 29, 2020
After learning the results of the exchange program exam, Tsukushi, her friends and her enemies come to terms with her impending absence.
Study Abroad!?
48. Study Abroad!?
January 29, 2020
The return of a familiar face makes Rui's heart flutter. Tsukushi decides that a foreign exchange program might help her make a change for the better.
New Student Shigeru Causes Shockwave!
47. New Student Shigeru Causes Shockwave!
January 29, 2020
Though Domyoji isn't thrilled, Shigeru's transfer to Eitoku pleases Yuriko and her gang, who use the situation as an opportunity to belittle Tsukushi.
Hurricane Approaching!!
46. Hurricane Approaching!!
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi tries to use her new living arrangement as a new beginning. Thoughts of what happened at Shigeru's villa continue to distract her.
Open Up Your Heart
45. Open Up Your Heart
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi returns home to find her family packing up their belongings to move to the countryside and learns she'll be left behind to fend for herself.
44. You
January 29, 2020
As she spends time with Rui, Tsukushi believes her emotional wounds can heal. Shigeru tries to take things to the next level with a reluctant Domyoji.
Deep Wounds of the Heart
43. Deep Wounds of the Heart
January 29, 2020
At Shigeru's family villa, the couples share a meal before the girls take a hot spring bath. Engrossed in thoughts of Domyoji, Tsukushi passes out.
Surprise! A Double Date!
42. Surprise! A Double Date!
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi attempts to hide her heartache from Rui after witnessing an intimate moment between Domyoji and Shigeru, but she struggles to keep her cool.
The Dawning of a New Day
41. The Dawning of a New Day
January 29, 2020
When Tsukushi hears about the latest developments in Domyoji and Shigeru's relationship, she tries to make sense of her feelings and what she wants.
The Turning of Love
40. The Turning of Love
January 29, 2020
When Shigeru drags Tsukushi along on a shopping trip and searches for nice clothes to impress Domyoji, Tsukushi's opinion of her starts to change.
Love Triangle From Hell!
39. Love Triangle From Hell!
January 29, 2020
After their quarrel, Shigeru decides to pursue Domyoji's affection. She goes to a café with Tsukushi, who later inadvertently agrees to help her.
I Will Tame You!!
38. I Will Tame You!!
January 29, 2020
Domyoji and Shigeru protest the decision thrust upon them. Domyoji escapes, taking Shigeru with him by mistake instead of a dazed and hurt Tsukushi.
37. It
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi learns the real reason her mother refused the hefty financial offer. Tsubaki worries about what her mother has planned next for her brother.
36. Tsukasa
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi and Domyoji have a heart-to-heart aboard his family's yacht and bond while fishing for a snack. She finally gives him his birthday present.
Lovers On the Run!?
35. Lovers On the Run!?
January 29, 2020
Domyoji's mother grills Tsukushi about her character and imposes extraordinarily lofty standards on her, exposing her in front of the party guests.
The Woman In My Life!
34. The Woman In My Life!
January 29, 2020
After getting a clumsy haircut at home, Tsukushi faces ridicule at school. Domyoji invites her to his birthday party and tells her to dress up.
Someday We
33. Someday We
January 29, 2020
Waking up in the hospital, Tsukushi immediately recalls Domyoji's beating and worries about his condition. Fearing the worst, she runs to his bedside.
Shock! Horror! Another Red Card!
31. Shock! Horror! Another Red Card!
January 29, 2020
A photo of Junpei and Tsukushi on the cover of a popular magazine causes a stir at school. Domyoji spots them together and flies into a rage.
Do You Want A Friend?
30. Do You Want A Friend?
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi has an awkward reunion with Domyoji at school. After Yuriko and her friends harass her, she receives help from a first-year student.
His Body Against Mine
29. His Body Against Mine
January 29, 2020
During a heavy snowstorm, Domyoji frantically searches for Tsukushi. Drifting out of consciousness, she lays in the snow, freezing and alone.
Tsukushi Goes To Canada!!
28. Tsukushi Goes To Canada!!
January 29, 2020
Tsukushi agrees to meet Domyoji at his family mansion in Canada. The remaining F4 members, Yuki, Yuriko and her friends come along on the trip.
Tsukasa Goes To New York!!
27. Tsukasa Goes To New York!!
January 29, 2020
When Tsukushi's father loses his job, her family moves into a run-down property. Domyoji tells the rest of the F4 of his plans to move to New York.
Sleepless Night!
26. Sleepless Night!
January 29, 2020
Domyoji gets into trouble as he wanders around the city aimlessly. Tsubaki strongly encourages Tsukushi and Rui to be more intimate with each other.
Episode 25
25. Episode 25
March 31, 2009
Jun-pyo asks Yumi to make the lunchbox again, proving that Yumi had taken credit for her lunch.
Episode 24
24. Episode 24
March 30, 2009
Perhaps feeling it's time to reveal one truth, Mr. Jung leads Jun-hee to the mystery patient's bedside. At the sight of her father, Jun-hee breaks down.
Episode 23
23. Episode 23
March 24, 2009
Jun-pyo tells Jan Di that he'll protect her, but to Jun-pyo's surprise, she says that she does not want to be protected or taken care of.
Episode 22
22. Episode 22
March 23, 2009
Jun-pyo pleads for Jan Di to tell him not to get married.
Episode 21
21. Episode 21
March 17, 2009
Yi-jung is waiting outside for Eun-jae, happy to see her -- until he overhears her phone conversation. From her words, it sounds like a call to a boyfriend.
Episode 20
20. Episode 20
March 16, 2009
At home, Jun-hee thinks back to how her mother interfered in her life, in much the same way she's interfering in Jun-pyo's now.
Episode 19
19. Episode 19
March 10, 2009
Woo-bin tries to talk some sense into Yi-jung, who is hell bent on drinking himself into oblivion.
Episode 18
18. Episode 18
March 9, 2009
Jun-pyo starts seeing Jae-Kyung in a different way, like he's seeing her for the first time as a potential friend -- or maybe a kindred spirit.
Episode 17
17. Episode 17
March 3, 2009
Ji-hoo can see how hurt Jan Di is by the kiss, and continues to follow her as she walks around in a daze.
Episode 16
16. Episode 16
February 24, 2009
Jan Di's family hears about Jun-pyo's engagement and asks her dejectedly if it's true.
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
February 23, 2009
After treating Jan Di in a harsh manner, Mr. Jung prepares everything so that Jun-Pyo can see her in Seoul. Can he go without Madam Kang finding out?
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
February 17, 2009
Jan Di waits to hear the results of F3's meeting with Jun-pyo, and can tell from their expressions that it was not good.
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
February 16, 2009
The F4 guys have moved on to university, while Jan Di has entered her final year of high school. She has not heard from Jun Pyo since he left.
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
February 10, 2009
Jan Di's father gets taken away by loan sharks, which inevitably forces Jan Di's mother to swallow her pride and beg Madam Kang for help.
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
February 9, 2009
A note indicates that class has been moved to the science lab. The lab is empty, but Jan Di waits, not noticing that the room is filling with fumes.
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
February 3, 2009
Yi Jung receives a hysterical call from his mother, who is threatening to commit suicide because of his father.
Episode 9
9. Episode 9
February 2, 2009
Yi-jung receives a hysterical call from his mother threatening to commit suicide because of his father.
Episode 8
8. Episode 8
January 27, 2009
Jan Di rushes to the hospital after hearing that Jun Pyo had been in an accident.
Episode 7
7. Episode 7
January 26, 2009
Jun Pyo plans to evict his best friend and Jan Di out of Shinhwa High School -- and out of F4.
Episode 6
6. Episode 6
January 20, 2009
A psychic predicts that Jan Di will be losing something important.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
January 19, 2009
Jan Di's bike is set on fire while she is assaulted with water balloons and blasted with a fire extinguisher.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
January 13, 2009
Making a sudden decision, Jan Di tells her mother she has to go somewhere and runs off, heading toward Namsan Tower.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
January 12, 2009
Not keen to watch Jan Di dancing with one of his best friends, Jun Pyo leaves the ballroom and ends up taking out his frustrations by the poolside.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
January 6, 2009
A scandalous rumor is spread on the Internet that a second-year student at Shinhwa High School, identified as "Miss K," is pregnant.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
January 5, 2009
Just being rich isn't enough to survive the teen tyranny at Shinhwa -- outsiders or loners are often marked as targets by the bored über-clique F4.
Where to Watch Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers is available for streaming on the KBS2 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Boys Over Flowers on demand at Amazon Prime, Netflix, Amazon and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 5, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (14,112)