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There is also a [[KoreanDrama Korean equivalent]].

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There is also a [[KoreanDrama Korean equivalent]].
equivalent]]. See also TurkishDrama and {{Telenovela}}.


Japanese dramas, or "terebi dorama" (often referred to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at {{salaryman}} life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.

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Japanese dramas, or "terebi dorama" (often (literally ''television drama'', often referred to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at {{salaryman}} life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.


The majority of dorama air in what could be considered "prime time"-- starting around 9 pm and ending at midnight, and airing weekly. There are also daytime and afternoon dorama, usually aired daily. A few dorama series air at OtakuOClock,

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The majority of dorama air in what could be considered "prime time"-- starting around 9 pm and ending at midnight, and airing weekly. There are also daytime and afternoon dorama, usually aired daily. A few dorama series air at OtakuOClock,
OtakuOClock.


The majority of dorama air in what could be considered "prime time"-- starting around 9 pm and ending at midnight, and airing weekly. There are also daytime and afternoon dorama, usually aired daily.

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The majority of dorama air in what could be considered "prime time"-- starting around 9 pm and ending at midnight, and airing weekly. There are also daytime and afternoon dorama, usually aired daily.
daily. A few dorama series air at OtakuOClock,


Examples are listed on JapaneseSeries.

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Examples are listed on JapaneseSeries.JapaneseSeries.
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There is also a [[KoreanDrama Korean equivalent]].

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There is also a [[KoreanDrama Korean equivalent]].equivalent]].

Examples are listed on JapaneseSeries.


The Korean equivalent is usually referred to in English as a KDrama.

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The There is also a [[KoreanDrama Korean equivalent is usually referred to in English as a KDrama.equivalent]].


Interestingly, each episode of a dorama is usually shot only a few (two to three) weeks before it is actually aired. Many fans have been able to visit their idols shooting scenes even as the show is still airing.

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Interestingly, each episode of a dorama is usually shot only a few (two to three) weeks before it is actually aired. Many fans have been able to visit their idols shooting scenes even as the show is still airing.airing.

The Korean equivalent is usually referred to in English as a KDrama.


Japanese dramas, or "terebi dorama" (often referred to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.

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Japanese dramas, or "terebi dorama" (often referred to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man {{salaryman}} life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.


Due to the "four season" nature of Japanese television and the general concept of a series having a planned run of episodes, dorama tend to have limited runs, much as {{Anime}} do-- a typical evening dorama runs for nine to twelve episodes, with one or two episode runs for doramas commerating a certain event or theme. Major successes may get an epilogue episode.

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Due to the "four season" nature of Japanese television and the general concept of a series having a planned run of episodes, dorama tend to have limited runs, much as {{Anime}} do-- a typical evening dorama runs for nine to twelve episodes, with one or two episode runs for doramas commerating commemorating a certain event or theme. Major successes may get an epilogue episode.


Japanese dramas, or "terebi dorama" (often refered to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.

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Japanese dramas, or "terebi dorama" (often refered referred to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.


Japanese dramas, or ''terebi dorama" (often refered to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.

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Japanese dramas, or ''terebi "terebi dorama" (often refered to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.


Japanese dramas, or ''terebi dorama' (often refered to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.

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Japanese dramas, or ''terebi dorama' dorama" (often refered to simply as "dorama"), are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. Though called dramas, they cover a wide range of tones and genres. A dorama can be a romantic soap opera, a comedic look at Salary Man life, a detective story, or even a horror tale... and that's hardly the limit.

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