'Serialized TV' Examines The Global Dominance Of Korean Dramas
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SAN FRANCISCO - Californer -- Korean dramas, or K-drama, has become one of the most influential television genres and has made its way across the world. As an informative guide to soap operas, Serialized TV explores the global dominance of Korean dramas and tracks the latest series and productions coming out of South Korea.

Serialized TV will explore the two main types of K-dramas, contemporary and historical, and provide news, updates, reviews, and compelling commentaries on the genre. Contemporary K-dramas are written as limited series and typically have one season. They have very modern storylines with heavy romance and Korean pop culture elements. These are the K-dramas that have gained worldwide popularity. Historical dramas take place in the past and depict the issues and events of a specific time period. While these series are also limited, they can go on for hundreds of episodes.

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Contemporary or historical, a key theme in all kinds of Korean dramas is family. K-dramas typically revolve around a family and address family issues relevant to Korean audiences. Serialized TV looks at the role of family in Korean dramas and how this genre has influenced the rest of the soap opera and daytime drama world.

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