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5 Memorable Asian Drama + Movie Cast Reunions That Happened In 2020

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2020 may not have been *the best* year, but it did give us many drama and movie cast reunions we didn't even know we needed, such as...

1. Meteor Garden 

When it first aired: 2001, Taiwan 

Where you can watch it: Netflix

The reunion: Although not all of the F4 members were *physically* present (three of them were "projected virtually like holograms"), the Meteor Garden stars reunited for a special performance in October 2020. It took place during the "1001 Night Festival" virtual concert of China's Jiangsu TV. 

2. Crazy Little Thing Called Love

When it first aired: 2011, Thailand  

The reunion: In February, Baifern and Mario Maurer were seen at the "blessing ceremony" of their reunion film Laser Candy. The film will be "a modern love story set in the near future where an AI building is powered by human feelings. Due to a software glitch, it falls in love with a real girl, escapes the building into the body of a real man, and tries to win her affections" and is expected to air in 2021. 

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3. Coffee Prince 

When it first aired: 2007, South Korea 

Where you can watch it: Netflix, Viu 

The reunion: In September, MBC released a documentary that featured "the cast's reflection 13 years after Coffee Prince was aired!" The cast members, including main leads Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye, revisited the cafe from a scene in the K-drama. 

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4. Reply 1988 

When it first aired: 2015, South Korea

Where you can watch it: Netflix, Viu

The reunion: The Reply 1988 cast members made our hearts *so happy* when they posted photos of them hanging out in JulyPark Bo Gum, Hyeri, Go Kyung Pyo, Lee Dong Hwi, and Ryu Hye Young were present, and although we don't see him in the photos, fans think Ryu Jun Yeol was there as well. Hyeri also made a cameo appearance in Bo Gum's drama Record Of Youth

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5. It Started With A Kiss

When it first aired: 2005, Taiwan 

The reunion: Joe Cheng and Ariel Lin reunited in one of Joe's vlogs, fifteen years after they were first paired in the popular TV series about a girl who finds herself living in the same house as her "cold" + handsome classmate.  

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