(2005) Hana Yori Dango
(2021) F4 Thailand
First published in 1992,
 Yoko Kamio's manga has spawned many adaptations, including an Boys Over Flowers audio drama, a film, an anime, several television dramas, as well as musicals. Its sequel manga has also had its own adaptation.
The series' has gained international fame partially from its being adapted into television dramas. The first being
(2001), which was produced in Taiwan and followed by two sequels. Meteor Garden  (2005), from its home country, followed in 2005. It has a Hana Yori Dango television sequel and a film sequel. Next, the popular  from South Korea was released in 2009. Boys Over Flowers Most recently, a Chinese  remake of Meteor Garden aired in 2018, and currently, a  Thai adaptation is in production.
(1993): an audio drama comprised of three parts, which was released in 1993 and 1994. Hana Yori Dango Takuya Kimura starred as the voice of Rui Hanazawa. 
(1995): a film released in August 1995. Hana Yori Dango The film starred  Yuki Uchida, Shosuke Tanihara, and Naohito Fujiki. It was the first live-action adaptation of Boys Over Flowers.
(1996): an animated version that aired from September 1996 to August 1997. Boys Over Flowers Maki Mochida and Naoki Miyashita were the voices of the series leads', Tsukushi and Tsukasa. A short film set in a different universe premiered in 1997, while the anime was still airing.
(2005): the second live-action television adaptation of the manga which aired from October to December 2005. Hana Yori Dango It starred  Mao Inoue as Tsukushi, Jun Matsumoto as Tsukasa, and Shun Oguri as Rui.  Hana Yori Dango was successful and received high ratings.
(2007): the sequel to 2005's Hana Yori Dango Returns Hana Yori Dango. Inoue, Matsumoto, Oguri,  Shota Matsuda, and Tsuyoshi Abe returned from the previous series. It aired for eleven episodes from January to March 2007. The drama also had high ratings, peaking at 27.6% for the  finale.
(2008): a film conclusion to Hana Yori Dango Final Hana Yori Dango. The film premiered on June 28, 2008.  It earned approximately 7.75 billion yen (US$83.5 million) at the Japanese box office.  Inoue and Matsumoto again starred as Tsukushi and Tsukasa in the film. 
(2016): a musical adaptation of Hana Yori Dango: The Musical Boys Over Flowers was first announced in April 2015. The musical opened on January 5, 2016.  It starred  Ririka Kato as Tsukushi, Yuya Matsushita as Tsukasa, and Jin Shirasu as Rui.  (2019): a musical performed by the Flower Troupe of the Hana Yori Dango Takarazuka Revue. It starred  Rei Yuzuka as Tsukasa and Mirei Shiroki as Tsukushi. 
(2001): the series was the first television drama adaptation of Meteor Garden Boys Over Flowers. The drama propelled its five leads into super stardom,  compelling the four male leads to form the idol band,  F4.  Meteor Garden was a huge success throughout Asia.
(2001): a spin-off to Meteor Rain Meteor Garden. Each episode of the series follows a different F4 member, except Vic Chou, though he does appear. It aired in late 2001, shortly after the end of Meteor Garden. Pally Chien, Aisa Senda, and Mai Sato guest starred in the series. (2002): the sequel to Meteor Garden II Meteor Garden. Unlike its predecessor, the sequel is only partially based on Boys Over Flowers. It aired on  CTS in 2002. The lead cast was joined by  Michelle Saram, who played a rival to Barbie Hsu's Shan Cai. 
(2009): a Korean live-action television version of Boys Over Flowers Boys Over Flowers. The drama aired from January  to March 2009 for twenty-five episodes.  It starred  Ku Hye-sun, Lee Min-ho, Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Bum, and Kim Joon as Geum Jan-di and the F4.  (2017): a Korean version of the Japanese musical that premiered on February 24, 2017. Boys Over Flowers: The Musical It featured a rotating cast, including  Min, J-Min, Lee Chang-sub, Ken, and Lee Sung-min. Yumi Suzuki, who directed the original, went to Seoul to direct the new version. 
Boys Over Flowers adaptations