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F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers is a Thai drama based on the Japanese manga by Yoko Kamio. The series has aired internationally in several countries, including the Philippines, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Myanmar.[1]



Nani Hirunkit Message - Viki

F4 Thailand was posted on GMMTV's YouTube channel with English subtitles the same day that each episode aired. It is available for viewing in several countries around the world.[2] F4 Thailand streamed on Viu in Thailand two hours after each episode's premiere.[3] As such, it is also available on the platform in a number of other countries, including Indonesia[4] and Singapore.[5]

It was added to Viki's streaming catalogue on June 9, 2023.[6]



TV Asahi announced on September 16, 2021 their plans to broadcast F4 Thailand in Japan.[7] It aired on TV Asahi CS on Saturdays at 10:30 PM simultaneously with Thailand.[8] Starting on December 25, the previous episode was rebroadcast every Saturday at 9:20 AM.[9] The making-of special was broadcast on December 11.[10] The series began re-airing on TV Asahi in the Kanto region, starting on January 7, 2022.[11] A special program exclusive to Japan aired after the eleventh episode on March 5.[12] F4 Thailand was re-broadcast in its entirety on April 30 and May 1, along with the making-of special and the exclusive Japanese program.[13] A new interview with the stars playing the F4 also aired.[14]

To celebrate Shooting Star Asia Tour coming to Japan, F4 Thailand was broadcast again on TV Asahi CS, starting on February 18, 2023. Two episodes aired a week.[15] Shooting Star Asia Tour was broadcast live on March 19 on TV Asahi Channel 1.[16] F4 Thailand was rebroadcast on May 13 and 14 ahead of the second broadcast of Shooting Star Asia Tour on May 20. It featured new interviews and behind the scenes footage.[17]

Year Network Timeslot
2021 TV Asahi CS Saturdays at 10:30 PM
2023 Saturdays at 9:30 PM


F4 Thailand is also available on the Japanese streaming service, U-Next.[18] In early November 2022, U-Next revealed that they were producing a Japanese dubbed version of F4 Thailand.[19] The dub was released on the platform on November 29.[20] An interview with the voice cast was released on YouTube to commemorate the release.[21]

Dubbing cast and credits[]


Character Voice Notes
Gorya Yuka Terasaki
Thyme Junichi Suwabe
Ren Takahiro Sakurai
Kavin Hiroshi Kamiya
MJ Daisuke Namikawa
Kaning Sara Matsumoto [22]
Tia Marina Inoue [23]
Glakao Chiharu Sawashiro
Talay Kenichi Suzumura
Hana Satsuki Kokufu [24]
Gawao Takaaki Torashima [25]
Mona Umeka Shoji [26]
Jane Kanon Amane
Por Yusuke Tomioka [27]
  • Additional voices: Toshiharu Yajima[26]




ABS-CBN announcement teaser

On August 6, 2021, ABS-CBN announced that they would be broadcasting F4 Thailand in the Philippines through their partnership with GMMTV.[28][29] The series was then broadcast on the Kapamilya Channel and A2Z Channel 11 the next day at 8:30 PM.[30] On March 27, 2022, ABS-CBN hosted a live press conference with the stars of F4 Thailand on their Facebook and YouTube.[31]

In early 2024, F4 Thailand was rebroadcast in the Philippines. It aired on Kapamilya Channel and TV5 on weeknights and on A2Z on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.[32]

Year Network Timeslot
2021 Kapamilya Channel Saturdays at 8:30 PM
2024 Kapamilya Channel Monday to Friday at 10:15 PM
A2Z Monday, Tuesday, Thursday


F4 Thailand was simulcast with Thailand on the streaming service, iWantTFC, on Saturdays at 9:30 PM.[33] It was also streamed on Kapamilya Online Live.[30]

Dubbing cast and credits[]


Character Voice Notes
Gorya Kenneth Ancero
Thyme Dave Hosillos [34]
Ren Jay Santiago
Kavin Weebs Herrera
MJ Joam Santiago


ABS-CBN Integrated Acquisitions

  • Executive in charge of integrated acquisitions: Macie F. Imperial
  • Head of integrated acquisitions: Rachel Simon-Palomar
  • Operations head of acquisitions: Rissa Afable-Calinawan
  • Acquisitions manager: Cecille Sumabat
  • Dubbing coordinators: Charilou Fusana-Bellen, Jenny Canales-Salvador
  • Dubbing director: Roni Abario
  • Dubbing script writers: Roni Abario, Markgil Pumatong

iWantTFC Content Team

  • Head of iWantTFC: Jamie C. Lopez
  • Content management team: Ginny Monteagudo-Ocampo
  • Production manager: Mark Anthony D. Gile
  • Programming and curations manager: Joyce V. Villaflor
  • Operations manager: Lesley Anne M. Dacula
  • Creative manager: Nico Hernandez
  • Advertising and promotions head: Vaughn Johnson Hautea

iWantTFC Marketing Department

  • Head of marketing: Cookie Bartolome
  • Brand lead for iWantTFC: Patricia Palmero
  • Brand manager for iWantTFC: Ana Regina A. Buenviaje
  • Social media manager for iWantTFC: Jessa Canuto
  • Brand and content marketing head: Krystel Agnote
  • Brand and content marketing managers: Macie Chavez, Lila Cristobal

Dreamscape Entertainment

  • Head of Dreamscape Entertainment: Roldeo T. Endrinal
  • Executives in charge of production: Erick Castillo Salud, Carlina Dela Merced
  • Editing producers: Herchel J. Flores, Marjarey Kasel S. Politico
  • Thai translator: RJ Vivero
  • Tagalog translator: Kay Conlu-Brondial
  • Master editor: Raymond Samaniego
  • Audio engineers: Jhon Fermin Villare, Michael Lipata
  • Motion graphics artist: Ian Jude Macalinao

Dreamscape Promo and Marketing

  • Head, Content Synergy: Billet Sangalang
  • Adprom specialist: Lady Lou Doroin


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