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Meteor Garden and F4 World Exhibit ( 流星花園・F4 World 展時代は華流(ファーリュー)へ!) was a series of exhibitions first held at Parco Museum in Shibuya, Tokyo. The event was held from March 11 to 28, 2005. It featured various photos, costumes, and objects related to Meteor Garden and the Taiwanese boy band F4.[1] The exhibit was held all over Japan during 2005 and returned once the following year.[2]

Exhibits

Venue City Prefecture Start End
Parco Museum Shibuya Tokyo March 11 March 28, 2005
Osaka Osaka April 29 May 9, 2005
Hiroshima Hiroshima May 13 May 25, 2005
Nagoya Aichi June 10 June 27, 2005
Gifu Gifu July 15 July 26, 2005
Sapporo Hokkaido September 16 September 29, 2005
Matsumoto Nagano October 21 November 6, 2005
Kumamoto Kumamoto December 8 December 25, 2005
Hiroshima Hiroshima November 23 December 5, 2006

Staff

Background

Author Yoko Kamio with Barbie Hsu and Vic Chou at the press call

On March 10, 2005, a press call for the event was held at Parco Museum. It was attended by Boys Over Flowers author Yoko Kamio, Meteor Garden stars Barbie Hsu and Vic Chou, and producer Angie Chai.[3] In addition to Hsu and Chou, Ken Chu and Vanness Wu visited Japan at later dates to promote the exhibit.[4] Meteor Garden and F4 World Exhibit was held in a total of nine cities, including Osaka and Hiroshima.[2][5]

Features

The exhibit was split into four areas:

  • Drama area: An emphasis on Meteor Garden was given in this area. Costumes for F4 and other props were put on display from the drama as well as Meteor Rain and Meteor Garden II. A drama and manga comparison and a video of special scenes were also viewable.
    • The area also served as an introduction to other dramas starring F4, including Love Scar, Come to My Place, and Poor Prince.
    • A special prop from Mars was also featured to promote its airing in Japan in April 2005.
  • Film area: Promoted F4's move to the silver screen. Filmed featured in this area were Magic Kitchen, Sky of Love, and Star Runner.
  • Music area: A corner which showcased the F4's music, including the album Meteor Rain. There was also a screening of F4's Fantasy 4ever concert video.
  • Advertising area: This area exhibited F4's commercial campaigns that were not seen in Japan before. It included their Yamaha Motors and Pepsi campaigns among others.

Campaign

Parco Museum held a special White Day campaign from March 4 to 14, 2005. The first fifty customers to spend over ten thousand yen at any Parco shop was awarded a poster of Vic Chou. The posters were specially comissioned for the event by Parco.[6][7]

References

See also


Meteor Garden series
Meteor Garden episodes (2001)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19

Meteor Rain episodes (2002)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Meteor Garden II episodes (2002)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19
20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31

Music

Meteor Garden Original Soundtrack | Meteor Garden II Original Soundtrack | Meteor Rain (album)
"Jue Bu Neng Shi Qu Ni" | "Liu Xing Yu" | "Ni Yao De Ai" | "Qing Fei De Yi" | "Yan Huo De Ji Jie"

Related media

Meteor Garden Photo Album | Meteor Garden (novels)

Related pages

Filming locations | Gallery | Home media | International broadcast
Meteor Garden and F4 World Exhibit

External links

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