"Phim bo Dai Loan" is a Vietnamese phrase for movies or shows that are made in Taiwan or feature Taiwanese actors. Often these shows are soap operas or dramas and produced in Mandarin, but many shows can be dubbed or subbed in other languages.
Taiwanese dramas are popular in East and Southeast Asia as well as among East and Southeast Asians in North America. Taiwanese dramas are especially popular among Mandarin-speaking individuals, as the movies and shows are originally made in Mandarin. The majority of Taiwanese dramas focus on the dramatization of romance. Some popular Taiwanese dramas include titles like "When I See You Again", "Drunken to Love You" and "Murphy's Law of Love."