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who knows about Turkish dramas? I wonder as a Turkish person...

drama name:kiralık aşk ps:though I Am Turkish I dont watch too much Türk (Turkish) dramas.
i know about Turkey because of few dramas that were aired in my country a couple of years ago. We know Feriha, Fatmagul, Kuzey Guney and a couple of more. Fan from India :)
@purplem00n23 ohh thank you :D
It's a Latin American channel that translates/dubs dramas from other countries into Spanish.
@purplem00n23 mundofox is a channel? or internet website?
I've only watched Magnificent Century and Sura and Seyit. I'm hoping MundoFox keeps showing more.
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