|Toast Boy's Kiss|
|Also known as||Toast Man's Kiss|
|Traditional Chinese||吐司 男 之 吻|
|Hanyu Pinyin||Tǔsī Nán zhī Wěn|
|Created by||Wu Meng-en|
|Directed by||Doze Niu|
|Opening theme||"Ting Bu Dao Ni" (聽不到你)|
|Country of origin||Taiwan|
|No. of episodes||18|
|Running time||75 minutes|
|Production company||Full Power Production|
|Original network||Taiwan Television|
|Original release||July 30 –|
November 26, 2001
|Toast Boy's Kiss 2 (2004)|
Toast Boy's Kiss is a 2001 Taiwanese romantic comedy television series produced by Hsiao Yeh and directed by Doze Niu, starring Lee Wei and Lee Kang-i. The show was first broadcast on Taiwan Television, was one of the most popular Taiwanese series in 2001.
A spin-off sequel was broadcast in 2004 on Eastern Television.
|37th||Golden Bell Awards||Best Actor||Lee Wei||Nominated|
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