The ASX and Nikkei opened in the green while the Kospi slipped in early trade ahead of South Korea President's impeachment vote.
Asian markets were mostly exuberant on Thursday, buoyed by China November trade data beating forecasts.
Asian markets opened higher on Tuesday, with the Nikkei up by 1.01 percent and leading the gains.
Asian markets opened in the red on Friday, with the Nikkei down by 0.42 percent and leading the losses.
Japan's benchmark index rose more than 1 percent on Thursday as China PMIs offered support and OPEC reached a deal to cut oil production on Wednesday.
Asia markets were softer on Tuesday, with the Nikkei down 0.41 percent as the dollar/yen hovers below 112, while Kospi and ASX trade near flat.
The Japanese benchmark closed lower on Monday after seven straight sessions of gains as the yen rose sharply against the dollar and oil prices slipped.
Asia markets were positive on Friday, amid a lack of cues from U.S. markets, which were shut Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Japan's Nikkei 225 edges up 0.3% at open after consumer prices remain weak, while South Korea's Kopsi, S&P ASX/200 hold flat.
Asia markets trade mixed, as the Dow and S&P 500 recorded closing highs for the second cstraight session.