Greetings after a long while of silence. Hope everyone’s been doing well and watching dramas! In the past few months, I’ve watched a number of Japanese dramas but just haven’t had the energy to dedicate specific posts to each of them. So here’s a wrap of what I’ve put my eyeballs on so far.
I have been watching quite a few dramas lately, but just haven’t had the time to devote to writing individual posts for each of them. So here’s an attempt at covering three of them.
Actor combinations are strange things. If I like a potential pairing, I might actually want to be nice and check out their previous works, just to be sure I won’t be in for a rude shock when said pairing actually graces my screen. So it was with some interest that I watched Hirunaka no Ryuusei, a light and fluffy film adaptation of the shoujo manga by Yamamori Mika.
When her parents move to Bangladesh and decide not to take her along, Yosano Suzume (Nagano Mei) moves to Tokyo to live with her uncle Yukichi. Lost in the big city, she sees a shooting star during the day and also gets help from a man, Shishio Satsuki (Miura Shohei), who turns out to be her teacher at school. Suzume also tries to make friends with her standoffish classmate Mamura Daiki (Shirahama Alan), who is actually a gynophobe… Continue reading