Rosuke Narumi works at a trading company however after some internal conflicts within the company, he is appointed as the principal of a private high school. Although he has a math teaching certificate, can Narumi run the high school? I won’t say any more, you all have to find out what happens. Ha!
I wondered a lot whether to post this review/opinion or to keep it to myself and just write on twitter that this is a worthy drama to watch and end it with that. Truthfully, I’m not sure if I can convey how good this drama was. All the elements I appreciate from a drama were […]
First of all, before I start my post I want to make something clear. The drama tackles gender identity disorder as its major plot line, however as I’m not knowledged enough concerning this aspect, I can’t say if Kataomoi has done well in regards of making a good representation of the subject to its viewers.
Every time I came back for the characters. I’m not someone who normally is interested in medical dramas, simply because these kinds of dramas aren’t my type moreover medical terms make me drowsy. Doctor X is not a series that can create the feeling of wanting to watch more and more but as you watch, […]
I finished it! And oh boy…from where to start with my opinion post? First of all, this drama was one of the dramas I was looking forward to watch. I let it end airing but at some point I forgot about it and last week I randomly saw it on a streaming site. Since it […]
This was such a cute show. Although superficial at times I always was under the impression that at the end we’ll have some big ass teaching “don’t judge a book by its cover”. But what did the writer do? The writer made a mess of the show!
‘Million Yen women’ it’s a drama that tries to freak you out, makes you fall in love with its characters and then tosses you around. Mishima Shin is a novelist with a small number of readers who wishes to see his work being read by more people. Does he want to sell more? No, he […]
“Chanpon tabetaka” is an emotional roller coaster disguised as a tea cup ride. An unexpectedly good show that captivates its viewers slowly but steadily.
Good thing I leave some dramas to marathon rather than watch when it airs. CRISIS is yet another good example of a show designed to marathon. I find this one to be the normal detective type of drama. It doesn’t bring anything new to the table apart from the action scenes which are better prepared […]
Lately I’ve been venturing myself into Japanese dramas more since Korean ones aren’t what I’m looking forward to at this moment and Thai dramas which I want to watch are rarely subbed. And although I wanted to finish my currently watch list, I thought it will be good to add another one.