There are no mature themes in this South Korean show, but it tackles heavier themes that aren't usually present in lighthearted, romantic comedy.
Excited to see Haru in a new Japanese drama, I instantly picked this up. While the concept had potential, the characterization of our protagonists was incredibly flat.
Rumours become a reality in this horror visual novel that makes the most out of your smartphone for the occasional jump scare.
Hotel Del Luna is TVN's latest Korean show. A star-filled cast and an original spin on a famous fairytale, it's one to watch out for.
At 51 years old, Kyoto detective, Rekihiko Tokiya, lost his memory and confidence after falling into a water storage while apprehending a murder suspect. After waking in a hospital, he discovers that he cannot remember anything past 31 years old when he first became a detective. While he resumes his duties, he gets paired with a rookie female investigator, Tomoka Saso, and deals with cases differently than before.
A twist on Battle Royale and Assassination Classroom, Hiiragi Ibuki (Suda Masaki) is a quiet art teacher who traps class 3-A in their classroom 10 days before their graduation. To obtain their freedom, the class must find out the truth behind their deceased classmate, Kageyama Reina's, suicide.
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Misao is a "reclusive and indecent" artist who appears to be a sexual deviant. Yet, you become enchanted by his professionalism in his work.
Dear Sister Drama Review Fukazawa Misaki (Ishihara Satomi) and Fukuzawa Hazuki are polar opposites despite being sisters. Misaki never studied well but has a charming personality; Hazuki is diligent but is socially awkward. After Misaki graduates from high school, she left home and the family hasn't heard from her since. Now, Hazuki is 29 years … Continue reading Dear Sister [SPOILERS]
Overall, the drama was mediocre with a good cast. If you're a fan of romantic cliché's or wants to watch for the laughs, this might click for you. If not, I would recommend passing to save yourself the questions and facepalms.
Tachibana Setoka (Tao Tsuchiya) is a high school student who's been rejected twelve times. Her older brother, Tachibana Haruka (Ryota Katayose), cares deeply for his sister and is keeping a secret from her: they are not blood-related.