Hello everyone around the world, it’s Greenleaf.
Well, I got carried away with those greetings because of Nanaki. Hilarious character from Lightning Empress Nanaki currently is being translated by Hecate. I have not had any light novel that’s being very entertaining and refreshing. Well if you’re interested head over there and read, it’s a refreshing story, really.
Okay, today I want to share about this amazing drama. I have not been watching Japanese drama these days, because there was too much politics and serious genre which is too much for my poor brain. I don’t want to think when I watch a drama, seriously, I’m sorry. Lol.
Well, here, I guess I got pulled in by this j-drama with lighthearted genre, rom-com like drama, Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu. It’s still airing for now though, in which I wrote this post. Well this drama is I seriously recommend for romance drama hunter, especially for j-drama rom-com maniac.
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This drama depicted about how one is being unemployed wanted to get job and the struggle to find love at the same time. Apparently the male lead is, being a self-proclaimed pro bachelor which is lasted for 35 years long, being difficult to understand. And much being, it’s a programmer! Yes I have a thing about programmer, lol. The female lead, which is played by the beautiful Aragaki Yui, is a blunt and cheerful person. The male lead is played by Gen Hoshino is a programmer and a serious person. Well, since in this drama Mikuri Moriyama (Aragaki Yui), is an unemployed and have no money or house in the city so she proposed to work as housewife in Hiramasa Tsuzaki (Gen Hoshino) ’s home since her parents is moving to Chiba, I guess a suburb area. Hiramasa is a programmer which doesn’t like his house in a mess and likely he liked it neat, in order and systematic and he doesn’t want to lose his latest housekeeper, Mikuri. And in the lieu of Mikuri they agreed to live together with normal marriage registration but not really married, since Mikuri is just a housekeeper in reality. But the reality and the agreement is blurred into gray zone until the fall for each other.
And here the romance is quite good in plot development, there’s the contract in the seemingly “marriage” which is like an invisible wall between them. Moreover, Hiramasa’s low self-esteem is making it hard for the blunt and cheerful Mikuri to advance forward, although they are feeling for each other, but it’s progressed little by little, yes, a slow romance. Aaaand, there’s of course a love rival! An ikemen one! Fighting Hiramasa! There’s another characters, which is hilarious, like Mikuri’s aunt that have not married yet until she finally realized that she is stepping into 50 soon. And another is Numata-san that likely to be sharp but always misunderstood things, and the Hino family, which is always got a fever when he is going to visit Hiramasa’s.
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I read somewhere, apparently this drama is adapted from manga with the same title, though, I didn’t find any English translated one, and I’m lacking in Japanese language. Well, I guess I will just wait and if you have not watch it yet, check them out now!