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jdramalove

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Japanese dramas
« on: June 21, 2014, 09:51:12 PM »
WHO WANTS JDRAMAS ON ABS-CBN?


We know that Abs-cbn is known as The Home of Asianovelas. But why are they only airing mostly Korean dramas?
I think they should also try Jdramas. Since most of them are only 9-12 episodes, airing it on weekends should be fine.

HERE ARE SOME OF MY RECOMMENDED SERIES.


Strawberry Night
Based on the best selling mystery novel by Honda Tetsuya which sold over 1.5 million copies. Himekawa Reiko is a police officer working for squad 1 of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department. As the only female squad leader in charge of inspecting a crime scene, Reiko uncovers the mystery behind a merciless murder, a man who was found dead covered in a plastic sheet in the bushes near a pond. Reiko realizes that the crime is not an independent incident, but one that had just begun. The code "Strawberry Night" eventually surfaces from the investigations, a word that eventually leads to another police officer, an elite detective.

The drama is not only full of suspense, but breathtakingly tells a story of each character's concerns and sorrow, the troubles and tasks they must face. It takes a closer look at Reiko's mental state, the relationship between her and those surrounding her, a detective's faith, pride and sincerity towards one's profession...All in all, it's a profound human / profession drama that will touch the hearts of many.
Recognitions:
15th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Jan-Mar 2012): Best Actress - Takeuchi Yuko
72nd Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Director - Sato Yuichi, Ishikawa Junichi


Amachan
Amachan (あまちゃん) is a Japanese television drama series. It debuted on April 1, 2013, and was broadcast until September 28, 2013 (total of 156 episodes). It was scripted by Kankuro Kudo and starred Rena Nōnen as Aki Amano, a high-school girl from Tokyo who moves to the Sanriku Coast in the Tohoku region to become a female diver. She becomes a local idol, then returns to Tokyo to try to become a real idol, and finally returns to Tohoku to help revitalize the area after the Great East Japan Earthquake. It is the 88th NHK Asadora. Amachan was not only a ratings success, but brought economic benefits to Tohoku region and was considered a social phenomenon. It also won the Galaxy Award for best television program of 2013.
Recognitions:
17th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Annual): Best Actress - Nounen Rena
78th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Drama
78th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Actress - Nounen Rena
78th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress - Koizumi Kyoko
78th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Screenwriter - Kudo Kankuro
78th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Theme Song
78th Television Drama Academy Awards: Special Award - Otomo Yoshihide (大友良英)
17th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Jul-Sept 2013): Best Actress - Nounen Rena
17th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Jul-Sept 2013): Best Supporting Actress - Koizumi Kyoko
17th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Apr-Jun 2013): Best Actress - Nounen Rena


Smile
Hayakawa Vito has a Filipino father and a Japanese mother, but he was born and raised in Japan and has never visited the Philippines. The ever-smiling Vito works at Machimura Foods during the day, and at night, he works a part-time job trying to make his dreams come true. One day during an incident at a book store, he meets a girl named Mishima Hana, who lost her ability to speak due to an accident. But even though she can't speak, Vito is drawn to her beautiful smile. However, Vito becomes wrongly suspected by the police for a crime, and after meeting the lawyer Kazuma, the issue begins to grow... Together, Vito, Hana, and Kazuma will go through challenging times and have to overcome many obstacles.



Seigi no Mikata
Seigi No Mikata is a Japanese television show based on the manga of the same name. It is about sisters living in Tokyo,Yoko and Makiko. Makiko is the smart,intelligent,successful government worker,admired by all,and Yoko is the modest average little sister,struggling with her grades...but in reality Makiko is a devil,manipulating all around her to get her own way. Poor Yoko is her slave,doing her bidding whenever she is beckoned,be it to gather her food or clean her room.Makiko's evil deeds go unoticed by all save Yoko,but to everyone else they always have amazingly positive outcomes which have earned her the name,Seigi no Mikata,the Ally of Justice.

One day Makiko discovers her 'Man of Fate' Naoki,her destined husband,or as Yoko puts it,her next victim.So Yoko is put into overtime investigating and following Naoki to discover what he likes,what he eats,and where he goes so Makiko can adapt her personality to trap him into her clutches!





Buzzer Beat
Kamiya Naoki is a young player from a professional basketball team. But due to his relatively smaller size and his tendency to crack under pressure, he is unable to show his true skills on the court. Meanwhile, Shirakawa Riko is a cheerful, strong-spirited music college graduate aiming to become a professional violinist. One day, Riko finds Naoki's lost cell phone on a bus, and their meeting begins a friendship that eventually turns into love. However, Naoki was already considering marriage with his current girlfriend. And it doesn't help matters that Naoki's coach has fallen in love at first sight with Riko!



Lucky Seven
7 detectives, each with their own unique style in problem solving, work at the same detective agency. Each detective is in charge of their own case file until one day, the cases somehow seem to tangle up together into one big mystery. Inevitably, the detectives are left with no choice but to team up together in tackling the intriguing, but complex mystery. Despite differing opinions and amidst complications, the detectives work together to unravel the truth behind the suspect's agenda.
Tokita Shuntaro is a freshman detective who has the tendency of sticking his head in things too far out of sympathy or excessive emotions towards his clients or research objects. This trait leads him to take unnecessary steps, ones that often times lead him to trouble.
Contrary to Shuntaro, Nitta Teru is a well composed detective. He eyes Shuntaro with a cold stare and often times conflicts with his opinions. Watching over Shuntaro and Teru like a big brother is Asahi Junpei, a senior detective who goes in between the two and tries to settle their disputes but instead ends up complicating the situation.
Filled with "action", "comedy", and "positive thinking", the action packed entertainment show is sure to appeal to the entire family from children to adults. The team of 7 detectives with differing opinions, bold character, laughs, thrilling moments and high scale action will keep you on your toes at all times. Not a moment shall be missed! -- Fuji TV


Shitsuren Chocolatier (Heartbroken Chocolatier)
Sōta Koyurugi is the son of a baker who owns a cake shop. While a high school student, he fell in love with Saeko Takahashi, the most popular and beautiful girl and one year his senior. Saeko only dates handsome men with power, position and popularity in their school, so, being a rather quiet and pale in comparison boy, he chases her severtly from afar like a butterfly. He confesses to her one Christmas after she broke up with her boyfriend and they begin their relationship. Saeko has burning passion for chocolate, giving to Sota a box of famous French chocolate. Thus he decides to learn how to make smooth and delicious chocolate for especially her. However, the day before Valentine's Day, she refuses his box of home-made chocolate, saying that she has reconciled with her boyfriend and that they are now together once more. Heavy-hearted, Sota asks that Saeko get rid of his chocolate for him, since it is hurtful to throw away something you made for someone special, to which she agrees to his request and bids him farewell on a snowy evening. After the lost, Sota travels to France to be employed by a renowned brand of chocolate and continue chasing his "fairy". Five years later he returns to Japan, now having made a name for himself as a "Chocolate Prince", he takes over his family business and transforms it into an elegant chocolate shop. Saeko visits him again and he is determined to pursue her for many years even to come, irrespective of her cool and superficial marriage to a powerful man and many opinions from his peers and coworkers about his obsession and whether Saeko is, indeed, just playing around with Sota.
Recognitions:
72nd Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Actor - Matsumoto Jun
72nd Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Eita
72nd Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Theme song
15th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Jan-Mar 2012): Best Supporting Actor - Oizumi Yo

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2014, 09:56:34 PM »
Maou please!!!

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2014, 02:47:57 PM »
Yes, Maou is also a great drama! ^^


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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #3 on: June 22, 2014, 04:34:41 PM »
Yes, Maou is also a great drama! ^^
maikli lang yun. Weekends dapat tong Maou.

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #4 on: June 22, 2014, 06:32:12 PM »
abs should invest on Jdorama.

try niyo yung Galileo since mahilig abs sa dark mystery crime series...

buzzer beater looks promising.

isa pa unahan ang kabila sa MK2.... #sweetrevenge

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2014, 06:44:48 PM »
abs should invest on Jdorama.

try niyo yung Galileo since mahilig abs sa dark mystery crime series...

buzzer beater looks promising.

isa pa unahan ang kabila sa MK2.... #sweetrevenge

Pati na rin ang Zettai Kareshi dorama

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2014, 12:37:41 AM »
abs should invest on Jdorama.

try niyo yung Galileo since mahilig abs sa dark mystery crime series...

buzzer beater looks promising.

isa pa unahan ang kabila sa MK2.... #sweetrevenge

Pati na rin ang Zettai Kareshi dorama

agree

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #7 on: July 09, 2014, 06:19:01 PM »
OMFG ME!!!

ME!

ME!


HAHA. Sorry. Sobrang love ko lang talaga ang j-doramas. Sana they'll invest on this one. And yung matagal kong nirerequest na Itakiss, GMA ang nagbigay so dun ko pinanuod yun. Sad.  :(

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #8 on: July 09, 2014, 06:20:42 PM »
abs should invest on Jdorama.

try niyo yung Galileo since mahilig abs sa dark mystery crime series...

buzzer beater looks promising.

isa pa unahan ang kabila sa MK2.... #sweetrevenge

i doubt na kukunin nila ang MK2. Haha.

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #9 on: July 09, 2014, 06:29:44 PM »
Jdorama recommendation: (without knowledge sa kung ano na ang naipalabas before sa Philippines)

Buzzer Beat
Love Shuffle
Nodame Cantabile (soo funny)
Maou (suspense drama)
Rich Man Poor Woman
Hotaru no Hikari
Hanzawa Naoki (highest rated drama of 2013)
Zettai Kareshi
Asuko March
Atashinchi no Danchi
Q10

and many more.. pwede namang mangarap diba LOL

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #10 on: July 09, 2014, 06:32:40 PM »
please push those on ABS-CBN especially Maou!

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #11 on: July 10, 2014, 03:39:45 AM »
please push those on ABS-CBN especially Maou!

bsta galileo ako

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #12 on: July 10, 2014, 03:39:54 AM »
please push those on ABS-CBN especially Maou!

bsta galileo ako

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Re: Japanese dramas
« Reply #13 on: September 30, 2014, 06:22:41 PM »
Bitter Blood

Starring: Takeru Satoh (Kenshin Himura)

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teC-UFl3e8Y


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« Reply #14 on: September 30, 2014, 06:57:07 PM »
Hotaru no Hikari / Glow of The Fireflies

Trailer link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pbo5DAGqgqQ