Been a while I don’t write for this blog. Well, I find myself too busy to manage 3 blogs at the same time. Hahahaha… yes, greedy, that’s I am. Not to mention, hoarding books, movies, mangas, and others. What am I supposed to do first is a real struggle. LOL.
Well, I’m not going to tell in details about the movies or Jdorama I have watched. As I said to myself, I made this blog, only to file what I have watched, which ones are recommended, which ones are so-so, which ones are quite out of the box. Hmmm… some are quite silly, though that I stopped watching after 3-5 episodes :D
Here they are the movies and Jdorama for the past two months
We Married As a Job
The dorama is about family life of Mikuri Moriyama (Yui Aragaki) who married Hiramasa Tsuzaki (Gen Hoshino) as a job. At first, Mikuri was a floater who did any job she found. With a psychology certificate from college didn’t guarantee her to get a proper job. Until one day, her father offered her a job to work in Hiramasa to clean his house. Surprisingly, Mikuri was not only good at cleaning the house, but also cooking. Hiramasa was a nerd who never went for dating. Meanwhile, Mikuri was good at understanding people’s feeling, including Hiramasa.
One day, Mikuri’s parents wanted to move out of town that made Mikuri worried about her job. To solve the problem, she offered a marriage with Hiramasa so that she could stay in his house, continue to be his staff.
I can predict the next of the story, they fell in love to each other, and lived happily ever after. But then, my guess was wrong. It’s not as simple as that. There many conflicts happened to them, including the contract of their marriage. Mikuri’s objections towards a real marriage sounds acceptable. For Hiramasa, marriage is a solution for their awkward relationship, and his sudden decreasing financial.
For me, the drama is sweet and quite addictive. The other conflicts are also interesting. For example, relationship between Ryota Kazami (Ryohei Otani) and Yuri Tsuchiya (Yuriko Ishida). They have very far different age to get a serious relationship. Some women in big cities, I’m sure, have this kind of thing. Whether to continue or not is a dilemma. Another interesting thing is the bond among Hiramasa and his friends in his office. Some characters there are really common to find; the want-to-know-all, the busy-talking-about-family, and others. The director of the dorama really tells about people in common. The acting of the actors is quite satisfying. Frankly speaking, I’ve never watched any of the actors in this dorama. Recommended for you who want to watch a light, fun, entertaining dorama.
Let's just watch the trailer. 😄😄