Hayako-sensei is one of the dramas this spring 2016 (alongside Watashi-wa) that talks about marriage for single women in their mid-years (35-40 y/o). A perfect josei drama for those who are searching for the one without being overly desperate and still proud of their single status.
Here is a quick recap of Hayako-sensei, Kekkon Surutte Hontou desu ka : Episode 1
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It’s the 3rd episode and this is dedicated to Tachibana, a lone woman lawyer in a sea of men. Aside from Tachibana, this episode is definitely for women and for mothers, a perfect episode with the recent Mother’s Day celebration that will surely make you weep.
Here is a summary of 99.9 Keiji Senmon Bengoshi : Episode 3
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“Just reviews” is for dramas that I just want to react to so there’ll be absolutely no recaps.
“Boku no Yabai Tsuma” is one of the few suspense dramas this season featuring a hot cheating husband, a dutiful wife, and a murder plot turn into a kidnapping fiasco.
Here is a summary of Boku no Yabai Tsuma : Episode 1
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From a lackluster first episode, they kicked-up the notch this time around, which proves that first impression doesn’t always last.
No courtroom battles this time around, but that’s okay as Miyama shows why he was headhunt by Madarame Law Firm while Sada is slowly losing his lucrative deals but he’s becoming more like a defense lawyer even though he can’t help but be pressured by his former rich and powerful clients.
Here is a summary of 99.9 Keiji Senmon Bengoshi : Episode 2 (I promise to make this a bit longer than the first one so there might be some spoilers)
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I miss Matsujun so “99.9″ sounds the perfect drama comeback for him. I didn’t enjoy “Shitsuren Chocolatier” so I’m hoping that my love for deka/legal dramas will have me enjoying this. I won’t be doing a recap since there’s so much things, people, and terminologies involve. My experience in recapping “Bitter Blood” made me wary of ever recapping any deka/legal dramas.
Despite that, here is summary of 99.9 Keiji Senmon Bengoshi : Episode 1
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There is a flurry of love stories this Spring 2016, or shall I say stories about love relationships, marriage, dating, and “Love Song” is one of them. This is Fukuyama Masaharu’s Getsu 9 comeback after his marriage last year that broke a million hearts. Okay, that was an exaggeration.
Anyway, “Love Song” gives us an odd pairing with more than 20 years age gap that Fukuyama can be considered a cradle snatcher. What kind of chemistry this senpai–kouhai (they are from the same agency-AMUSE) team will give us?
Well, here is a quick recap of Love Song : Episode 1
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