An incident 100 years ago led to a professor’s creation of a monster with a human-like form but definitely not a human-like appearance. And yet, this immortal monster has more compassion than humans. He quietly hides deep in the forest and dreams of the day he can live as a human being even though he knows this is impossible. Then something results in his encounter with a young woman Tsugaru-san and he falls in love with her. He starts to learn about love, friendship and the world. However, there is a secret. A monster cannot come into contact with a human being
Cast & Credits
"Frankenstein no Koi" has an interesting story with a better narrative, I liked it, the cinematography was beautiful giving an old and modern touch, the soft soundtrack that moved the cast in a very good performance. Perhaps what he sinned in the drama was the very basic story, although he did like it, it is not a fun novel worthy of Korean dramas, it is behaved within the average and Japanese standards, yet highly enjoyable!