Aishite tatte, Himitsu wa Aru

Details

  • Drama: Aishite tatte, Himitsu wa Aru
  • Country: Japan
  • Episodes: 10
  • Aired: Jul 16, 2017 - Sep 17, 2017
  • Aired On: Sunday
  • Network: NTV
  • Duration: 45 min.
  • Genres: Suspense, Mystery, Law, Romance, Drama
  • Tags: Domestic Violence
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

Statistics

  • Score: 8.1 (scored by 298 users)
  • Ranked: #930
  • Popularity: #1994
  • Watchers: 1,541

Weekly MyDramaList Support Goal

0%
Help Support MyDramaList

Top Contributors

11 edits
7 edits
5 edits

Recently Watched By

They both have a very suspenseful and mysterious storyline, and the same kind of eerie atmosphere.
Recommended by Iwyn
The atmosphere these two dramas give off is too alike. Mystery. It keeps you guessing. Addictive, wanna watch next episode ASAP, and painfully bearable at times. They both have the same actor Kento Kaku. If there's a Japanese word for Makjang (Korean), let me know what it is called. I don't think this genre of dramas is an equivalence to the Makjang genre in Korean dramas. This is in some ways alike Makjang but is added another ingredient on top. This is a type of J-dramas that I haven't known its term yet. It is more realistic than makjang and is added a Japanese society into it. It has a Japanese flavour, duh!
I find Makjang cheap, but the J-drama ones are made better.
Recommended by yuyamatsushitafan
in both dramas the main charas are some kind of villain and the love story is pretty dark and both are masterpieces, Aishite tatte is full of twists I'd never expected and it comes with handsome male lead, Byakuyako is a lot darker overall and a lot more twisted, both are worth watching
Recommended by sotashi
Both dramas have a character who undergoes a big trauma. Both have a dark, yet exciting story! (I highly recommend you watch them!) The protagonists end up in a similar state.
????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Recommended by MichelleNaruto
In both dramas the leads try to hide a crime and it is revealed bit by bit. And it revolves around family too.
Recommended by sotashi