Hakuro's father died when he was a child, allowing his mother to re-marry into the wealthy Yagami family. Although Hakuro was also welcomed, he struggled to feel a part of this family. His younger half-brother, who possesses the same blood as him, has fared much better. After the death of his mother, Hakuro dropped the Yagami surname and parted ways with the family. Hakuro, now a veterinarian, has a strong sense of justice, is sincere, and has a weakness for beautiful women. One day, he is approached by such a woman, claiming she is the wife of his half-brother. She worriedly informs him that his half-brother has gone missing, leading the pair to team up and find his whereabouts. In the process, Hakuro finds himself reluctantly embroiled in the Yagami family's battle over one sizeable inheritance. Could his half-brother's mysterious disappearance be connected? (Source: AsianWiki) ~~ Adapted from the novel by Higashino Keigo. Edit Translation
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Not masterpiece but quite decenti finally finished Kiken Na Venus. Originally intended to finish this once it finishes airing but the subbing team Incharge took break in the middle so i was left with no option but to wait.
A drama based on Keigo Highashino's novel, starring Satoshi Tsumabuki and Shota Sometani is always a safe bet for me but surprisingly overshadowing both of them, Yuriko Yoshitaka was the one who owned the drama. Her character was full of expressions and charm. Such characters are risky as they likely become annoying but Yuriko somehow pulled it off pretty well.
There was mystery in the drama but it was more about twisted mind of rich people and what greed can do to people.
Buscaba cobre y encontré oro con este drama.Me la pensé mucho al ver este drama, porque honestamente había visto adelantos del primer cap. y leí que el protagonista es un veterinario con debilidad con las mujeres... no me llamaba tanto la atención pero decidí verla por buenas críticas.
Mi problema con kiken na venus, principalmente es que son tantos personajes que confunden bastante, porque tienes que dominar el hecho de que "x" es hermano/hijo de "y", creo que hasta el capítulo 5 entendí al 100% el parentesco del prota y su madre con el resto, pero ya que lo dominas/ o fuera de eso... gosh, después del capítulo 3 no pude parar de ver, se volvió una adicción saber más y más.
La historia está muy bien escrita, en cada capítulo hay un buen plot twist, creo que es de esos dramas digno de representar al género de misterio/suspenso, cosa en la que son buenos los Japoneses.