Kageyama Nobuhiro is a singer-songwriter who has a big trauma from past romance; Iizuka Masaki is a theatre actor who falls in love too easily; while Malik Johnson Jr. is a pure aspiring manga artist. These three clumsy and unpopular boys live in a share house which has been renovated from a church and will struggle as they explore various types of love as assistants to a romance influencer. (Source: Dramawiki) Edit Translation
- magyar / magyar nyelv
- עברית / עִבְרִית
Cast & Credits
decent time killer but nothing moreThis was an alright show, nothing special about it besides the one glaringly obvious rarity (a black guy who speaks good Japanese as a main character lol).
Being 10 episodes at 45min each it was on the more average side of length, though typical with these kind of dream, the perceived length varied between episodes; some felt like 20min while others 70+ though thankfully it wasn't an increasing trend and only happened with like 3 random episodes in the show.
The story itself is obviously episodic and usually easily predictable, just thankfully there isnt any unnecessary drama thrown in. the background blot with that lead's girlfriend doesn't really show itself until the end, it was alright but again nothing to write home about.
From a technical standpoint everything was good, lighting did look washed out at times leading me to think they forgot to actually EDIT the raw footage in post 💀 but it's probably just a (bad) style. Acting is decent, what I'd expect from a drama of this caliber especially from the black guy (the japanese usually suck ass at writing foreigners ive noticed lol) also the dialouge at times was odd sounding, like the japanese was normal (im like around n3 but from what i can tell for sure is that they dont speak casual enough) but holy shit the English, you guys LITERALLY HAD A NATIVE ON SET have him proof the script, that scene in ep9 was WAAYY too hard to watch. Everything else was, you guessed it, average.
Anyways it's an alright timekiller, I watched it with Japanese subs so idk if English ones exist.