*This is not a review*
“Yamashita plays the head of a funeral service shop that deals with bodies brought in by the police, including suicide and murder victims. He reluctantly inherited the shop after his father passed away, but as he learns about the lives of the various deceased people that are brought to him, he begins to mature. Another highlight of the story is his romance with a rookie female detective.” -Drama wiki
So Basically I started this drama cause www.dramacrazy.net gave me it as a recommendation and at first I didn’t know that yamapi was in it. BUT HE IS , SO THATS NICE
So far this drama has aired 9 episodes so I can’t say too much about it
There is only 10 episodes though , so i guess we’ll be seeing the ending soon
First thoughts on the drama
The idea is fairly original I would say. Funeral service shop, i’d think original.
I wouldn’t say i was “hooked” from the start but i wasn’t put off by it and was interested enough to keep going. It does stay at the same pace and doesn’t really pick up yet ( its still airing ) but it definitely doesn’t slow down so if you like it at first, you’ll continue to like it 🙂
I think this drama is more suited for a chillax time, its not really meant to keep you on the edge of your seat with suspense. The plot isn’t very well thoughtout but its fun to watch 🙂 I can get through without feeling bored.
Ihara Masato Yamashita Tomohisa
Yamashita plays the role of the second eldest in a family of 5 but acts like the eldest.
I like his character in this. Theres the sense of maturity and seriousness combined with a bit of the playfulness of his character in nobuta ( BUT NOT TO THAT EXTENT CAUSE THAT WOULD BE WEIRD )
It feels kinda like his kurosagi character
( If you haven’t watched those dramas, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !! )
I don’t wanna say more cause i might ruin some stuff, even though they do tell you pretty all the stuff at Ep.1 Continue reading