Do You Like Brahms? Episode 4 Recap

Our leads take friendship very seriously, as shown when they bail each other out of multiple uncomfortable conversations with various people. It is through this and their shared love of music that this budding friendship seems to be shifting to something more.

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The Fangirls’ Japanese Drama Review: Under the Miracle Cherry Tree

This is a story about Kota, a teenage boy who has died but then shows up again several years later, seemingly out of the blue. Actually, Kota died several years earlier on the way to confess to his love under the cherry blossoms. Now, the old cherry tree has been slated to be removed, so he’s come back to tie up the loose ends in his life and confess his love. It’s kind of like Hi Bye Mama but with a lot less crying.

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Throwback Thursday: Thai Lakorn Kiss Me Thrills us With Kisses and Chemistry (September 2015)

Out of all the adaptations of Playful Kiss, there is one that stands above the others. Mostly because the leading man isn’t an emotionless jerk and the leading lady isn’t the dimmest thing to walk the earth. Add on the fact that Aom and Mike D’Angelo have insane chemistry and it creates the best adaptation of this story that you are going to get.

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