Starring: Matsushima Nanako, Takizawa Hideaki (Tackey), Kuroki Hitomi and a bunch of others
Tackey as Kurosawa Hikaru, the student who got his teacher preggers. Way to go!
Ah stories of forbidden love. From "Romeo and Juliet" to "Boku wa Imouto ni Koi wo Suru", to "Majo no Jouken". Why is it that people like to watch other people being in deep trouble?
Why is it that people like to watch people cry and suffer? Well, if I have the answer to that, I wouldn't be addicted to watching Majo no Jouken now would I? This drama is so extremely, very, very watchable. People should watch this drama, and watch it, and watch it and watch it.
Okay, I think I got my point across.
People in dramas are so judgmental. People in reality are so judgmental. You are so judgmental. I am so judgmental.
It is human nature. Imagine this. If your teacher were to date a classmate of yours, what would your reaction be? Would you judge them along with the crowd, pointing at their out of the ordinary actions and then tell them how inappropriate it is?
Or would you give them the benefit of the doubt that it is indeed love that they have between them and feel that there is nothing embarrassing about it?
This was how it began. The love story between a teacher and a student.
Truth is, in reality, we would all disapprove of it. It is odd, it is weird, it is wrong. BUT, when people portray it oh so romantically in dramas, we would judge the people who are judging them and then side with the star crossed lovers.
Anyways, that was what happened with me when I watch the drama.
And no, I won't tell you how it ends.
They sacrificed everything for each other by the 6th episode.
Ah love, the excessively glorified human feeling. Dramas like these grow impulsive feelings in people.
The progression of the drama is too fast, too unexpected, too dramatic.
Another important thing about this drama and why it was so great is that the theme song is… yes, that song. The most famous Japanese song of our time – ‘First Love’ by Utada Hikaru. People who don’t speak Japanese know it by heart, people who don’t give a crap about Japanese pop know it. They all know it.
And oh what is that? Tackey is so great? Oh yes he is. xD
Anyways, people should not be inspired by dramas to do freaky stuff. One day, they'll look back and regret it.
But awww.... T_T The drama is T_T
I tell you, its all in the dramas. In dramas, pretty boys play characters that are either WAH or totally idiotic. Both of which are extremely lovable. Thus, fangirls are attracted. Unrealistic? Definitely. But if we want realistic stuff, just bring a stool and sit on the streets la… surely we’ll get some realistic dramatic happenings.
It is the dramas.
Now Tackey is WAH.
Cos Tackey is WAH.