Rich Man, Poor (Middle Class) Woman

Another Cinderella' story with magical job hunting shoes

Another Cinderella’s story with magical job hunting shoes

When you read the title ‘Rich Man, Poor Woman’, the image that immediately conjures up is the typical Cinderella or Chaebol meets Candy story, but this drama couldn’t be very different from that image. Sure, the male lead is rich but in no way is the girl¬†woman poor – her parents own an inn (although from the limited scenes shown, business doesn’t seemed to be thriving), she’s living and studying in Tokyo fine, so at best she’s just middle class. It’s not even straight up romance drama… so the explanation for the wrong choice of title is probably they’re too lazy to think/care. Continue reading

For ‘N no Tame Ni’

Hours spent on writing this post

Hours spent on writing this post

My routine after watching a drama I love usually includes a google search of reviews and recaps, tumblr-ing for gifs of favourite moments and abusing the replay button of good fanvids on youtube. However, much to my disappointment, the search result for N no Tame Ni came out sparse. I find this odd, especially considering the fact that this drama won numerous awards for the 83rd Televisions Drama Academy Award. Even without the recognition, the storyline and the mystery the drama presented should have generated a lot of discussions. That’s why I decided to crawl out of my lazy place and write this post. For ‘N no Tame Ni’.
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