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I just wrote a card about Hana Kimi and that threw me waaaay back to when I used to be super into Japanese dramas.

I have a forever-crush on Koji Seto and wanted to share his greatness with you all:

Born May 18, 1988, Seto Koji has been in some of my favorite Japanese dramas like Koizora and Atashinchi no Danchi!
Koizora is basically the Japanese version of a Walk To Remember so its incredibly sad and Koji NAILED the part. Please watch it if you haven't.
He's also in multiple bands. He was in Tetra Fang which was J-Rock, and is now part of D-Date which is much more J-pop sounding. (@NatMarie @Kelseyblair @Atomshair look at him at 30 seconds...why do I see Hakyeon?)
Even though I don't keep up with his career anymore, Seto Koji will always have a huge place in my heart.

Anyone else love Japanese dramas?!

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@merryjayne13 did you watch the version with miura haruma too?! SO GOOD
OH yes! I loved them both.
his birthday is three days after mine!
can you recommend some Japanese Dramas please?
49 Ao Haru Ride Atashinchi no Danshi Bad Boys J Death Note 2006 and 2015 (I liked both versions) Flowers for Algernon From five to Nine Gakkou no Kaidan Gokusen (all 3 plus the movie are good) Good morning call or LDK two different shows, but same story GTO Hana Kimi Hana Yori Dango Hidarime Tantei Ikemen Desu Ne Itazura na Kiss-Love in Tokyo (Playful Kiss for Korean version, Kiss Kiss, Thai verison, It started with a Kiss Chinese version) Kaitou Tantei Yamaneko Kanojo wa Uso Wo Aishisugiteru Kimi ni Todoke Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo Gokumon Juku Koizora Kudo Shinichi e no Chousenjou Kurosaki-kun no Iinari ni Nante Naranai Last Cinderlla Liar’s game Lovely Complex Mei-chan no Shitsuji Okay I kinda went overboard, but these I've all seen and their pretty good, drama, comedy, horror, mystery. @MaelstromVIP