Tagged: genre: manga

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Dr. Jin (Kdrama)

The Korean re-adaptation of a Japanese manga follows Dr. Jin Hyuk, a young and successful surgeon who ends up traveling back in time to the Joseon period, after he finds a weird fetus-shaped humor inside a mysterious patient.

Helter Skelter Trailer

A stunning dark comedy about a top star who undergoes multiple cosmetic surgeries to maintain her image as an icon of beauty, until the results take a toll on her and those around her.

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Tsumi to Batsu: A Falsified Romance

Miroku Tachi is a socially awkward young man who’s facing the harsh reality — people aren’t good by nature. When he meets the cold Hikaru Baba, a high school girl who’s a prostitution ring leader that enjoys making weak people suffer, Miroku takes on the task of eliminating the vermin of the world.

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Taiyo Matsumoto – Black & White

There are some manga that manage to push the understanding of human nature to the very edges of its periphery. Taiyō Matsumoto’s Black & White cracks open your psyche and forces you to put your morals into hard focus.

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Thermae Romae Trailer

Based on a manga by Mari Yamazaki, Thermae Romae stars Hiroshi Abe as an ancient Roman bath house design engineer named Lucious.

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Jin 2 (2011 Jdrama)

Jin 2 is the second series of the 2009 Japanese drama, Jin, about the brain surgeon who time-slips back to the Edo during the years of very important historical changes.