Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta - () - MyDramaList
Profile. Drama: You Taught Me All the Precious Things (English Title); Romaji: Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta; Japanese: 大切なことは. I recently watched a Jdrama called "Taesetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi . Natsumi did a lot for him, she initiated the break-up when she knew. Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta The drama was mainly about the relationship between Shuji and Natsumi. The two are.
Obviously I really liked it but the ending kinda broke my heart. This would've been my absolute favourite Jdrama if it weren't for the ending. Actually it wasn't the ending, it was who ended up together. Other then that I really loved this drama.
I totally recommend this drama to someone who wants to watch something new and interesting. The interesting and twisted plot is what pulls you in but the constant surprises and characters are what keep you interested.
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I have rewatched this drama like a thousand times. When I rewatch though I only watch the episodes I feel like watching. Haruma and Takei have so much more chemistry than Haruma and Erika.
Taisetsu na Kotowa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta- Movie Review – Noises From the Closet
I was rooting for them so hard even though I knew who would end up together in the beginning. After all, Toda Erika and Miura Haruma were the leads.
But seriously up until the last episode I still felt butterflies and spazzed so hard whenever they had scenes together. They had alot of scenes together. I feel like the writer was tricking people into believing that Hikaru and Shuji were going to end up together. It felt like that up until the very end, like literally 2 minutes at the end they still had a scene together.
I won't spoil the scenes but it broke my heart. It might require some patience towards the middle of the story, but it is all worth it in the end. The plot loses its colour in this part, but I still wanted to know what would happen.
I was very invested in the characters. Though its ending is predictable, it is difficult to guess anything in between. The writer will manage to provide you with a good twist every other episode. It has some pretty solid characters. It reminded me of how humans really are like. All characters act in a way that would turn you off, but at the end of the day they are presented as very ordinary human beings.
And that is how we all are- flawed. And we all make mistakes. This is exactly what the characters do- they screw up, but they also learn from their mistakes and move on.
The character depth of Hikari was tremendous. She is initially presented as a thoughtless, immature bad girl to us. But in fact, she is lonely and has serious abandonment issues. I really loved how she grew up by the end.
Also, the struggle of Natsumi touched me. She shows how important it is to keep fighting and never give up hope.
However, Natsumi realized she was pregnant, and decided to keep the baby. When Shuji returned from his suspension 6 monthshe still decided to put Hikari first and did not go back to Natsumi even after finding out about the pregnancy she did say she would raise the baby on her own - she did not want him back just because of the baby.
She then meets another guy that was willing to be with her because he is infertile.
But in the end, Shuji tells Hikari that he does not see her as a woman, and that he does not love her. He then meets with Natsumi and they both confess their love for each other.
The baby girl is born and the two live together happily. It was a good drama to watch, but the dramaticness was a bit much for me. In particularly because I am not used to seeing the actress playing Hikari in such a villanous well beginning role since I watched Asuko March!