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, then you must be familiar with Yoshitaka Yuriko, the supporting actress of the film.
Yoshitaka Yuriko, humbly known as Yuririn by her fans, is one of Japan’s top actresses.
Maybe part of the reason is he got his success so fast that he thinks everything is simple. They were pressed and crushed but the extract was beautiful. Only in pain we will realize that there are beautiful and wonderful things happen. There were forgivable and irrational scenes but my overall watching experience is sufficient to love this show.
He doesn’t treat his employees and even the board of directors with respect. Only in pain we will find out who will stay and remain. Now, the post-withdrawal syndrome will heavily starts now.
After going to airport procedures, they were seen getting into a van driven by another man.
Yoshitaka got out of the van after and was seen taking a taxi towards Okura’s apartment.
She doesn’t want to stay like that and has a desire to grow as a person. Asahina Kosuke I don’t want this post to be lengthy but I just want to talk about this character. They’ve been eaten up by insecurity, jealousy, self-pity to the point wherein they’ll do worst just so they can prove themselves. (I always think of Anakin Skywalker as an example to this kind of character). His dynamic with Hyuga led them to make Next Innovation a top company.
Hyuga taught her to dream big, to make a difference and to be a world-changer. I love their dynamics and their sizzling chemistry. It’s because of the TWO of them why they managed to be successful. So I just feel so sad especially in the latter episodes because it’s not just Hyuga who fail; he, himself, crumbles. It was a good thing to see him back on track at the end. At the end, I’m happy he got himself back and continue life.
Award-winning television star who first became widely known for her role in the 2003 film My Grandpa.In the drama series, Kamata Rinko is friends with two more women named Kaori (香) and Koyuki (小雪), who are young but don’t have love lives and have unsuccessful careers.They often hang out to talk about “what-if” scenarios in which they fantasize about how could their lives could be. And so “Rich Man, Poor Woman” came into the picture. There was this saying that “behind a successful man is a woman who believes and supports him in each phase of his life.” That’s what Natsui did with Hyuga. And in return, Hyuga slowly learn to see life in a different perspective. I’ve thought of re-watching Hana Yori Dango but my mind is craving for something new and fresh (I still love HYD, no doubt about it). I love how they supported each other, even in the lowest points of their lives.