Top 85 J-Dramas Of All Time: #51-60 — 4 Comments

    • Even if you can’t understand a lot of what is being said, they can still be quite enjoyable. I’ve been going through a lot of the ones he rated 1 or 2 stars and while there has been a lot of stuff being said that I don’t know, I get enjoyment out of the stuff I do understand. And the video itself (not to mention music) provides a lot of context so you will still know most of what’s going on just from the bits that you are able to pick out. I’ve also found it fun to just listen to them after I’ve watched them and notice things that are being said that I didn’t realize before.
      While it isn’t the same as being able to watch it with full understanding, there is certainly still enjoyment to be had in watching the series while learning the language.

    • I have to agree with どうして on this. Never develop the mindset that you have to wait until your Japanese is good before you can start watching dramas. Most of dramas ranked 1 to 2 stars usually can be enjoyed at the earlier levels.

  1. I highly recommend reading the manga version of Liar Game. It’s easier to understand, and the TV show actually cuts out stuff from games to make it less complicated and short.

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