Good morning call korean drama
Good Morning Call (Volume 1 - 11) by Yue TakasukaNao Yoshikawa stays behind to live by herself when her parents leave to inherit her grandpas farm in the country. On the day she moves into her new apartment she soon discovers that it was rented also to Hisashi Uehara--a cute, super-cool, popular guy from her school. Not only did their housing agency unexpectedly close down, the landlord of the apartment tells them that they had to pay more for their aparment then they had expected. With no money and no home to return to, Nao and Hisashi decide to live together as flatmates.
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Good Morning Call: Season 1 & 2 (Review)
Part of the story has been adapted into an OVA. As of September , eight volumes have been released. Teenager Nao Yoshikawa has moved into her own 2DK apartment in the city as her parents have returned to the country to manage the family farm. However, she soon discovers that Hisashi Uehara, a good-looking classmate, is also moving in. Realizing that they have been scammed into renting the same apartment, they agree to become roommates in order to make the rental payment. The story follows their adventures as they try to keep their cohabitation a secret from their classmates, with Nao developing romantic feelings for Hisashi as she gets to know him better.
When they discover they were scammed but have no way to resolve the matter, the two are left with no choice but to secretly live together. Good Morning Call marks the second Japanese drama I have completed. I watched it on a whim after getting excited to see a jdrama on Netflix. The premise sounded cute enough, so I dove in. Yoshikawa Nao is animated and quirky. Like you might expect from a manga adaptation, Nao is very exaggerated in her mannerisms and responses to those around her.