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by wbadger
Mar 21st, '06, 09:26
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Replies: 519
Views: 338883

Has anyone seen Spring Snow? It's from the same director of Sekai no Chuushin de Ai wo Sakebu, based on a Mishima novel, and stars Tsumabuki Satoshi and Takeuchi Yuko. I was debating whether or not to spend $8 to go see it at the HIFF.
by wbadger
Dec 24th, '05, 08:23
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: So.. What was the first drama you watched??
Replies: 1697
Views: 284334

First drama that I actually remember was Hoshi no Kinka, the first one.
by wbadger
Dec 18th, '05, 10:57
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: D-Addicts's Ranking for 2005 JDramas (finished, results in)
Replies: 244
Views: 33889

Nobuta wo Produce - 25
Ichi Rittoru no Namida - 25
Anego - 15
Engine - 10
by wbadger
Dec 10th, '05, 15:51
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What's your MAJOR??
Replies: 372
Views: 73269

Economics and Asian Studies double major. I graduate next Spring, three years for me. I think I'd kill myself if I had to stay any longer ^^;;

I recommend doing an internship. You could see what the job is actually like and it would help a lot in getting a job later on.
by wbadger
Nov 21st, '05, 12:21
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Things I noticed from Jdramas.
Replies: 253
Views: 86684

Also, it's common courtesy to say itterashai for i'm leaving, ittekimasu for the person to acknowledge that you're leaving. Small correction ^^, itterasshai is said to someone who is leaving and ittekimasu is said by the person leaving. I usually think of Ittekimasu as literally itte (go) and kimas...