民王 Tamiou

Japanese dramas usually impress and Tamiou is no exception. This drama is hilarious and a pleasure to watch even though it is quite unrealistic. Both actors play each other’s characters extremely well, almost as if they really did switch bodies in real life! There’s something deep and emotional to Muto Sho’s (Suda Masaki) method of managing his father, the prime minister’s duties. The twist of the opposing party’s leader and Erika (played by Jiyoung) also switching bodies, was a cherry on the top to all the humor although I don’t think Jiyoung’s acting is really there yet. I highly recommend this drama to anyone.

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