Akiko Higashimura's Gisō Furin Manga About Forbidden Love Gets Live-Action Show

NTV announced on Thursday that it is producing a live-action television series adaptation of Akiko Higashimura’s Gisō Furin (Disguised Adultery) manga that will premiere in July.


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  1. I’ve always thought that these forbidden love stories aren’t real, but when I experienced it myself that’s when things go upside down. Also, I find forbidden love stories of anime more realistic than those I watched in movies.

  2. Never thought that it would get to be adapted to live-action www Although it’s not the usual cup of tea I would read, it’s one of manga that my bro read

  3. The story is kinda interesting. I think the plot has the same kind of story with other Korean drama I’d watched. But being it from Manga made it more interesting. Those who had read this will surely watch out for this.

  4. the genre ‘forbidden love’ will always catch anyone’s attention lololol. the plot do looks like the story you would find in korean drama, but hopefully there is more to it.

  5. The title would actually make you think that this is sort of adultery related show but if you read the manga it was a series of hilarious mistakes leading to it having that title. I’m so excited to see the live action show.

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