|Dragon Zakura [ドラゴン桜]|
Rating: 10/10 (Watched)
For me, this was a very interesting drama to watch. Most of the dramas I've seen out there have been about nothing but problems that people have in the area of love. However, Dragonzakura brought a fresh new approach to both high-school and civil-service types of dramas.
Rather than dealing with the conflict of people in love, this drama dealt with conflicts of people's dreams, determination, and the obstacles that come from both inside themselves and outside. While at times it may have seemed 'boring' and 'fruitless', the drama overall has a great sense of wholeness if viewed once more.
Not to mention the methods of studying can truly be applied to real life. If the storyline doesn't attract you, you should at least watch for the lessons they teach that can be used for both inside the classroom and outside in real life nowadays.
"Too often we are forced to grow up when disasterous events occur around us. We are forced to grow, forced to change, forced to adapt to a new persona of which we are not ready for. It is at that time we lose sight of our hopes and dreams and continue down the lonely path that is set before us. But once you find the goal that you want in life, hold onto it, and don't let go - it may be your last chance in life to turn yourself into a whole new path of opportunities..."
|Nobuta wo Produce [野ブタ。をプロデュース]|