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Well this spoils the series if you have not seen it
Friends was beautiful. I saw the series a couple months ago when i went to Korea for vacation. I saw the first part a couple days before my flight home. I was sad i would miss the rest because the first part just pulled me into it. Fukada Kyoko's captavating beauty alone made me wish to see the rest. The humor was also great. Not to give away some of it for those who have not seen it but i found the scene where Jihun is filming her for his movie was just great. But I did get to see the rest in a three day span. This was one of the few television series I have seen that has brought a tear to my eye. It was great how Tomoko didn't let a language barrier get in her way and she learned Korean. The lengths they went to see each other its seems a bit too perfect but I didnt mind. Even the little twists where their friends are in love with them made it more intriuging. The ending was just spectacular. That was the 5th scene in the movie to overwhelm me with emotions.
P.S. I'm not an adult I'm actually 14 years old.
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