Duality exists at the Han Eum Academy of Music in Korea between students of technical expertise but no imagination and students with true but often unbridled passion (labeled "leftovers" after elitist professors snag up all the other students who'll reflect well on their teaching reputations). Maestro Franz von Stresemann, invited to conduct for a year, shakes up the school by forming his own school orchestra, composed entirely from leftovers. Among the students, a free-spirited girl pianist of instinctive brilliance who attaches herself to a boy from the "other side," the dour, accomplished pianist son of a world-renown conductor who, himself, wants to conduct. These two seeming polar opposites form an unlikely but lasting and meaningful relationship while challenging school board members, arrogant teachers, and confounded peers.Written by
To Those People Who Didn't Watch "Nodame Cantabile" Anime
First of all, HOW DARE YOU to those who commented negative things here. It's so easy for you guys to be perfectionists, but have you even considered how hard must it be to keep a straight face and act very well as a pro even tho it's through a silly way since it's been adapted from an ANIME???!!! Heck it's even so obvious whenever the professional pianist is doing all the playing and then they'll show Nae Il's face. LOL
Kudos to the team and the cast, loved all of them and this mini-series should be more known. Hope more series should be like this, filled with positive vibes and not too focused on the couple/s (kisses, cheating, 3rd parties etc.). Too unrealistic I know, but we're in a time where GOOD vibes are highly appreciated than those scheming antagonists in most dramas.
Love love for classic and modern music! Nodame Cantabile is one of my fave animes and I really appreciate that the actors did an awesome job. Most adaptations suck but this one didn't :)
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