After the murder of his parents when he was a little kid, Mexican Miguel Garza was sent away to Japan, where he trained in martial arts while also becoming a top notch financial consultant. 20 years later, the handsome and educated young man lives with simplicity and sobriety in Tokyo, unknowingly being prepared by his grandfather's confidante - a member of Japan's largest organized crime syndicate - to represent his family back home, as the heir of the family's cartel.Written by
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Good show but not for all audience
The casting suits perfect on each character, well done.
The production is pretty good, lot of scenarios, cities and countries to discover.
Only 2 seasons. (I don't like those kind of series with 225 episodes)
Around 45 mins each episode.
You will find action, drama, romance, treason and touches of light humour.
There are some learnings and wise talking where you can learn a lot.
No explicit sex scenes (I'm tired of 'modern' series that unnecessarily show more than they should)
I expected much more of the martial art fighting scenes, they look pretty bland, light, and unrealistic, not much effort in achieving a very good fight.
-Season 1 was good, season 2 is pretty long (44 episodes), it started good, but then all the episodes were very similar to each other, a kind of much more of the same, and became quite boring and wanted the show goes by quickly to switch to anything else, I would clearly cut around 10 episodes around the middle, but then more at the end the show becomes more interesting. I would have kept only 33 episodes as per Season 1.
I didn't like the ending, the writer could have managed the ending a better.
In sum, it is a good show, but it is not for all audience but a more reduced and selective ones, you won't find here a Pablo Escobar, but a kind of high class 007 very smart mafia boss.
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