Thursday, March 23, 2017

Buruzon Chiemi to appear in FujiTV Spring 2017 drama "Hito wa mitame ga 100 percent"

Comedian Buruzon Chiemi will be appearing in the new FujiTV Spring 2017 drama "Hito wa mitame ga 100 percent" starring Kiritani Mirei which will begin its run from 13 April in the Thursdays 10pm timeslot. The drama which is based on the same-titled manga by Okubo Hiromi, features a group of women working in the scientific field who are so caught up with their work that they forget how it is to pay attention to their attention thus earning them the nickname "Joshi Modoki (JSM)" (fake women). Kiritani plays the lead character Jonouchi Jun who is a researcher working in a paper manufacturing company and has been pouring all her energy into her work that she totally ignores what it means to dress up like a woman and care for her looks. As such, she has had little luck with men all along. However, when she realises that she is in danger of becoming a JSM, she gets together with her fellow female researchers to make an effort in changing their appearances and make themselves more beautiful. Mizukawa Asami will play her colleague Maeda Mitsuko who is married with kids thus she is too busy with work, household chores and childcare to bother about her looks.When she was much younger, she used to be a go-gyaru by wearing mini-skirts, loose socks and heavy make-up but her fashion and beauty sense is somewhat different from the trends.

Buruzon will be playing Sato Seira who works as a researcher in the same company as Jonouchi and Maeda. Seira has absolute faith in her appearance and believes that if she makes the effort to dress up, she will definitely look stunning. However, she does not know how to do so, has no experience with men and is plump. Seira goes easy on herself and demands high standards of others and is more interested in food rather than beauty or romance. With regard to her first appearance in a drama, Buruzon said that she will put in her best effort and called upon viewers to check out this drama to see a different side of her.

Source: Oricon

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