This anime was an interesting anime that I’m not sure how I feel about it. The main characters that are in a relationship have 5 years apart and normally that doesn’t bother me, however, the boy is in 5th grade and the girl is in 10th grade. I am not ok with the age range with people under the age of 18 really.

We follow Kaho Nikaido, a high school girl who is trying to get use to her life in Tokyo. However, once getting there she is nearly hit by a truck but thankfully, Kanade Takahashi is there to save her. He is very handsome and she fall in love at first sight, however, he has a secret. He’s a 5th grader and he’s certain that she’ll never want to be with him.

This anime has the same trepidation that I had with Super Lovers. The age of the youngest character is too young for me to truly get into the anime. Though it is funny, it left me feeling odd. If you can get over that the you should be fine.

Immutable Law of First Love



This is an odd show, to say the least. I will say one thing. Do yourself a favour and don’t read the description on Viki, it ruins something big, and without knowing the facts in the description it’s more interesting.

This drama is based on a web novel of the same name which I would be interested in reading. I feel like this story might be better as a novel than a drama. We follow  Park Jong Goo (Kim Jung Hoon), a physics professor who is seen as a genius, through his relationship with Lee Yeo Ri (Song Ji Eun), an animal photographer who has been hurt by her previous boyfriends.  We get t see their ups and downs while Do Ha Na (Lee Jin), a fellow teacher, tries t get with Jong Goo.

Like I said this is a weird one, though short at a little above 2.5 hours in length, this is not something I would recommend if you’ve read the Viki description. If all you read is my description up above, please watch the show and reveal on how well it’s shot after you find out the twist.