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Original Title :
Zettai kareshi
Genre :
TV Series / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Romance / Sci-Fi
Cast :
Saki Aibu,Erena,Mokomichi Hayami
Type :
TV Series
Rating :
7.6/10
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Zettai Kareshi (絶対彼氏 〜完全無欠の恋人ロボット〜) is a Japanese romance comedy drama television series based on the original manga Absolute Boyfriend by Yuu Watase.

Zettai Kareshi (TV series). Promotional poster for Zettai Kareshi. Also known as. Absolute Boyfriend. Zettai Kareshi (Absolute Boyfriend) is a Japanese romance comedy drama television series based on the original manga novel Absolute Boyfriend by Yuu Watase. Mokomichi Hayami will play Night Tenjo's role while actress Saki Aibu will play Riiko Izawa.

Full list episodes Zettai Kareshi english sub Viewasian, Based off the of the manga of the same name by Yuu Watase here is Absolute Boyfriend (Zettai Kareshi) Robot maker, Kronos Heaven, finally develops "Night Tenjo", the perfect male humanoid programmed to be devoted and completely loyal to his lover. At first, Riko only sees Night as a household appliance. Based off the of the manga of the same name by Yuu Watase here is Absolute Boyfriend (Zettai Kareshi) Robot maker, Kronos Heaven, finally develops "Night Tenjo", the perfect male humanoid programmed to be devoted and completely loyal to his lover.

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Based off the of the manga of the same name by Yuu Watase here is Absolute Boyfriend (Zettai Kareshi) Robot maker, Kronos Heaven, finally develops "Night Tenjo", the perfect male humanoid programmed to be devoted and completely loyal to his lover.

com/Zettai Kareshi (TV series). Absolute Boyfriend (絶対彼氏。, Zettai Kareshi) is a six volume manga series by Yuu Watase, first serialized in Shōjo Comic. Viz Media licensed the series for an English release in North America, serializing the series in its Shojo Beat manga anthology as well as releasing the volumes. On March 24, 2009, a special episode of this series was released and featured 3 years after the last episode of the series, whereas Riiko had become a patissier and is engaged to Soshi Asamoto; and Night was suddenly revived by a Kronos Heaven employee, who wanted to use his individual ego to her own gain.

Zettai Kareshi is a Japanese romance comedy drama television series based on the original manga Absolute Boyfriend by Yuu Watase.

Zettai Kareshi (絶対彼氏 〜完全無欠の恋人ロボット〜) is a Japanese romance comedy drama television series based on the original manga Absolute Boyfriend by Yuu Watase.

Unlucky in love office lady Riiko Izawa is ready to give up on relationships when a mysterious man who offers her the perfect boyfriend. However, just when she catches the attention of her wealthy, playboy boss she finds herself the owner of the perfect, million dollar boyfriend - a robotic figure tailored to her exact ideals! Now Riiko's life is turned upside down as she finds herself caught up in a love triangle while trying to achieve her dream of becoming a world-class pastry chef.
Series cast summary:
Saki Aibu Saki Aibu - Riiko Izawa 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Erena Erena - Ono Chiho 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Mokomichi Hayami Mokomichi Hayami - Night Tenjo / - 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Jingi Irie Jingi Irie - Hayashi Kota 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Masaki Kaji Masaki Kaji - Tanaka Yoichiro 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Komoto Maki Komoto Maki - Sato Nozomi 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Miki Maya Miki Maya - Wakabayashi Fujiko 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Rie Minemura Rie Minemura - Yoshioka Tetsuko 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Hiro Mizushima Hiro Mizushima - Soshi Asamoto / - 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Shunsuke Nakamura Shunsuke Nakamura - Asamoto Masashi 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Tsubaki Nekoze Tsubaki Nekoze - Adachi Kyoko 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Ryosuke Sakuragi Ryosuke Sakuragi - Morikawa Yasushi 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Eisuke Sasai Eisuke Sasai - Shirasagi Yuki 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Kuranosuke Sasaki Kuranosuke Sasaki - Namikiri Gaku 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Kenta Satoi Kenta Satoi - Hirata Hajime 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Natsuhi Ueno Natsuhi Ueno - Ito Mika 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Shoichi Watanuki Shoichi Watanuki - Dei Takeru 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Meikyô Yamada Meikyô Yamada - Asamoto Shiro 12 episodes, 2008-2009
Kei Yamamoto Kei Yamamoto - Asamoto Kazushi 12 episodes, 2008-2009


User reviews

Rare

Rare

This dorama is amusing but also unusually engaging - a big hit in 2008's Fujisankei line-up. What if a cute, eligible girl wins the use of the "perfect boyfriend" - a robot?

An appealing group of players make the story fun in the same way as, say, Bewitched. Aibu Saki is the definition of cute in the role of the girl, though the remainder of the cast acquits itself capably as the people who slowly come to realize the strange situation. Of course, there are the expected episodes of mistaken identity as the robot gradually proves to me more "human" than the rest of them. This is the kind of fluffy entertainment you can polish off in a night or two - realizing, of course, there are eleven episodes.

For the genre, Zettai Kareshi ("Perfect Boyfriend") is refreshing and sweet, with any number of small laughs thrown in for good measure.
Damand

Damand

The story is different. Rather than being kids in high school, we find our protagonist a temp at a company that manufactures sweets. The relationships are also different. But it exists very well on its own. The story is sweet, funny, and sad at times but very very entertaining.

Personally I would have liked to see it the way the manga was but it was awesome the way it was too and yes, just like with the manga, I cried at the end.

A few changes but nothing so much so that it ruins the story. Although I do wish Soshi and Riiko had known each other since childhood like in the manga. Still...it was great. Definatey worth watching.
Cerekelv

Cerekelv

Take one of the classics of the horror genre, set it in the modern era, replace the horror part with screwball romantic comedy, and that's pretty much what "Zettai Kareshi" is.

And, strangely enough, it works.

A strong ensemble cast work their way through the at-times bizarre plot to create characters that the audience empathise with. You even feel a great deal of sympathy/empathy for the monster, setting you up for an ending that needs a box of tissues and five handkerchiefs to get through -- and that's if you're an unemotional bloke. The ending is not so much 'happy' as it is 'bittersweet'. The monster had to die, but the heroine still grieves for the monster as she sets off to achieve her dreams and her happiness.

Having previously watched Aibu Saki and Maya Miki in "Attention Please" (where one plays a trainee JAL flight attendant and the other plays her instructor), I found myself laughing in recognition at the final scene in the airport terminal.