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*~Venus Signs~*

Venus in Aries: Men with this placement are attracted to feisty, sassy, passionate women. They appeal to women by showing their boldness. Secretly, they want a woman to get on top and ride them! Women with Venus in Aries like to dominate a man, express sass, and they are full of va va voom as lovers! She gets herself in trouble as she sometimes speaks with a sharp tongue. She’ll just as easily knock someone down with her attitude, as she’ll stick up for herself without inhibition! Aphrodite carries a flaming torch thru unexplored lands, leading others behind her. Marching bravely, sometimes acting carelessly, she learns lessons the hard way as she assumes she knows what other people will say or how scenarios turn out. She doesn’t often look before she leaps, the vitality within her doesn’t have time to wait and think things thru; this could actually be a virtue in the sense that she can quickly respond to crisis. Acting on impulse propels her to be a go-getter; truth is, we need impulsive people just as much as we value cautious people. The zest in her soul drives her to persist, there’s hardly any joys she will have missed! Her adventurous spirit always finds something to do, in an instant, she rises anew.

Venus in Taurus: Men with this placement value commitment and stability in relationships. Either their lover is entirely committed to them or they don’t want a relationship at all. They savor comfort food and enjoy playing music. Their patience allows her to understand what’s going on before acting. Women with Venus in Taurus are very charming and have the ability to get along with many people because they have a pleasant disposition (unless other items in their chart indicate chaos). People with Venus in Taurus often indulge in sweets! Gee I wonder who raided the cookie jar? ;) Aphrodite basks in the sunlight, surrounded by the tenderness of newly sprouted daisies and newborn animals. Squirrels scurry up a budding tree, lizards saunter at her toes… She picks a fresh pair off the branch, playing a flute as the wind blows… Spring chicks chirp as she stops to smell the roses.

Venus in Gemini: Men with this will try to appeal to women by learning a variety of subjects, they know how to chat a woman into bed ;). They value women with intelligence. Venus in Gemini charms people on by being adaptable. Gaining knowledge is one of the greatest pleasures, as they can use their varied interests to appeal to many different love prospects. Their fickle nature is curious about many types of people that they don’t always know what they want. They can date around with a lighthearted attitude, appreciating people of various walks of life, cohorts, styles, and skillsets. A pleasing voice aids them in their talent of persuasion. Women with a Gemini Venus are curious to get with a variety of men (or women). The duality of Gemini may be inclined to attraction of more than one gender; or even power play, alternating between D/s roles. Kinks, toys, sex positions, and different kinds of sex are treated with an open mind, experimentation is playful! Venus in Gemini is a jester in love, sometimes they treat it like a game and don’t realize they’ve led someone on. They’d rather not be pinned down as they’re a natural flirt. Their intellect tends to be scattered, learning bits of many subjects without mastering any. They struggle with commitment in love or projects, unless other planets indicate otherwise. For the most part, they live to experience all that life has to offer, getting a taste of many flavors of romance, their sex life, food, and various art movements.

Venus in Cancer: The way to their heart is thru a home cooked meal. Their self-esteem is highest when they have a lifestyle that allows them to flow in their rhythms, they are likely not the type who thrive under pressure or like to be challenged, they’d rather experience security where they can allow their inner child to be expressed. Men with a Cancer Venus are attracted to nurturing women who are motherly. They may subconsciously seek women who resemble their mother, or women who heal their mommy issues. Women with Venus in Cancer express their femininity by intuiting how to appeal to others, they aren’t loud and proud with their female expression, more timid and imaginative. If she has honored the divine feminine, by caring for her body the way that feels right to her, she will shimmer with feminine mystique, pulling in men with her tides of alluring womanhood. Aphrodite dives in the dark creepy depths of the sea, unlocking secrets from a treasure chest buried under sand made of crushed up seashells that were formed thousands of years ago. A peek into the past, she yearns to feel the entire ocean in her heart, to swim in memories so vast… She carries an ocean jasper with her, to hold onto a lost love, she’ll never forget. She admires pearls with iridescence, hoping someone will cherish her essence.

Venus in Leo: Women with this can be bold and expressive, excited to pursue creative projects and they experience physical pleasure with vigor. Compliments make her swoon, she’s a well-groomed babe applying makeup oh so artfully. She is so bright and passionate, she can commit (as Leo is a fixed sign) but the fire of spontaneity can also enjoy flirting with someone just one time to validate herself as a bombshell. Men with Venus in Leo are attracted to confident women who are glamorous. They love to stroke a woman’s ego. Aphrodite dolls herself up with rosy cheeks, bright eye shadow, gold sequins contouring her dashing figure, her hairdo gains attention, and she speaks with pride from her juicy lips. She can daringly make out with someone she barely met.

Venus in Virgo: an earthly sensuality that is physically affectionate and turned off by those who brag. Discerning about how they give out their love, they know what they want in a partner and will not settle! They enjoy critiquing art and ideas. Men with a Virgo Venus respect women who value accuracy in the topics they speak of, and a woman who is willing to get down to work. They make a point to be courteous and considerate, as the Virgo archetype cares to put their best foot forward, realizing that you do need to care what others think in order to be a productive person. However, a life of nitty gritty work turns them cynical to the point of picking out the faults of others. The caution of Venus in Virgo is to become aware of one’s own negativity, learning to be more open and tolerant. These people are modest unless certain placements by the sun or Jupiter suggest otherwise. Aphrodite harvests the fruits of the earth for a feast, nourishing their loved ones with all the essential amino acids.

Venus in Libra: A soft sweet romantic who keeps an open mind, interested in others’ opinions. Libra is an ingenue, with many men drawn to her, she doesn’t want to hurt any of their feelings so she may accidentally lead them on! She can find the beauty in everyone, and she may need someone with strong Virgo in their chart to help her determine who is worth her time, and who may not have best intentions. Libra wishes to be the socialite, spending lots of time with many different kinds of friends without realizing how these friends are influencing her/his thoughts. Libra has that way of compromising discernment when it comes to the truth of a situation in order to go along with the viewpoint that is popular among their friends. A Venus in Libra girl will go along with what their man says, she probably likes to be dominated. An evolved Libra gathers a bunch of information, to seek justice and truth instead of what pleases others. Venus in Libra is very persuasive. With his/her friends, someone with Venus in Libra likes to make others feel included, their fair minded disposition brings everyone together with the goal of increasing harmony in this world.

Venus in Scorpio: This woman is daring and intense, she is not easily impressed! Her abilities of discernment and judgement protect her from getting hurt, but when they do get hurt, heartbreak stings them to the core… People with Venus in Scorpio radiate sexuality and like to have a dramatic appearance and attitude. Men with Venus in Scorpio have a dangerous appeal, they’ve explored darkness that many cannot handle and they might even be kinky. There has to be a genuine emotional connection in your relationships or else you’ll feel unfulfilled. Venus in Scorpio has a chaotic love life as they are addicted to feeling a love that shakes them to the bones! Aphrodite dangles spider webs from her fingertips, her skin is pale as she’s been plotting revenge in her cave instead of basking in the light, she brews a potion of hypnosis in her cauldron; whoever drinks it is doomed to fall madly in love with her… She likes knowing she has power over others, she doesn’t care for diplomacy unless if she’s using it to hide her suspicions…

Venus in Sagittarius: You enjoy dates where you’re exploring new territory, whether that be hiking trails, or conversing intriguing topics. You’re wild and adventurous in your love life even if you’re more cautious and sensible in other areas. Taking chances and trying new activities gives you a thrill. You’re curious about foreign cultures and other peoples’ perspectives. Men with Venus in Sagittarius desire women who are spontaneous and open minded, bonus points if she introduces him to new ideas and places. They tend to be loose with their money, as men with a Sagittarius Venus are generous to a fault, and put off by frugality. They’ll get caught up in the passion of the moment, using up too much of an item, to find themselves with none left later on. If someone with Venus in Sagittarius doesn’t have enough earth in their chart, they struggle with being unaware of consequences until the shit hits the fan. Aphrodite sings a prayer with 108 Tulsi beads, banging a gong under a pagoda, blowing a didgeridoo in the outback for dreamtime, hunting for mescalito in the Sonoran desert, trying a tribal dance on the savannah, playing a harp in the Scottish highlands with fairies…

Venus in Capricorn: You indulge in the pure physical sensation of sex and might not get so emotional about it (unless other factors in the chart say otherwise). You value good quality food and a love prospect has to meet certain standards of yours for you to commit to them, otherwise you enjoy entirely physical connections with the opposite sex. These people are cautious about falling in love, as they are hesitant to be tender and vulnerable in relationships. Men with Capricorn Venus value women with sensibility, superb taste in food, music, clothes, and art. They are horrendously turned off by people who are unrealistic, all over the place, impulsive, or assuming. They cannot stand it when people jump to conclusions, they’re “hold your horses” type of people. Aphrodite expresses herself in a classy suit, she may have flair but it is very refined. Her polished presentation of herself sets a respectable impression. It’s not that she never goes wild, but she waits for the correct time to do so. Underneath her self-conscious tendencies is a satyr enjoying themselves in the forest. Someone with Venus in Capricorn can thoroughly savor their connection to the earth, barefoot on the gems and minerals of the dirt, every pressure point of her toes receives the energy of the stones. Playing the pan flute while gaining a tan from sunbeams, eating their grapes one by one, sauntering thru meadows and mountains, having the patience to notice the mathematical beauty of the ferns in the Fibonacci sequence…

Venus in Aquarius: You appeal to others with adorable quirkiness. You may have the capacity to be detached during sex. From a psychological perspective, someone with an Aquarius Venus might have experienced a heartbreak or trauma that caused them to be detached in how they feel about relationships. Rationalizing one’s romantic life reinforces the idea of being in control of their feelings, even though their love life is chaotic. They can categorize lust from romance from lurve from infatuation, yet their feelings could be so erratic and unstable that they fool themselves into thinking they’re more logical when love isn’t meant to be logical. There can be a neurosis in attempting to understand relationship dynamics. A tendency to be kinky will make this person want to experiment with going wild in the bedroom. Unpredictable people hold their attention! They are turned on by people who stimulate their mind. Venus in Aquarius people value the broad spectrum of gender and sexuality, homophobes lose major points with them. Men with an Aquarius Venus are drawn to chatty women who flaunt their intellect and women who aren’t afraid of strange people. Aphrodite skips up the Ethernet cable, connecting humanity if the internet connection is stable. Networking a group together, harmonizing social dynamics for a grand plan. We’re comrades till the end, brainstorming ideas, testing theories, until you unfriend. Spurts of inspiration, an outcast in cynical contemplation. Seeking reactions by acting life a freakazoid, the free spirit could care less who’s annoyed!

Venus in Pisces gives you capacity to love freely, but the caution is that you put on “rose colored glasses” figuratively when it comes to love. You may put your love interests on a pedestal, getting caught up in the fantasy. You may fall for people who seem kinder than they turn out to be, as you can get carried away with your excitement, to the point of blinding yourself to the flaws of a love interest, only to get hurt in the end. You likely need to learn to understand boundaries, and be firm in sticking to them. Seeking pleasure in escapism, may enjoy having a glass of wine or smoke a bowl to release the pressure of the world. Men with a Pisces Venus are attracted to dreamy girls who go with the flow rather than women who challenge them. They value adaptability rather than someone stubborn. Aphrodite dreams endlessly, perceiving messages from the spirit world, peering into another reality… A sea of psychedelia stares back at her, where do all the whirlwinds lead? “How do I distinguish what I truly need?” Carried away on spending for indulgence, swept away by a new romance, she is enamored by her own brain chemistry. Lost in a blur of pure feeling, in her own world, the collective consciousness is revealing.

Remember, any given planetary placement can be overruled by other factors in the chart. Most of us are contradictory people. Some of your other planets may interact with your Venus in a way that is harmonious or a clash. Feel free to ask me about it!
If you’re interested in a reading that synthesizes your Venus placement with the effects of your Mars, with the power of Pluto in your chart, along with the gifts of your Jupiter, contact me, and I am happy to write up a report about your chart!

anonymous asked:

Why would you recommend someone to watch the royal tutor?

There’s no easy answer, so I’ll try to be as coherent as possible (by the way, this is the post I made when I’d just started watching the series, so it’ll be fun to see how many things I can add). You should watch OKH if you like: 

  • comedies with a dash of drama: OKH has a wholesome sense of humor, either represented by the princes’ personalities, the main character’s dry wit, or the antics of the supporting cast. (On a personal note, I’m a huge fan of chibi drawings, and OKH makes good use of that.) It also has sentimental moments that aren’t overly sappy or heartbreaking, so it’s the type of anime you can watch that will definitely make your day better.

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(^^^ actual image of me at a bookstore)

  • stories about teachers and students: as a teacher, I’m a big fan of Assassination Classroom because I like the way Koro-sensei treats his students and talks to them, but more importantly, how he listens to them. OKH’s Heine-sensei is pretty much a great teacher, not because he is so overpowered in his skills (he could be a shorter, redhead-version of Sakamoto desu ga?’s Sakamoto) but because his lessons go against the outdated idea that “learning is studying, and studying is reading.” None of that nonsense here.

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  • character development/gap moe: I chose to put these two in the same category because ultimately, it’s about the way characters are perceived. To put it simply, you start with otome-game archetypal, host-like princes, but boy you’re in for a surprise if you think it remains there. By chapter 3 you’ll probably have adopted at least one of these guys as your son (if not all of them).

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  • the “feel” of period pieces: categories like ”period”, “historical”, or “royalty” are a bit tricky in anime, because there’s always a fantasy factor in anything that is especially foreign to Japan. (I could refer to Kuroshitsuji, Kyou Kara Maou, or Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu for references.) Granted, perhaps the richness of the backgrounds could have been better (the anime ran on a tight budget), but the general aesthetics is pleasant, and the music is a good companion to the scenes. It even makes the slice-of-life moments more enjoyable.

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  • stories you want to know more about: the manga is still ongoing, whereas the anime finishes at 12 episodes. Many characters that haven’t been introduced, and some characters get more development in the manga. The ending of the anime has little to no connection to the way in which the manga is going; that, however, doesn’t make it less entertaining - on the contrary, I promise you it makes you want to read the manga even more. It’s got a rather interesting build-up, and enough intrigue to keep you wondering what will happen. So the anime is great in terms of being a “gateway” to the manga. (I’m an aural person, so listening to the voices of the characters also made the little I’ve read so far of the manga even more enjoyable.) 
  • a varied and talented cast: if you’re interested in seiyuu, this one gives you a chance to discover new gems as well as encountering old favorites. Outstanding newcomers include a few stage play veterans, like Heine’s VA (Ueda Keisuke - Yowapeda, K, Osomatsu-san’s Choromatsu, and now he’ll be Hetalia’s Japan), and Kai’s VA (Asato Yuuya - Hakkenden, Diabolik Lovers, Kurobasu, and the F6 version of Osomatsu-san’s Ichimatsu). Outstanding veterans include Aoi Shouta, Morikawa Toshiyuki, Eguchi Takuya, Tachibana Shinnosuke, Namikawa Daisuke, and uncredited names like Hiroki Takahashi (Dmitri), Katsuyuki Konishi (Owner), and Ono Daisuke (Eins).

“Honorable” mention: I’d point out the fan service/shipping moments, but you don’t get many of those. It’s really not that kind of anime. Though I do think that since they’re all really attractive, the ships can sail freely.

So all in all, I truly believe it’s an enjoyable series. I’d have liked to get more than 12 episodes, but sometimes that is enough. Definitely recommendable as it’s something light-hearted, viewer-friendly, and heart-warming.

Thanks for stopping by!

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Recomendaciones de películas de animación japonesas + animes IV

Este es el primer post que hago recomendando películas japonesas, así que sólo recomendaré unas pocas y además son de animación japonesa, recomiendo las más conocidas, pero ¿quién sabe? tal vez alguien leyendo este post no ha visto alguna y son muy hermosas todas, aunque son pocas las que pondré en este post pronto pondré más y más, y adicionalmente y por que sé que les gustan y sirven mis recomendaciones (al menos eso me gusta creer, jaja), tres animes que vi hace poco ¡Espero que les guste!


El Viaje de Chihiro

Inglés: Spirited Away

Japonés: 千と千尋の神隠し Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi

Dirección y guión: Hayao Miyazaki

Duración: 122 minutos

Sinopsis: Chihiro es una niña de 10 años que viaja en coche con sus padres. Se detienen delante de un túnel, y al atravesarlo llegan a un mundo donde pasan cosas extrañas. En este universo no hay lugar para los humanos, sólo existen dioses de primera y segunda clase. Cuando descubre que sus padres han sido convertidos en cerdos, Chihiro se encontrará sola y asustada. 

Mi opinión: Hay que tomar en cuenta que tiene un Óscar por mejor película de animación. Es una de las mejores, la película predilecta de mi hermana menor y es que no es para menos, tanto si sólo la disfrutamos superficialmente o si la analizamos más a fondo, en ambas opciones la película es hermosa, un clásico.


El Castillo Ambulante de Howl / El increíble castillo vagabundo

Inglés: Howl’s Moving Castle

Japonés: ハウルの動く城 / Howl no Ogoku Shiro

Dirección y guión: Hayao Miyazaki

Duración: 119 minutos

Sinopsis: Sophie es una joven de 18 años que trabaja en una sombrerería en una ciudad europea. Es callada y tímida, por eso le cuesta socializar con sus otras compañeras de trabajo y tener amigos. Un día decide visitar a su hermana que regenta una cafetería y es acosada por dos soldados que están de servicio ya que el continente se encuentra en guerra. De repente, sale a su rescate un misterioso joven que le deja en su destino. En la cafetería, le advierten de la presencia en el pueblo de Howl, un mago que roba el alma de mujeres jóvenes. Por la noche, en la hora del cierre de la sombrerería, al estar sola llega una mujer que se hace llamar la Bruja del Páramo, que fue testigo del rescate de Sophie, y deja caer sobre Sophie un terrible maleficio. Entonces, es cuando Sophie decide buscar ayuda al castillo ambulante, hogar del mago Howl.

Mi opinión: Ahh. Yo diría que es mi favorita, por muchos puntos, la verdad es que me encanta y cuando era más pequeña creía que era Chihiro y Haku (no me pregunten el porqué jajaja) pero es hermosa. Y fue nominada al Óscar, no ganó, pero fue nominada (:


Mi Vecino Totoro

Inglés: My Neighbor Totoro

Japonés: となりのトトロ Tonari no Totoro

Dirección y guión: Hayao Miyazaki

Duración: 86 minutos 

Sinopsis: La película se sitúa en el Japón rural de los años 50. Tatsuo Kusakabe un profesor universitario se muda con sus dos hijas a una casa en el campo para estar más cerca del hospital donde está su esposa enferma de tuberculosis. Recién llegadas a la nueva casa las niñas (Mei de 4 años y Satsuki de 11) empiezan a descubrir criaturas mágicas que no todo el mundo puede ver como los duendes del polvo (Makkuro Kurosuke) que estaban en el ático de su casa. Mei encuentra y persigue a dos pequeños espíritus que la guían finalmente con Totoro un guardián del bosque, posteriormente Satsuki también lo conocerá. 

Mi opinión: La verdad es que me provoca…¡tanta ternura! jaja mientras veía la película y cuando sale Totoro acostado quisiera ser la pequeña para acostarme sobre él >u<


Hotarubi no Mori e

Japonés: 蛍火の杜へ

Dirección y guión: Takahiro Omori (dirección), Midorikawa, Yuki (mangaka)

Duración: 45 minutos

Sinopsis: Takegawa Hotaru, una niña de seis años pasa el verano en casa de sus tíos. En una de sus escapadas, se pierde en un bosque conocido como “La montaña de dios”, en el que se dice que habitan muchos espíritus. Después de intentar salir del bosque sin éxito, la pequeña se derrumba y rompe a llorar, ante el miedo y la soledad, es entonces cuando ante ella se le aparece Gin, un joven muchacho que le embelesa con una primera mirada pero al cual ella no se atreve ni a tocar por miedo a que desaparezca.

Mi opinión: Yo creo que esta es mi favorita junto con El Castillo Ambulante, y eso que no soy tan fan de las historias tristes, de hecho les huyo. Pero esta historia se ganó totalmente mi corazón <3 Por cierto que en los 66º Premios Cinematográficos Mainichi ganó el premio de Película de Animación.


5 Centímetros por Segundo

Inglés: 5 Centimeters Per Second: A Chain of Short Stories About Their Distance

Japonés: 秒速5センチメートル Byōsoku Go Senchimētoru

Dirección y guión: Makoto Shinkai

Duración: 65 minutos

Sinopsis: Tohno Takaki y Shinohara Akari son amigos cercanos que después de la graduación de su escuela primaria tienen que separarse debido a una mudanza por parte de sus familias. Son sus profundos sentimientos que sienten uno por el otro lo que los mantiene en contacto, pero aún así, temen que no podrán volver a verse. Entonces, un día, Tohno decide visitar a Akari. 
Esta es un película que se divide en tres partes: el primer episodio, Flor de cerezo, el segundo episodio Cosmonauta y el último episodio, 5 Centímetros por Segundo. Y sigue los pensamientos y relación de dos jóvenes que se encuentran, y parte desde su punto de vista y la gente que se encuentra a su alrededor. 

Mi opinión: Pues nada, les advierto que también es triste, pero es linda. Está justo para aquella famosa frase de “Si están destinados a estar juntos, se encontrarán en algún momento”


La Chica que Saltaba A Través del Tiempo

Japonés: 時をかける少女 Toki wo kakeru shōjo

Dirección y guión: Mamoru Hosoda (dirección), Yasutaka Tsutsui (historia)

Duración: 94 minutos

Sinopsis: A la joven Makoto no le va bien el día: Suspende un examen de matemáticas, provoca un accidente en clase de cocina y acaba siendo golpeada accidentalmente al caérsela encima un chico. Cuando choca con su bicicleta contra la barrera de un paso a nivel, evita la muerte cuando repentinamente viaja hacia atrás en el tiempo. Y es que Makoto ahora es capaz de retroceder en el tiempo con un salto. Al principio usará su nuevo poder para sus intereses, pero pronto descubrirá las consecuencias de jugar con el tiempo. 

Mi opinión: Es buena e interesante, sobre todo porque ¿quién no ha querido retroceder el tiempo en algún momento? pero nos muestra el dicho “todo pasa por algo”, porque verdaderamente, todo tiene un por qué, incluso si parece terrible en el momento. Y aquella su sorpresa al casi al final de la película que jaja, no me lo esperaba sinceramente.



Acchi Kocchi

Género: Romance, comedia, slice of life (parte de la vida)

Capítulos: 12

Sinopsis: Tsukimi es una chica de instituto bastante tsundere que está enamorada de Io, un chico bastante antisocial (más bien, calmado diría yo) . La relación entre ambos se hace complicada del todo porque, si a Io ya le cuesta relacionarse con los demás, que encima una chica se pase el día insinuándosele no ayuda demasiado. Hime, Mayoi y Sakaki son los amigos que completan el reparto, lo malo es que están los tres bastante mal también.

Opinión: Muy divertido, en serio, de los tres que recomiendo en esta nota este es mi favorito, aunque también ¿cómo comparar? si los tres son bastante diferentes en la trama…pero me hizo reir en cada capítulo, derrames nasales masivos XD y a pesar de que es muy dulce y todo, me encantó ¡muchísimo!



Género: Fantasía, romance, sobrenatural, drama

Capítulos: 13 + 1 OVA

Sinopsis: Yorito Morimiya es un aficionado fotógrafo del cielo. Todo comienza en un amanecer en el que Yorito se dispone a tomar una fotografiá del amanecer, de repente escucha a una chica, Matsuri, golpeando una máquina de sodas, por lo que le ayuda sin saber lo que le depara y lo que descubrirá, algo que él nunca imaginaría…

Opinión: Una historia un tanto extraña, para serles sincera iba por la mitad y aún no entendía bien qué papel jugaba cada personaje en el pasado y presente, pero con un buen final que aunque no sea el que algunas personas esperaban, fue un buen cambio después de ver animes con “finales totalmente felices para siempre y por siempre” jaja, con aquellos sus giros inesperados, de verdad, es bueno si te gustan las historias en las que nunca se sabe lo que va a pasar.


Diabolik Lovers

Género: Romance, sobrenatural

Capítulos: 12

Sinopsis: La historia gira en torno a Yui Komori, una chica de carácter positivo cuya única preocupación es el hecho de que puede ver espíritus y experimentar fenómenos paranormales. Durante su segundo año en la secundaria, se ve obligada a trasladarse a un nuevo instituto nocturno, debido al trabajo de su padre, y será allí en donde conocerá a los hermanos Sakamaki, un grupo de seis chicos guapos y con tendencias sádicas que, además, resultarán confirmar el rumor sobre su nuevo instituto: entre sus estudiantes hay vampiros.

Opinión: Está basado en un juego y pues bueno, no soy tan fan de las historias de vampiros, de otros seres sí, pero no de vampiros y me perturbaba un poco cuando la mordían jaja, creía que iba a acabar muerta la chica. Pero es bueno, para pasar el rato porque además los capítulos duran 15 minutos. Con un final abierto así que puede que haya segunda temporada (?) y si la hay la veré definitivamente.



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Et que chaque lame
En bonds convulsifs
Le long des récifs
Va, vient, luit et clame,

Et qu'au firmament,
Où l'ouragan erre,
Rugit le tonnerre

—  Paul Verlaine (Fêtes galantes Romances sans paroles - Poèmes Saturniens - Eaux-fortes - III Marine)

Time is fast. The last two episodes are waiting.

I really wanna see their happy ending. So I edited only Joonjae and Takuya episodes. (e01~e10)

Running time is 56min.


¡Es tan completo éste libro! The Korean Verb Guide tiene para cada verbo su conjugación en todos los tiempos, múltiples ejemplos de cuándo es utilizado y pequeños quizzes para ir repasando, alguna que otra imagen con su verbo y por supuesto, audio de cada pronunciación.

Creo que éste necesita un nivel más avanzado por lo que terminaré el nivel 1 y ya veremos como me va con los verbos.   

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