Let’s take a look back at our favorite films to come out of Japan in 2016!
We look at Jun Ji-hyun’s follow up to the iconic My Sassy Girl three years later, Windstruck.
A romantic story in which every supporting character who shows up confesses their love for the main characters.
Hollywood gets flack for remaking foreign films. Little do people know is that Asia has done the same.
Set in the turbulent times of 1980s Taiwan, three best friends struggle with the choices they make as youths and young adults.
A fox demon disguises herself as a human and falls in love with a General. She plots to replace his wife and be his lover.
Jiro, a youth with his head in the clouds, decides that he will spend his life making airplanes.
Enter a Romeo and Juliet story centered around music and dance, minus teen suicide…and a connectable romance.
A white guy meets a Chinese girl, and it’s love at first sight. Because it’s easy to do so if you can’t write a love story that features language barriers.
A student struggles in her English class, so her teacher offers her private after-school lessons. Sparks start to fly.
A shy girl and her guitar only come out at night because of her sensitivity to the sun. She confesses to her crush, and the drama starts.