Sealed With a ‘Mischievous Kiss’

Do you remember the dreamy Baek Seung Jo (played by Kim Hyun Joong) in the Korean drama Playful Kiss? He stole fans hearts with his fabulous looks and sheer brilliance. But wait until you see Japans answer to the hit K-drama!

If you loved the Playful Kiss story of high school romance, check out the 2013 Japanese adaptation Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo,” which will be available on Viki soon! Catch the trailer below.

The Japanese drama adaptation features a high school love story between the lovable scatterbrain Kotoko Aihara (played by Miki Honoka) and the suave and intelligent Naoki Irie (played by Yuki Furukawa). It brings back some of the hit classic manga’s most memorable scenes! Here are a couple of them.

The First Kiss

The Korean drama features Ha Ni and Seung Jo sharing their first kiss at their high school graduation party.

In Playful Kiss, Ha Ni and Seung Jo have their first kiss at school 

The sudden kiss, when portrayed in the Japanese version, catches Kotoko off-guard and makes her realize that she is falling deeper in love.


The Rain Kiss

For fans of Playful Kiss, this is a highlight of the story, where Seung Jo admits his love and leaves Ha Ni completely speechless. Its also one hot kiss!

Both dramas depict the innocence of high school puppy love, and these are just two of our favorite scenes. Which adaptation is your favorite and what scenes do you like best?

Favorite the Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo channel to watch the series once episodes are uploaded!