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Pure [Eng Sub] (Complete)

Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:43 am

This was one of my favorite dramas when I was teenagers.
I watched it again recently, and it was as good as I remembered, so I decided to sub it.
But amrayu kindly provided me with the translations made by NGN to make my workload lighter,
so I decided to use it as base translation.
We corrected some error, edited them to make it clearer, and also filled in missing lines.

Big thanks to amrayu, and also to ZemusDS for uploading the raws upon my request. :)

Broadcasted year:1996
Genre: Love story
Average ratings: 23.5% (Highest: 25.9%)
Theme song: Namo Naki Uta by Mr. Children

Cast

Wakui Emi as Orihara Yuka
Tsutsumi Shinichi as Sawatari Toru
Takahashi Katsunori as Kanzaki Ryo
Shinohara Ryoko as Fujiki Asako
Takaoka Saki as Terao Machiko
Fubuki Jun as Orihara Takako

Synopsis

Orihara Yuka (Wakui Emi) is a cheerful, young woman who lives a sheltered life due to her low IQ which
inhibits her cognitive abilities and the control of her impulsive feelings.
In that life, she has the love and support from her mother (Fubuki Jun) and her cousin (Takahashi Katsunori).
As well as her late father, who has also inspired and nurtured her amazing artistic talents in painting and
sculpture through his own works. However, with the meeting of a magazine reporter (Tsutsumi Shinichi)
who falls for her innocence, and the winning of a prestigious art competition, Yuka suddenly finds herself
stepping out of her little comfort zone...
(Written by chokubi)

Credit
Base translation by NGN
Timing, translation check, editing, spot translating, typesetting, QC by Chuks
Editing, QC by Phoenix
Transcribed by Kanpai (SARS)
Coordinated by amrayu (SARS)
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Postby melica37 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:00 am

I really love it when people sub older dramas so thanks a ton! I'll look forward to watching. :wub: :wub:

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Postby calimerina » Sat Jul 24, 2010 7:06 am

Thanks for subbing this old dorama!

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Postby k361 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 7:35 am

Thank your pick up this drama.

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Re: Pure [Eng Sub] (Ep01 of 11)

Postby katsukare » Sat Jul 24, 2010 7:46 am

Chuks wrote:This was one of my favorite dramas when I was teenagers.
I watched it again recently, and it was as good as I remembered, so I decided to sub it.


Hi Chuks,

sounds great, I will give it a try definitely. Your taste in dramas is very good, so I am thankful you give us some older ones worth watching!

Thank you for your hard work. It is much appreciated, you can be sure!

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Postby saigo_x » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:09 am

Thank you for subbing this series. Very old school, reminds me of Aishiteiru To Ittekure or even Beautiful Life. :salut:

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Postby cha2 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:32 am

Thank you for subbing this drama series. :-)

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Postby ZemusDS » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:17 am

Thanks Chuks for picking this drama as your project, and amrayu for sub assistence.
I'm glad to have provided you with the raws. It's not everyday we see an older drama getting subbed. :salut: :thumleft:

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Postby 20centuryboy » Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:14 pm

wow chuks, you're fast!! :lol

thanx for this new project! :thumleft:
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Re: Pure [Eng Sub] (Ep01 of 11)

Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 24, 2010 2:39 pm

katsukare wrote:
Chuks wrote:This was one of my favorite dramas when I was teenagers.
I watched it again recently, and it was as good as I remembered, so I decided to sub it.


Hi Chuks,

sounds great, I will give it a try definitely. Your taste in dramas is very good, so I am thankful you give us some older ones worth watching!

Thank you for your hard work. It is much appreciated, you can be sure!


Nice to see you here, katsukare.
I hope you like it. :)
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Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 24, 2010 2:42 pm

saigo_x wrote:Thank you for subbing this series. Very old school, reminds me of Aishiteiru To Ittekure or even Beautiful Life. :salut:


I used to LOVE Aishiteruto Ittekure. Well, every Japanese loved it.
Guys would wear like Toyokawa Etsuji, (white shirt and chino pants)
and girls would learn sign language.

People were more pure back in days.
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Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 24, 2010 2:42 pm

ZemusDS wrote:Thanks Chuks for picking this drama as your project, and amrayu for sub assistence.
I'm glad to have provided you with the raws. It's not everyday we see an older drama getting subbed. :salut: :thumleft:


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Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 24, 2010 2:44 pm

20centuryboy wrote:wow chuks, you're fast!! :lol

thanx for this new project! :thumleft:


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Postby Moodilic » Sat Jul 24, 2010 3:28 pm

Wow, thanks Chuks!

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Postby xaxa » Sat Jul 24, 2010 3:30 pm

Chuks, ZemusDS, amrayu and others, thank you very much for restoring this old drama!

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Postby Keiko1981 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 3:35 pm

Thank you very much for subbing this old drama Chuks.
I will look forward to watching it when the subbing is complete. :)
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Postby amrayu » Sat Jul 24, 2010 3:58 pm

Chuks: Thanks for taking this project up! :)
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Postby snowyhill » Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:01 pm

Thank you soooo much!! :lol
This is my favorite drama even after 14 years long!
Unfortunately my husband does not understand Japanese but finally he is able to watch this great series because of your wonderful job!! :thumright:
Thank you!! :salut:

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Postby balabala » Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:29 pm

thanks for subbign this drama, this drama has the actress I like. hope it's a good drama.

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Postby lenrasoon » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:01 pm

Thanks Chuks you're awesome!!

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Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:48 pm

snowyhill, I take it you're Japanese? I'm Japanese too. :)

Even though this is not a discussion thread, I love to discuss about Pure on this thread.
Only limited people check this thread anyway, since this is old drama.
I was only 14 when I watched it and loved Yuka's character.
(I even looked for the yellow coat she was wearing.)
She's still as cute as I remember, even from girl's eyes. Now that I'm almost 30,
I understand Yuka's mother's fear.
I'm still at ep03, since I don't wanna go way too ahead of the episode I'm working on,
to stay motivated to sub. I forgot how it ends, but hopefully it stays good.
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Postby thienly » Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:19 am

Does anybody know where we can download this drama that is not torrent?
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Postby londonsoul » Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:25 am

Thank You soooooooo much
OLD SCHOOL RULES

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Postby Kazeyama » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:10 am

Thank you so much for subbing this classic! Pure was the VERY first subbed drama I ever watched when it was broadcast on my local station in the U.S. I've been hooked on J-dramas ever since. :salut:

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Postby Phoenix » Mon Jul 26, 2010 1:25 pm

Chuks - Thanks so much for taking on this project. This is one of my favorite dramas. I'm looking forward to watching all the episodes with complete understanding. :D

Thanks also to ZemusDS for the raws and amrayu and the SARS team for the NGN subs.

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Postby recca_cool » Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:52 pm

I just watched episode 1.. and wow...the 90's XD

I like that period, great set of actors/actresses too...

Keep up the good work!

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Postby 20centuryboy » Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:21 pm

wow! Chuks, you thread has awoken the great old ones of d-addicts... :mrgreen:
Nankurunai sa!

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Postby snowyhill » Mon Jul 26, 2010 7:33 pm

Chuks wrote:snowyhill, I take it you're Japanese? I'm Japanese too. :)


Yes I am... :P
My husband and I watched Mother with your subs, too. I loved your subs because it's very accurate! (No wonder why!)
So I'm glad you're subbing my old favorite drama now.

Keep up the great work!!!

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Postby ericf » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:01 pm

Thank you very much!
I had to watch Pure raw since I wasn't able to find the NGN rips. At one time I know someone was going to post them but then they decided not to because the quality was so bad. The Raws I watched were okay though.
I did get the gist of the story although I'm sure this translation will help me understand a lot more.
Once again, thank you.
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Postby Chuks » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:25 pm

20centuryboy wrote:wow! Chuks, you thread has awoken the great old ones of d-addicts... :mrgreen:


?
Are you talking about Phoenix?
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Postby Chuks » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:29 pm

snowyhill wrote:
Chuks wrote:snowyhill, I take it you're Japanese? I'm Japanese too. :)


Yes I am... :P
My husband and I watched Mother with your subs, too. I loved your subs because it's very accurate! (No wonder why!)
So I'm glad you're subbing my old favorite drama now.

Keep up the great work!!!


日本人なんですね!
Motherの字幕、大丈夫でしたかね、日本人の方に正確と言って頂けると
ほっとします。:)
古いドラマといえば「お金がない」、もTimelessubと一緒に字幕をつけました。
海外に住んでいるとこのサイト、かなり重宝ですよね♪
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Postby Chuks » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:32 pm

ericf wrote:Thank you very much!
I had to watch Pure raw since I wasn't able to find the NGN rips. At one time I know someone was going to post them but then they decided not to because the quality was so bad. The Raws I watched were okay though.
I did get the gist of the story although I'm sure this translation will help me understand a lot more.
Once again, thank you.
ericf


You're welcome.
I hope you'll enjoy more with the subs. :)
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Postby Chuks » Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:09 am

Subs for ep02 are out.
Since hubby_b is working on Chase, Phoenix took over him.
Thanks, Phoenix!

The dialog of Pure is very easy, since the low IQ, the main character and people
around her use easy Japanese.
Are any of you guys interested in me writing down some easy and common phrases
so that you can learn some Japanese?
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Postby zinkognito » Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:21 am

Thank you for continuing to softsub this drama!!!

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Postby k361 » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:04 am

Thank you, for episode 2 subs.

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Thanks for episode 2!

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Postby xaxa » Sat Jul 31, 2010 9:51 am

Yey, another episode! Thanks a lot Chuks!

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Postby recca_cool » Sat Jul 31, 2010 3:54 pm

Thanks a lot chuks! Glad the translation is easy for you :D *not dropping any hints about translation speed* lolol

Um, I'm *very* much interested in that, as I am learning as we speak (memorized hiragana, not katakana yet)...

would really apprecaite if you compile such a list :)

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Postby mangasuki » Sat Jul 31, 2010 4:49 pm

Thank you! :D

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Postby Keiko1981 » Sat Jul 31, 2010 5:31 pm

Thank you for the subtitle chuks and pointing out that the dialuge is easy in this drama. :)
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Postby saigo_x » Sat Jul 31, 2010 6:39 pm

Thanks for subs for ep2.

PS If anyone wants to try their hand at getting the OST it was posted on this chinese forum in lossless TAK format.

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Postby ZemusDS » Sun Aug 01, 2010 5:30 pm

Thank you for episode 2.

Chuks wrote:Are any of you guys interested in me writing down some easy and common phrases
so that you can learn some Japanese?


This is a great idea. If you have the free time, yeah, why not.

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Postby calimerina » Sun Aug 01, 2010 5:38 pm

Chuks wrote:Are any of you guys interested in me writing down some easy and common phrases so that you can learn some Japanese?

I'm interested because I'm studying japanese :wub:

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Postby recca_cool » Sun Aug 01, 2010 6:38 pm

saigo_x wrote:Thanks for subs for ep2.

PS If anyone wants to try their hand at getting the OST it was posted on this chinese forum in lossless TAK format.


Thanks saigo_x!

Um... I went to the link but it is chinese, where do I click to download it ^^;;

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Postby saigo_x » Sun Aug 01, 2010 6:54 pm

recca_cool wrote:Um... I went to the link but it is chinese, where do I click to download it ^^;;

Sorry, I should have been more clear. The reason I said "try their hand" is because the page I listed is only in Chinese and you have to register and meet the posting requirements before you can download the files. :blink

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Postby snowyhill » Sun Aug 01, 2010 10:49 pm

Chuks wrote:
snowyhill wrote:
Chuks wrote:snowyhill, I take it you're Japanese? I'm Japanese too. :)


Yes I am... :P
My husband and I watched Mother with your subs, too. I loved your subs because it's very accurate! (No wonder why!)
So I'm glad you're subbing my old favorite drama now.

Keep up the great work!!!


日本人なんですね!
Motherの字幕、大丈夫でしたかね、日本人の方に正確と言って頂けると
ほっとします。:)
古いドラマといえば「お金がない」、もTimelessubと一緒に字幕をつけました。
海外に住んでいるとこのサイト、かなり重宝ですよね♪


Motherの字幕、素晴らしかったと思います!!
「新参者」も、「お金がない」も。(・∀・)♪

このサイトは本当に重宝ですよね!
そしてchuksさんのように良い字幕を作ってくださる方が居るおかげで、
夫婦で日本のドラマを楽しむことができ本当に感謝です~。

ep02の字幕ありがとうございます。
いつも素早いお仕事で感心します。
これからも楽しみにしていますね(*´∀`*)

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Postby hiroshi » Sun Aug 01, 2010 11:29 pm

Thanks very much Chuks for taking on this project. I got started on Japanese doramas with the late 1990's - early 2000's classics (GTO, Long Vacation, Beautiful Life, Yamato Nadeshiko, etc.) and have been hooked ever since. Didn't know about this one and am finding myself getting nostalgic for the doramas of that era. Shinohara Ryoko looks soooo young as does Tsutsumi Shinichi, two of my favorite actors. Keep up the great work. Much appreciated! :salut:

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Postby nalika » Sun Aug 01, 2010 11:41 pm

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Postby zooey » Mon Aug 02, 2010 1:31 am

Thanks for the subs to episode 2. I'm really enjoying this series. Like hiroshi said, this drama makes you all nostalgic. It kinda draws you back to the old days... back when they didn't have twitter or cellphones. Can't help but smile every time that beeper is referred to as a magic bell. :-)

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Postby Chuks » Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:26 am

@snowyhill
両方見て頂けたんですね。よかったです。 :)
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Postby Chuks » Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:30 am

hiroshi wrote:Thanks very much Chuks for taking on this project. I got started on Japanese doramas with the late 1990's - early 2000's classics (GTO, Long Vacation, Beautiful Life, Yamato Nadeshiko, etc.) and have been hooked ever since. Didn't know about this one and am finding myself getting nostalgic for the doramas of that era. Shinohara Ryoko looks soooo young as does Tsutsumi Shinichi, two of my favorite actors. Keep up the great work. Much appreciated! :salut:


I liked Yamato Nadeshiko. :)
I was also surprised Shinohara Ryko looked so young, especially I saw the first episode right after I got done with Tsuki no Koibito.
No wonder I get old. :P
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Postby Chuks » Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:37 am

zooey wrote:Thanks for the subs to episode 2. I'm really enjoying this series. Like hiroshi said, this drama makes you all nostalgic. It kinda draws you back to the old days... back when they didn't have twitter or cellphones. Can't help but smile every time that beeper is referred to as a magic bell. :-)


Beeper (Pokebell, we called) was so popular when I was in high school.
Every digits had a meaning, so we would send a message using numbers.
Like you said, this drama brings back old memories. :)
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Postby recca_cool » Mon Aug 02, 2010 5:44 pm

Chuks wrote:
hiroshi wrote:Thanks very much Chuks for taking on this project. I got started on Japanese doramas with the late 1990's - early 2000's classics (GTO, Long Vacation, Beautiful Life, Yamato Nadeshiko, etc.) and have been hooked ever since. Didn't know about this one and am finding myself getting nostalgic for the doramas of that era. Shinohara Ryoko looks soooo young as does Tsutsumi Shinichi, two of my favorite actors. Keep up the great work. Much appreciated! :salut:


I liked Yamato Nadeshiko. :)
I was also surprised Shinohara Ryko looked so young, especially I saw the first episode right after I got done with Tsuki no Koibito.
No wonder I get old. :P


Me too! I was really surprised! I think she is much prettier the way she is now, yet she still has the same cute way of pouting her lips, and ++ improved acting.

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Postby hiroshi » Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:34 pm

Chuks wrote:I liked Yamato Nadeshiko. :)


I'll always remember Tsutsumi Shinichi as Oosuke-san, the binbou sakanaya-san who ran that little shop with his mother in Daikanyama. Just as an aside (hint, hint), the Mognet group started re-hardsubbing the series from DVD's but only got to Episode 4 and subsequently dropped the project in 2007 for reasons unexplained. If only the series could be finished one day ... just a thought. :)

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Postby Chuks » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:46 am

hiroshi wrote:I'll always remember Tsutsumi Shinichi as Oosuke-san, the binbou sakanaya-san who ran that little shop with his mother in Daikanyama. Just as an aside (hint, hint), the Mognet group started re-hardsubbing the series from DVD's but only got to Episode 4 and subsequently dropped the project in 2007 for reasons unexplained. If only the series could be finished one day ... just a thought. :)


I did some research, and there are DVDs with English subs out there. :)
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Postby ericf » Thu Aug 05, 2010 6:36 pm

Thanks for the episode 2 subs.
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Postby wolforion20 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:13 pm

Thanks for the subs! I am thoroughly enjoying this drama and can't wait to see what happens next with Toru and Yuka
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Postby yougu-souto-houtofu » Fri Aug 06, 2010 12:09 am

Thanks to Chuks & co. I am able to enjoy this great show.
I am wondering something though. At the end of Episode 2, we are shown the headlines of the article the reporter wrote. We can see that he used the photo he said he wouldn't use. For you fluent Japanese readers, is it possible to see whether he was nice in the article, or wrote something mean? All I could see is that it seemed to be something about 'revealing her true character.' Does it seem that it is a critical/mean article?

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Postby Chuks » Fri Aug 06, 2010 12:56 am

yougu-souto-houtofu wrote:Thanks to Chuks & co. I am able to enjoy this great show.
I am wondering something though. At the end of Episode 2, we are shown the headlines of the article the reporter wrote. We can see that he used the photo he said he wouldn't use. For you fluent Japanese readers, is it possible to see whether he was nice in the article, or wrote something mean? All I could see is that it seemed to be something about 'revealing her true character.' Does it seem that it is a critical/mean article?

You'll find out in next episode. :)
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Postby Chuks » Fri Aug 06, 2010 5:45 am

The subs for ep03 are ready.
I picked up some easy phrases out of this episode and
explained them on my web page.
Check them out if you're interested.

Enjoy!
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Postby balabala » Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:49 am

wow, this is totally a good drama, but quite sad for me.
it reminds me of why I like jdrama back in the 90's: futarikko, agri.... unfortunately I can't find those drama with engsub on the market. ><
once again, thank you for subbing this.

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Postby xaxa » Fri Aug 06, 2010 9:31 am

yey, another episode! thanks a lot!

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Postby wolforion20 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:19 am

Yay! Episode 3 is here. Can't wait to watch, thanks so much!
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Postby recca_cool » Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:55 am

yougu-souto-houtofu wrote:Thanks to Chuks & co. I am able to enjoy this great show.
I am wondering something though. At the end of Episode 2, ~~~~~~?


Please use spoiler tags, and also discuss this drama in discussion thread :)

On another note, thanks for ep 3!!!

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Postby Chuks » Fri Aug 06, 2010 12:47 pm

recca_cool wrote:
yougu-souto-houtofu wrote:Thanks to Chuks & co. I am able to enjoy this great show.
I am wondering something though. At the end of Episode 2, ~~~~~~?


Please use spoiler tags, and also discuss this drama in discussion thread :)

On another note, thanks for ep 3!!!


I posted before in this thread that I'd love to discuss about Pure here.
But spoiler tag would be good.

By the way, is there really discussion thread for Pure?
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Postby recca_cool » Fri Aug 06, 2010 1:12 pm

Official Discussion Thread

^ Link above is the official discussion thread :) Please discuss there. I think there is a dedicated sub-forum "JDrama Discussions" for a reason and it is indexed nicely too :)

I just watched episode 3 and it is good! Keep up the good work please ^^

Feel free to copy the code if you want to put it in your first post, I made a reference to your subbing thread there ^^

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Postby Chuks » Fri Aug 06, 2010 1:35 pm

recca_cool wrote:^ Link above is the official discussion thread :) Please discuss there. I think there is a dedicated sub-forum "JDrama Discussions" for a reason and it is indexed nicely too :)


So you just created one.
People can discuss the drama on the discussion thread, but I like to discuss it here as well.
It's your opinion that we can't discuss it here and it's my opinion that why don't we?
Think of it as a reward to me for subbing the drama.

PS My name is not chucks. ;)
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Postby recca_cool » Fri Aug 06, 2010 2:03 pm

I'll quote D-A guidelines...

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Japanese / Korean / Chinese Drama Discussions
- There are discussion threads dedicated to each drama. Please use the search function to find them within the subforum. If you cannot find the one for the drama you are looking for, feel free to start a new thread.


You may want to consult with this link www.d-addicts.com/forum/viewtopic_38531.htm

I'll explain though to you what is known as internet forum protocol:

D-A has subbing threads, fansubbing threads, discussion threads... so that each area of discussion goes into the right forum to avoid clutter of information.

Think of it as a reward to me for subbing the drama.

We will reward you by discussing in the appropriate thread...don't take it personal.

If you are not happy that I created the thread, PM me and I'll delete it and give you the chance to create it; even though that is completely irrelevant since nobody owns a forum.

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Postby Chuks » Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:12 pm

recca

I have no intention to carry on this conversation in this thread,
since last thing I want is this kind of discussion.
If you have anything else to say, you can use PM.
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Postby yougu-souto-houtofu » Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:47 pm

Chuks-san!!

Episode three subs came so much sooner than I expected. You must be enjoying going through this great series again.

There is so much to think about in this show.

Orihara-san is delightfully honest, but toward the end of this episode I think we can see that she is also extremely good at recognizing honesty and dishonesty in other people.

I am very curious to see how Orihara-san develops of course, but also the other people. I think a special person like her would change everyone around her for the better.

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Postby Chuks » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:08 pm

yougu-souto-houtofu wrote:Chuks-san!!

Episode three subs came so much sooner than I expected. You must be enjoying going through this great series again.

There is so much to think about in this show.

Orihara-san is delightfully honest, but toward the end of this episode I think we can see that she is also extremely good at recognizing honesty and dishonesty in other people.

I am very curious to see how Orihara-san develops of course, but also the other people. I think a special person like her would change everyone around her for the better.


Yup, I'm enjoying a lot. Thanks to NGN's translation and Phoenix's fast job, I can
release them fairly fast.
> I think we can see that she is also extremely good at recognizing honesty and dishonesty in other people.
Yeah, I think her pure heart is allowing her to see things clearly, just like kids.
I wouldn't dare to talk to scary looking Toru. lol
>I am very curious to see how Orihara-san develops of course, but also the other people.
I didn't notice that when I watched it first time, but this drama is more than just a love story.
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Postby chokubi » Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:25 am

Thank you for episode three, Chuks x Pheonix!

yougu-souto-houtofu wrote:I am very curious to see how Orihara-san develops of course, but also the other people.

This has to be the main highlight of the show for me.
I just love how this show is so well-written that it reliably packs a gradual flow of character developments in every episode. Like how... [spoiler]Yuka being changed by Ryo, Toru, her mum and the media; Her mum, by Yuka, Ryo and that conniving New Era woman; Toru, by Yuka etc.[/spoiler] Makes me wonder if there were other Jdramas that focuses so much on this aspect. :scratchchin:


And I think Wakui Emi deserves a mention for her superb portrayal of a person with savant syndrome too; how do you describe it... child-like but not childish or cutesy? :thumleft:
Dunno whether my eyes were playing tricks but I caught her using some doll-like gestures which is just awesome if she did really use that as a reference.
My favourite has to be the way she stretches out her arm when giving something to someone. :wub:

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Postby Sorvaseven » Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:06 am

Yeah, this drama sounds really interesting! THANKS A LOT FOR THE SUBS !

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Postby goygakgoy » Sat Aug 07, 2010 7:19 pm

thanks for subbing..i like this drama.

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Postby Chuks » Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:28 pm

chokubi wrote:And I think Wakui Emi deserves a mention for her superb portrayal of a person with savant syndrome too; how do you describe it... child-like but not childish or cutesy? :thumleft:
Dunno whether my eyes were playing tricks but I caught her using some doll-like gestures which is just awesome if she did really use that as a reference.
My favourite has to be the way she stretches out her arm when giving something to someone. :wub:


Yeah, she is believable. Just like she was on Fumo Chitai, she doesn't overact.
She knows how to be just right.
I like it when she imitates Toru. :)
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