[Discussion] Segodon

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[Discussion] Segodon

Post by CHiZZoPs » Jan 20th, '18, 08:36

This taiga is looking amazing so far. I can't believe there isn't already a thread about it, much less word of subtitles forthcoming. This place was once the Mecca for all things dorama. Does a community exist in the dark bowels of the internet somewhere? It took me an hour to find a working link to watch the raw, and had to search using the kanji (西郷どん, in case someone else is looking for it). In years past, we'd be all about a taiga, and this one's great!

If there is a secret lair, please send me a PM.

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Post by Keiko1981 » Jan 20th, '18, 10:00

Will be posting 480p RAWs at Nyaa of it if I'm able to. As I've done with Onna Joushu Naotora.
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Re: [Discussion] Segodon

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Re: [Discussion] Segodon

Post by Sewerrat1 » Jan 29th, '18, 14:53

:D Thank you very much for episodes 1 - 3! :D

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Re: [Discussion] Segodon

Post by Gylman » Jan 29th, '18, 19:17

I'm looking forward to it, but is anyone subbing it?

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Re: [Discussion] Segodon

Post by Keiko1981 » Jan 29th, '18, 19:35

Gylman wrote:I'm looking forward to it, but is anyone subbing it?
No. Keep an eye at http://fansub.d-addicts.com/Jdrama_Fansub_Map

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Re: [Discussion] Segodon

Post by CHiZZoPs » Jan 30th, '18, 04:51

Thanks a lot!

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Re: [Discussion] Segodon

Post by Prometheus » Mar 9th, '18, 22:12

I tried this taiga after a long time not watching any.

I think it suffers from the same strange moralism that all other recent taiga have. Why has the protagonist these out of place modern, western values? And why is a historical character famous for being a political leader such a pure moral beacon?

Why does their Saigo Takamori care so much for a random girl that is to be taken away to be a slave? It is all so contrived. Watching this so far I have no idea why their Saigo raised to become such an influential person during an age of turmoil after starting out as a low noble. Let alone why he, out of all people, was trying to keep the samurai system intact.

So far, I find this all very unconvincing.

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