(12/1/2009) Voices.

I am watching a Japanese dorama now called Voices, which is recommended by my sister.

It turned out to be a very interesting dorama.

Here is the poster of the dorama.

VOICE From left Hanei Akira (Sato Tomohito), Kubiaki ‘Aki’ Kanako (Ishihara Satomi), Kaji Daiki (Eita), Ishimatsu Ryosuke (Ikuta Toma) and Kirihata Teppei (Endo Yuya)

It tells about 5 medical students who were brought together in a  Forensic Medical Course.

Kaji Daiki fails to get into a popular heart surgery seminar but is somehow accepted into a seminar on forensic pathology. When he approaches professor Sagawa and asks him why he ended up in the seminar, Sagawa challenges him by asking why he wants to study heart surgery. Daiki replies that medicine is meaningless after the heart stops, but Sagawa counters that medicine also applies to the dead.


Their purpose is to deliver the ‘voices’ from the dead to their beloved one.

The voices meaning that by examining the dead body and investigate the case themselves, and deliver the message the dead men.


I watched the first 2 episodes and i am very impressed with the stories in the dorama.

The dorama is able to capture the other (soft, sensitive) side of human being.

[Spoiler] In episode 2, the dying man is trying to cook for his wife (even though he doesn’t know how to) before he died.

If you want to watch it, click here.

And those who have watched it, what do you think of it?

I also found the songs of this dorama and it is worth sharing.

Here it is:

Setsuna by Greeeen


credit to MySoju, Wikipedia, badsbads49 & xglamour@youtube.



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