Koi wa Tsuzuku yo Doko Made mo Episode 2: Streaming, Release Date, Preview, And Details
"Love Lasts Forever" cover.
Koi wa Tsuzuku yo Doko, Made mo (恋はつづくよどこまでも) or An Incurable Case of Love; Love Lasts Forever is a Japanese drama series directed by Kenta Tanaka which started airing in Japan from January 14, 2020, on TBS. The show is based on the manga series of the same name, written by Maki Enjoji. It was launched in February 2016 by Shogakukan, and the ended the series ended on January 8, 2019.
The drama airs every Tuesday at 22:00 JST. The first episode has aired already, and the second episode is already going to drop today. In this article, we will take a look at what the drama is about and where one can watch it.
Koi wa Tsuzuku yo Doko Made mo Plot
The story of the show revolves around Nanase Sakura (played by Mone Kamishiraishi), who is a 23-year-old nurse. She chose this path because five years ago, she met Doctor Kairi Tendo (played by Takeru Satoh), who she fell in love with. Nanase studies hard and becomes a nurse in order to meet this doctor. But after she finally meets and gets to work with him, she finds out that Doctor Kairi Tendo is completely different than she had imagined him to be. Tendo is instead a perfectionist and takes digs at people. He has earned the name “Devil” for being an extreme sadist. Nanase still doesn’t give up and pursues her love and quickly becomes famous, with the rest of the hospital staff giving her the nickname “Yuusha-chan,” meaning “hero” for pursuing the “Devil.”
Nanase persists and pours her heart for love, which finally breaks through Tendo as he starts getting attracted to her.
Koi wa Tsuzuku yo Doko Made mo Cast and Staff
Mone Kamishiraishi as Sakura Nanase
Takeru Sato as Kairi Tendo
Katsuya Maiguma as Koichi Kisugi
Ai Yoshikawa as Yuika Sakai
Misako Renbutsu as Minori Wakabayashi
Koji Yamamoto as Rokuro Koishikawa
The show is streaming on Japanese online video service Paravi and telecasts on TBS in Japan every Tuesday at 22:00 JST. There is no news on the show getting officially licensed outside Japan as of this writing. The show has been picked up by fansubbers, however and can be viewed that way if you don’t want to wait for the official release outside Japan, assuming it even gets one. Blitz Fansub and Mottofreaky are two groups who are subbing the show in English.