“Oseisa” Shunsuke Michieda, “About to surpass 1 million in Korea, the original work was strong.”
Shunsuke Michieda, a member of the Japanese boy group Naniwa Danshi and an actor, said, “The original work, which is about to surpass 1 million in Korea, was very powerful.”
On the morning of the 25th, a press conference was held at CGV Yongsan I’Park Mall in Ichon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, where the melodramatic movie “Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears from the World” (directed by Mikiki Takahiro). The press conference was attended by Shunsuke Michieda, who plays Toru Kamiya, an ordinary high school student who falls in love with Maori Hino (Riko Fukumoto), a girl suffering from antecedent amnesia.
Regarding the domestic success of “Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears in the World,” he said, “I don’t think there are many opportunities like this.” At the same time, I am very happy to appear in a work that was loved a lot in Korea. “I’m just grateful to the movie fans,” he said adding, “I heard that the original novel itself was very popular in Korea.” As expected, the power of the original work was strong. “The number of people is on the verge of surpassing 1 million, and the original work seems to have been great,” he replied.
“Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears from the World,” a movie of Misaki Ichizo’s novel of the same name, tells the story of a fresh and affectionate love between a high school girl suffering from antecedent amnesia that resets her memory when she wakes up. Shunsuke Michieda, Riko Fukumoto, Kotone Furukawa, and Honoka Matsumoto appeared, and director Takahiro Miki of “I Will Meet You Tomorrow, Yesterday’s You” and “Love, Love, and Kick” caught the megaphone. It was released in Korea on November 30 last year and has been a long-term hit.