Do You Remember Me? (Watashi no Koto o Oboeteimasu ka?) by Akiko Higashimura will receive a live-action South Korean adaptation that will debut in 2023 or later, according to the online manga’s official website, which made the announcement on Wednesday. At the same time, it will make its debut in Japan and other nations across the globe.
The protagonist of the romantic comedy manga is Haruka, a 30-year-old gossip magazine journalist who consistently works long hours. She starts the narrative by recalling her very first crush as a young girl.
In April 2020, the manga debuted on Kakao Japan’s Piccoma service, and at the same time, it also started serialising on KakaoPage in South Korea. Thai, Indonesian, and Taiwanese editions of the manga were debuted during the same year. On July 11 of this year, the Tapas manga service released the manga’s English translation. Bungei Shunju released the manga’s 11th collected book volume on November 4
Akiko Higashimura’s Do You Remember Me? Manga Gets Live-Action S. Korean Show
A 2010 television anime version of Higashimura’s Princess Jellyfish manga served as the basis for a live-action movie released in 2014 and a 2018 television series. Live-action versions of several of her other comics, such as Bishoku Tantei Akechi Gor and Tokyo Tarareba Girls, have also been produced.
In December 2017, Higashimura debuted the colour online comic A Fake Affair (Gis Furin) on the website XOY. In September 2019, the manga came to an end. The manga migrated to the LINE Manga service in January after XOY closed in January 2019. In March 2020, Bungei Shunju released the manga’s eighth and final volume. The manga was released by Webtoon in English. A live-action television series based on the manga debuted in July 2019.