Koi no Tsuki Romance Manga Gets Live-Action Series in July

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Series about 31-year-old woman who becomes interested in high school boy also streams on Netflix

The August issue of Kodansha's Morning Two magazine revealed on Friday that Akira Nitta's Koi no Tsuki (Love and fortune) manga will receive a live-action television series adaptation that will premiere on TV Tokyo on July 26. The seris will also air on BS Japan, and will also stream on Netflix once all the episodes have aired on Japanese television.

The manga centers on Wako Taira, a 31-year-old woman who lives with her boyfriend Fū-kun, but is sexually frustrated and dissatisfied with her life. She meets a 16-year-old high school boy named Iko at the cinema, and becomes more and more interested in him, which begins to confuse her.

Nitta launched the manga in Morning Two magazine in December 2015. Kodansha published the manga's fifth compiled book volume (seen right) on Friday.

Sources: Morning Two website, Comic Natalie

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