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Thai Live-Action My Love Mix-Up! Show's English-Subtitled Trailer Announces June 7 Debut

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Series to stream simultaneously in Thailand, Japan

Thai channel GMMTV revealed on Thursday that its live-action series adaptation of writer Wataru Hinekure and artist Aruko's My Love Mix-Up! (Kieta Hatsukoi) manga will debut on June 7. The below video for the show includes English subtitles that can be toggled on.

The series stars Gemini, Fourth, Chokun, and Pahn.

The series will air on GMM25 starting on June 7 at 8:30 p.m. local time. The show will also stream in Japan on the TELASA service starting on June 7, with new episodes streaming on Fridays.

Image via My Love Mix-Up! live-action series' Twitter account

Viz Media is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the series:

Aoki has a crush on Hashimoto, the girl in the seat next to him in class. But he despairs when he borrows her eraser and sees she's written the name of another boy—Ida—on it. To make matters more confusing, Ida sees Aoki holding that very eraser and thinks Aoki has a crush on him!

Aruko and Hinekure launched the manga in Bessatsu Margaret in June 2019 and ended in June 2022. Shueisha published the manga's ninth compiled book volume in July 2022. Viz Media published the ninth volume on October 3.

The manga inspired a live-action series that premiered in Japan in October 2021. Viki streamed the series in English in December 2021.

Aruko and Kazune Kawahara first debuted the original 100-page version of the romantic comedy shōjo manga series My Love Story!! (Ore Monogatari!!) in an issue of Bessatsu Margaret Sister in October 2011, and the manga then returned in Bessatsu Margaret as a serialized work. The manga ended in July 2016. Viz Media published all 13 volumes of the manga in North America.

A television anime adaptation debuted in April 2015, and a live-action film adaptation opened in October 2015. Sentai Filmworks released the anime series on home video with an English dub.

Sources: GMMTV's YouTube channel, Comic Natalie

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