Manga series Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu (今日、恋をはじめます) has announced its live action movie recently in Sho-Comi24 magazine, where according to Comic Natalie the final chapter of the Manga was published. Written by Kanan Minami (水波風南), the series was OVA adapted twice in 2010 and 2011, and the DVD of which were bundled into the package of the original Manga.
For fans who haven’t read the Manga, the series is about how a “pure-hearted” girl is trained into an aggressive lover by her handsome male classmate. In terms of rating, I won’t recommend it for anyone who is under 17. The struggling love story is quite suitable for live action adaptation and if the movie were made in Korea, it could be totally a disaster (either good or bad). Oh, don’t get me wrong, I personally read the first half of the series and found that I cannot keep on reading anymore. Well, don’t like my summary, check out the real summary below:
The manga follows Tsubaki Hibino, a girl who is indifferent to both romance and fashion, even though she loves giving other people adorable hairstyles. On the first day of high school, she happened to sit next to Kyōta, a mean-spirited boy who teases her. In retaliation, she spontaneously pulls out scissors and cuts off his long tresses of hair. Thus begins the long love-hate relationship between Tsubaki and Kyōta. (via ANN)