Who are Ken and Rei in Proposal Daisakusen?

Ken is obstinate and unskilled in love, but he fell long ago for the lively and cheerful Rei. But Rei is about to get married to another man. While Ken and other friends from high-school attend the wedding ceremony, a fairy appears and sends Ken back in time, giving him a second chance to win the girl he loves.

What is the ending theme of Proposal Daisakusen?

The ending theme, Ashita Hareru Kana, and the insert Chiisana Koi no Uta are, well, I don’t think I have to say more.

Where are Ken and Mikio at in Daisakusen?

At the same time, Eri and Tsuru’s wedding was about to go on in Hawaii, so Ken, Rei, Mikio, and the others went to the church on the beach. However, as the time slowly passed the time of the ceremony, it had yet to begin.

Is there a Korean remake of Operation Proposal?

A Korean remake of the series, Operation Proposal, starring Yoo Seung-ho and Park Eun-bin, aired in 2012. A Chinese remake of the same title, Operation Love starring EXO ‘s Lay and Chen Duling, aired in 2017.

What happens at the end of Proposal Daisakusen?

Tsuru’s love is put to the test when Eri says she wants the teddy bear falling from the Love Parachute (pfft) and runs to catch it, unknowingly provoking Mikio and Ken to join since both don’t want to let him get it, even though they mocked the whole thing few seconds ago.

Which is the best song in Proposal Daisakusen?

Personally I have Ame Agari (translated as ‘after the rain’)as my favourite as well, because of the scenes that it plays in, and the meaning of the song towards the show: after the rain, sadness will vanish and everything will start anew. With all that being said, the show has its flaws as well.

Is there a Japanese remake of Operation Proposal?

A strong premiere for Operation Proposal. I was oddly excited and nervous about this show since my expectations were based off of its Japanese original, Proposal Daisakusen: Operation Love. Remakes are usually a hit or miss which largely depend on the cohesion of the drama trifecta of writing, directing, and acting.