"Midnight Diner" is a nice little show about a diner in
Tokyo that opens at midnight. Each episode is sort of like
an anthology about the various customers that go to the
diner and their stories. I find it very captivating because
it's so different from anything else on TV. The characters
and the dialogue are just delightful. Even though it's in
Japanese, I don't mind reading the subtitles. It's a really
Kim Seung-woo plays the "Master," the
chef and owner of the diner. Each episode has different
characters, althought there is some crossover. It's a very
low-key show. There are moments of drama, and humor as well.
I can't imagine anyone not liking it.
based on a Japanese comic-book (manga) called "Shinya
Shokudō", and then made into a Korean TV show "Late Night
Diner," in 2015, and now it's a new Japanese show on Netflix
as "Midnight Diner." There are 10 episodes, all named after
different types of Japanese food.
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