Yofukashi no Uta | Episodes Five and Six: I guess they like each other.

I guess Nazuna and Ko-kun like each other. Which is something I knew would eventually happen, I mean we all saw it coming. But that being said, something I enjoyed about Yofukashi no Uta, especially as of late is that the character progression has felt natural and is something we’re gradually building up. Which is a big plus for me.

What I liked most about episodes five and six was that Ko-kun has a better understanding of his own emotions and is better at expressing himself. If you were to compare Ko-kun now, to Ko-kun in episode one then you’d be shown two different version of the the one character and that’s something I really like. This new found confidence Ko-kun now has is great to see because it even spooks himself and that’s pretty entertaining.

I also think that Nazuna-chan is starting to come around too. She reminds me a little bit of Nagatoro from Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san. Like personality wise, the more I think that the the two of them are very much alike. They enjoy teasing their male friend and want to keep their male friend all for themselves. Not willing to tolerate any interference from any outsiders of friends.

What I enjoyed most about these two episodes was that the ko-kun now is someone complete different. Like I’ve mentioned already he has a better understanding of himself and his own emotions. As a result, not only has he come more entertaining as a character, but has also turned into someone who is more confident in themselves.

A more confident Ko-kun means that he is more straightforward but also that little bit more stubborn. I mean, he’s someone who is fourteen, who told someone (who is twenty-four years old), that he’ll turn them into a vampire once he turns into a vampire. As we know by now, the only way for someone to become a vampire is if the vampire sucking the blood falls in love with the human. Which means, should Ko-kun become a vampire, he would then have to fall in love with Kiyosumi Shirakawa. Which is pretty weird, but if you offer someone immortality once you’re effectively immortal, then I guess it’s okay?

Anyway, I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next. I would like to see a scenario where Ko-kun’s reality is crushed because he finds out that what Nazuna-chan has told him up until this point has been a lie. I think that would make things that little bit more interesting.