Topic in the morning drama! Mone Kamishiraishi's English ability was a crystal of effort (November 12, 2021)-Exciting News
About the high English ability of actress Mone Kamishiraishi, who is the heroine of the morning serial TV novel "Come Come Everyone" (NHK) currently being broadcast, the "Weekly Post" released on November 8th ' reports.
According to the article, "Come Come Everybody" had an audience rating of 16.4% for the first episode. Although the result was lower than the previous work "Welcome back Monet", it is said that Kamishiraishi's acting has been praised.
Behind Kamishiraishi's selection, there was a voice saying, "Isn't his English proficiency appreciated?" Kamishiraishi spent his third to fifth grade in elementary school in Mexico, and is said to be proficient in languages. Furthermore, Professor Jeff Berglund of Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, who has heard Kamishiraishi speak English, said, "Pronunciation and intonation are as good as native speakers." Broadcast producer and talent Dave Spector praised Kamishiraishi's acting, singing, and English skills, and asserted, "It will work in Hollywood." "Seriously, I might get an offer from Hollywood," he said.
“Mexico, where Kamishiraishi spent his childhood, is a Spanish-speaking country. However, he says that he started studying English in earnest after returning to Japan, and he chose English as his favorite subject in high school, and Meiji University, where practical English education is conducted. He entered the School of Global Japanese Studies in 2010. It seems that he has acquired the English ability he is today after a lot of effort.This skill is already being used in dramas, and in December last year he starred in the full-length English drama "Home Sweet Tokyo" ( NHK)” (entertainment reporter)
On the Internet, ``I'm looking forward to the day when I can improve my English and listen to beautiful English as a role in the morning drama. . Of course, she works hard, but she must have a good ear.
By all means, I would like you to demonstrate your English skills in the morning drama.