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The website was released where it is confirmed that Komi Can't Communicate, Manga by Tomohito Oda, will receive an anime adaptation that is scheduled to premiere in October of this year, 2021!

Additionally, three cast members (and their character designs), the main technical team, a promo video, and a poster for the series were revealed.

The cast includes:

Aoi Koga as Shōko Komi
Gakuto Kajiwara as Hitohito Tadano
Rie Murakawa as Najimi Osana


Main technical team:

Studio: OLM
Director: Kazuki Kawagoe
Chief Director: Ayumu Watanabe
Series composition: Deko Akao
Character Design: Atsuko Nakajima


Komi-san's serene beauty which seems unattainable to all her classmates except one, Hitohito Tadano knows that Komi-san is not truly indifferent, she just lacks communication skills. Komi-san wants to be better at talking to others, so she enlists Hitohito's help to achieve her goal of making 100 friends!

Oda-sensei began serializing the manga in, Weekly Shonen Sunday in May 2016, after releasing a one-shot of the series in September 2015.

Currently, the work has a total of 20 volumes, the last being published on February 18, 2021, in Japan.


Child star Kim Kang-hoon is constantly establishing his name in the industry, and his new role in the upcoming drama Racket Boys adds a new range of acting to his portfolio.

The SBS sports drama Racket Boys follows Haenam High School students who are aspiring badminton stars. To pursue their dreams, they must constantly face challenges and persevere in the fiercely competitive youth athletic tournament. It stars Kim Sang-kyung (Miss Lee) and Oh Na-ra (Chip In) as coaches, and young stars Tang Jun-sang (Crash Landing on You), Son Sang-yeon (Failing in love), Choi. Hyun-wook. (Taxi Driver), Kim Kang-hoon (Mouse), Lee Jae-in (Undercover), and Lee Ji-won (The Uncanny Counter) as badminton players.

In the teaser, Kim Kang-hoon takes center stage as he transforms into his character Lee Yong-tae and hilariously answers some interview questions. The video begins with Yong-tae confidently walking into the auditorium in his sports outfit and his racket. When asked about his most hated words, he replied, "I hate hearing words" during my day "lately", and complains that he doesn't like hearing old people complain about how he was back in his day. When he is asked about new recruits, he says that they become ungrateful when they start doing well. When a group of students walks in and greets him, his face changes and he says, “Hey, freshmen! Don't even know how to say hello correctly? "He then proceeds to tease them and unconsciously uses the words that he hates the most to lecture them.

Racket Boys will air on SBS beginning May 31 at 10 p.m. KST.

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