Tsuiraku JK to Haijin Kyoushi

Vol: 14+; Ch: 94+
2017 - ?
4.514 out of 5 from 456 votes
Rank #702
Tsuiraku JK to Haijin Kyoushi

Mikoto Ochiai is ready to jump off the rooftop of her high school's building after she got rejected by the boy she loves. However, her physics and home room teacher Jin Haiba suddenly appears on the rooftop for a smoke, talked to her and saved her from falling down. He even asked her to go out with him which made her confused. How will things go between the smart and calm Mikoto and her seemingly carefree teacher Jin?

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ialex32
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A fluffy, heartwarming, and suicidal romantic comedy with an ample dose of black humor. Tsuiraku JK to Haijin Kyoushi is both emotional and is outrageously funny, blending suicidal intent with fluffy humor. Our lead, Mikoto Ochiai (JK), is an outcast ready to throw herself off the roof after being rejected by the boy she loves. Seemingly aloof and smoking a cigarette, Jin Haiba (Haiji) chats with her but is seemingly more interested in asking her the time it will take her body to hit the ground and whether he should quit smoking. Deciding it's better to tell her about all the times he got rejected, he admits there's someone he loves at their school and JK can't die until he properly seduces her. Like romance? Like black humor? Like a relatively healthy and self-aware dynamic between a teacher and student? Want a date in a graveyard? A teacher motivating you to study because it's basically like death anyway? Flirting with murderous intent? Tsuiraku JK to Haijin Kyoushi executes each to perfection. Flirty, cute, and heartwrenching, JK and Haiji's dynamic is unlike basically any other age gap romance, somehow enjoyable even to those who hate the trope. Haiji truly shines here. He's endearing, flirty, lazy, knows how to set boundaries, and cares more about JK's wellbeing than his own feelings for her without throwing his feelings away. If you enjoy black humor, romantic comedies, or high school romances, Tsuiraku JK to Haijin Kyoushi is one of the best series in years.

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