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Ex-AKB48 star Oshima, Japanese actor Hayashi to marry

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Congratulation!

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Man, I'd hate to marry a Japanese "idol". Imagine all the things she had to err "do" to get to that position.

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Congratulations.

May they birth healthy children.

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Imagine all the things she had to err "do" to get to that position.

imagining all the things she had to do would have me imagining all the things she had yet to do. exciting challenges await

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Man, I'd hate to marry a Japanese "idol". Imagine all the things she had to err "do" to get to that position.

> Pray tell us what you have against working hard, having talent and looks, being competitive and making it.

Congratulations to the couple. Many men would be jealous.

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She is one of the success stories out of the 48 group stable - coming along with a great list of successful drama roles. Good to see her personal life coming along successfully too.

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Man, I'd hate to marry a Japanese "idol". Imagine all the things she had to err "do" to get to that position.

Got to agree with you on this one! They probably have been around the block with hundreds from talent seekers to producers!

Here comes the downvotes from grown men who are creepy idol fans!

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Congratulations to the couple. Many men would be jealous.

@Johnken6 - Yes, I would say congratulations to them. Jealous? I'm not sure of that. It's fine if you're used to the Industry with the media and weird talento here, but I prefer a regular easy-going woman who is not so glitzy. I'm not a big fan of idols or talento.

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A photo of the couple please

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Jim Today  01:28 pm JST

Man, I'd hate to marry a Japanese "idol". Imagine all the things she had to err "do" to get to that position.

Got to agree with you on this one! They probably have been around the block with hundreds from talent seekers to producers!

Japan is not Korea. While there are undoubtedly instances of young hopefuls in the entertainment business being exploited by more powerful managers and promoters (as is also the case in the US, what do you think Harvey W is in jail for?) this is not as much a phenomenon in Japan as wide-eyed critics like you fondly imagine. Korea is sadly another story.

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