So I recently got back into Wanikani and have been trying to cram as many new kanji into my head as possible before going back to university.
As part of my immersion process, I’ve been watching J-dramas (or more accurately rom-coms) with Japanese subs to try to identify the kanji and vocab I’ve been studying every day.
My newest find on Netflix is グッドモーニングコール。
Even though I could barely make it through any kind of Japanese media a few months ago, all of a sudden I can understand 60%+ of what is being said.
Now I’m finding that it’s helping out with my WaniKani reviews because I’ve been hearing all of these kanji/vocab throughout the day.
Anyone else go through this before?
Even though I’ve been studying Japanese for a while, I feel like a just made a big breakthrough by switching to J-J study.
As a note, I have not visited Japan yet, so this is the closest I have come to immersion