Magic Kyun! Renaissance - Netflix
The story is set in a world where art become magic. Magicians who can attract people with Mahou Geijyutsu (Magic Art) are called "Artista" and are active on the front lines of show business. The protagonist girl Kohana Aigasaki is a transfer student at Hoshinomori Magic Art Private High School to train young Artistas. Soon after her transfer, she is appointed as a member of the executive committee of the school's traditional "Hoshinomori Summer Festa." Will she be able to achieve the success of the event with six attractive boys and become the best couple of the year, "Artista Prince & Princess" with one of them?
Runtime: 25 minutes
Magic Kyun! Renaissance - Harem (genre) - Netflix
Harem (ハーレムもの, hāremumono; “harem works”) in anime and manga is an emphasis on polygamous or love triangle relationships characterized by a protagonist surrounded amorously by three or more members of either the same and/or opposing gender, sex, and/or love interests. When it is a yuri or male-hetero oriented harem series, the polygynous relationship is informally referred to as a female harem or seraglios. When it is a yaoi or female-hetero oriented harem series, the polyandrous relationship is informally referred to as a male harem, reverse harem, or gyaku hāremu (逆ハーレム).
Magic Kyun! Renaissance - Notable harem leads - Netflix
Some examples of protagonists range from a special agent like Yuuji from Grisaia, a charismatic pervert like Issei Hyoudou from High School DxD, an army leader like Hakuoro from Utawarerumono, a teaser like Arata from Trinity Seven, a moralist like Touma from Index, a shy guy like Rito from To Love-Ru, a princess warrior like Yona from Akatsuki no Yona, an easy going zombie like Ayumu from Kore wa Zombie, a dense but caring guy like Raku from Nisekoi, a shameless playboy like Akatsuki from Hagure Yuusha, a comical tsukkomi like Haruhi from Ouran Club or Tsuda from Seitokai Yakuindomo, a great Demon King like Arawn from Tears to Tiara, the otaku expert like Tomoya from Saekano, a condescending swordsman like Ayato from Asterisk, a magician teacher like Negi from Negima or a crazy teacher like Nozomu from SZS, and a tragic hero like Kotarou from Rewrite.
Magic Kyun! Renaissance - References - Netflix