In the seventh episode of ‘Kaguya-sama: Love Is War’ Season 3, titled ‘Miko Iino Can’t Love, Part 1, Students Wish to Discuss the Culture Festival, and Miyuki Shirogane Wants to Blow It Up’, the students have of Shuchiin Academy are preparing for the cultural festival. Meanwhile, members of the mass media club are interviewing top students to record their contributions to the upcoming event and also to find out what makes them special. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Kaguya-sama: Love Is War’ Season 3 Episode 7. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 Episode 7 Recap
In the student council hall, Miyuki discusses the upcoming culture festival with Iino and Ishigami. He asks them to join the committee in charge of it, which should take on responsibilities such as site selection, public relations, proposal inspections, and ceremony planning. Both Iino and Ishigami don’t seem interested in the work at all. But when Kaguya mentions that Tsubame is the head of the committee, Ishigami immediately jumps at the chance to work alongside his crush.
Later at the committee meeting, the members discussed and proposed different ideas for the festival. However, Iino was unimpressed by the team’s casual attitude and asked them to be more serious, but was criticized for not upholding the committee’s values. While the plans for the festival are being discussed, Iino comes up with the idea of a campfire. However, other members protested arguing that it would take a lot of time and even the neighboring committee would not allow it.
In addition, the team is understaffed, which complicates the implementation of the plans even more. While it seems that the campfire agenda has gone out the window, Iino argues that the reason adults don’t trust them with such plans is because of a lack of discipline. Therefore, she took the responsibility to negotiate directly with the neighborhood association. Later, Onodera even joined Iino to help her carry out her plans.
Meanwhile, the mass media club began interviewing students about their preparation. Tsubame discusses managing her agenda while handling the responsibilities of the head of the cultural committee. She also talks about the plan to host a show in which she mixes theater and gymnastics to tell the story of a person who gave his heart to his beloved. The interviewers are naturally impressed with Tsubame’s ability to balance as many responsibilities as grace. They even meet Miyuki to ask him about his festival plans.
Later on, the Student Council president keeps blowing up balloons that are apparently intended as decoration. Fujiwara, who knows him very well, tries not to intervene, but Nagisa hints to him that there are other responsibilities he can take on. It infuriates Fujiwara because she wants Miyuki to learn by making mistakes and asks Nagisa to let him struggle. He then goes to the student council hall to keep trying to contribute to the festival, but accidentally keeps blowing up balloons.
Kaguya, who sits there, is hypersensitive, so it is a form of torture for her to regularly endure the unpleasant noise. Soon, Miyuki becomes frustrated and tells his classmate that he often struggles to admit that he is incompetent. Kaguya finally realizes that the President’s perseverance makes him so good at so many things and tries to motivate him. Later, Fujiwara finds out that the balloons Miyuki has been using are faulty, so they keep bursting.
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War Season 3 Episode 7 Ending: What Makes Kaguya So Good At Archery? Why didn’t she compete in national championships?
When the members of the mass media club meet Kaguya, they are immediately mesmerized by her. They both know she excels in martial arts, performance and traditional arts, except she is a great student who consistently gets good grades. However, they are baffled by the fact that she has not competed in high school national championships. When they ask Kaguya about it, she doesn’t want to give a direct answer, but deep down she knows the truth. The National High School Archery Championship is held between December 24 and 26, right around the Christmas celebrations.
Kaguya plans to spend the day with Miyuki instead of competing in the championship. While the interviewers don’t really get a clear answer about her entry into the championship, they do manage to get her to confess the secret of archery mastery. When Kaguya was in high school, she accidentally managed to get the ideal shot in the freshman year. That incident served as an example for her, and from then on she emulated everything she did on that occasion, ensuring her success at future events.
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