Ritsu was abandoned by his mother Reiko when he was little, so now he belongs in the lower social strata. One day, Ritsu gets involved in a case and his head is severely injured, so he can die at anytime. Convinced she abandoned him due to poverty, Ritsu attempts to find his mother and be good to her before his death. But when he learns that she is leading a happy lifeinstead, with her pianist son Satoru, he decides to take revenge on his mother. Ritsu then meets Rinka, a girl whom he happened to help in the past, and discovers she is Satoru’s childhood friend.
Cast & Credits
The adaptation was good, in the first two minutes, we see the character of Yoshioka Riho, Rinka, wandering the places where he met Ritsu.
Ritsu protected his brother with his life practically, so that the medical prognosis of his imminent death, explaining and demonstrating this in the story of "Gomen, Aishiteru."
Anyway, the love story seems a bit flat; Rinka is in love with her childhood friend, Hyuga Satoru, a famous pianist who inherited her mother's piano present, Reiko, who is also the mother of Ritsu. She is invisible to him, since Satoru has eyes only for the saxophone ...
Invisible Rinka who likes Satoru who does not like her, will eventually realize that Ritsu likes her, but ... why would Ritsu like her? Ritsu did not express any interest to any woman, not even his own childhood friend with whom he is staying, Wakana, portrayed by the wonderful Ikewaki Chiruzu, but I would say that his bond with his gangstar-brother back in Korea had many more romantic flames . The cast did a great job and the soundtrack is also good ... so anything else matters for a reasonable drama like this.