The story centers around the employees of a legal document firm. Tamura Katsuhiro is a young man with a strong sense of justice. Although he believes that the law isn't always right, he becomes an administrative scrivener with the goal of manipulating the law in order to protect the weak. On the other hand, Sumiyoshi Misuzu, a former delinquent who hates to lose and who is now a capable scrivener. Katsuhiro and Misuzu are always at odds, but they gradually come to understand each other. --Tokyograph
I love the chemistry between Sho and Maki here and this is the drama I officially became a ShoMaki haha! I thought the concept about the drama will bore me which is about legal stuff but I was wrong. I was able to enjoy the drama because of Sho and Maki. I particularly love the theme song of the drama 'Troublemaker' which gives an enjoyable feel. I also love the fact that Sho's role here shows his not so serious side while Maki is the strong independent woman which is somehow a turn around from the characters they usually play in their other dramas. I would definitely re-watch this drama. I'm obviously a bias about the two main leads but I'm sure you'll enjoy this if you are into the drama's concept and at the same time you want to enjoy and not so into so serious stuff then I do recommend this drama especially if you are an Arashi or a Sho fan.
At first, I thought this drama was a bit too goofy... but, as it went on and the cases and stories and situations continued to build up and the rapport between the cast grew, it was amazing to watch! I loved the chemistry between Sakurai Sho and Horikita Mari. It was nice to see other actors (Takahashi Katsumi, Endo Kenichi, etc...) in this drama as well; they really did a nice job of supporting and being main characters at the same time. If you watch this drama, you may see what I mean. The show does sometimes say legal jargon I don't understand, but, it isn't that hard to follow if you pay attention to how Sakurai Sho, Horikita Mari, and the rest of the cast explain it. All of the cases are very interesting, which made me take an interest in a new drama genre I've never been interested in before (although "Maou" did the same too)! Seriously, I feel like this may have needed a follow up special... Or maybe that's wishful thinking! It was really a wonderful drama!