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  • Country: Japan
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 10
  • Aired: Jan 17, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
  • Aired On: Sunday
  • Network: TBS
  • Duration: 54 min.
  • Rating: Not Yet Rated

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  • Score: 8.4 (scored by 487 users)
  • Ranked: #231
  • Popularity: #1717
  • Members: 1,207

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39-year-old Nagasato Daisuke is a bachelor who works for a stationery manufacturer. Although he is attuned to trends and interacts with other people flawlessly, he hates being hurt by love. Daisuke is not disatissified with living alone. On the day he moves to his new apartment, he meets his neighbour Hanako for the first time due to an unpleasant situation. 32-year-old Kumagai Hanako is a divorced office lady. She has the clearintention not to remarry and is already preparing for old age. For some reason, Daisuke and Hanako keep quarreling right from the time they meet. But the two of them actually have many similarities. One day, Daisuke’s father Yozo suddenly visits for the first time in five years. He had secretly remarried in this time and has a step-son in tow. Meanwhile Hanako’s mother Ritsuko starts living separately from her husband and comes to live with her beloved daughter without consulting her. Daisuke and Hanako’s lives as swinging singles get disrupted because of parents who have no hesitation about enjoying their own lives.

  • Country: Japan
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 10
  • Aired: Jan 17, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
  • Aired On: Sunday
  • Network: TBS
  • Duration: 54 min.
  • Score: 8.4 (scored by 487 users)
  • Ranked: #231
  • Popularity: #1717
  • Rating: Not Yet Rated

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BrightestStar
15 people found this review helpful
Mar 28, 2016
Overall 8.5
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
*I can't leave my sons hardly any money, but I do want to tell them to make people their asset.*

This was one of the dramas I wasn't planning on watching, then started out of boredom but turned out to be a pleasant watch. Watching it made me forget all my problems and the things I stress about, and gave me a warm feeling. I enjoyed every second of it. I can't say they it has anything that stand out, but more of a number of things coming together in harmony and giving us this heartwarming fun dorama.

The drama is really about bringing people together. The title is about the ever changing form a family takes as time goes on and how we find ways to adapt at every upcoming change. I love that our hero Daisuke, played by Katori Shingo (my first time watching him - he did pretty well) is a typical introverted who treasures his time alone, only to have to deal with his extraverted father Yozo, played by Nishida Toshiyuki, who has no consideration for such issues. Another highlight is the growing relationship between Daisuke and his new ototo, and mostly the hearwarming relationship between Yozo-san and Kota. Then there's Ueno Juri playing lonely Hanako, with her lazy demeanor that takes out her boredom by complaining about anything, getting nicknamed *Complainer Hanako*. I enjoyed her bickering relationship with Daisuke, her mother, played by the lovely Fubuki Jun. Actually my favourite part of the drama was the relationship of Yozo and Ricchan and how they affected everyone around them with their warmth. Arakawa Yoshiyoshi as Daisuke's colleague doubled the fun, and the addition of Tanaka Kei was a great welcome. That guy needs to get a leading role next!

There were more. It's a huge cast and the drama gave the spotlight to most of them, and we saw both main and supporting characters grow throughout the drama.

Nishida Toshiyuki was at the center of it all. He brought lightheartedness to the drama, but can be a firm father figure when needed to, and when he gets emotional you can't help but get carried away by it. There were many instance I understood Daisuke's frustrations, and it would've drove me crazy if I was in his place, but the moment Yozo-san makes amend or explains himself, I just can't help feel for him and want him to be forgiven.

Anyways fun drama worth checking out ;)

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ta
1 people found this review helpful
Mar 29, 2017
Overall 8.5
Story 8.5
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 8.5
First Impression: Searching for Kiko Mizuhara's filmography and end up click this title. With no expectation, I enjoyed this drama.

I love the plot. Simply telling about 2 people with different point of view on living, but time after time, they learnt and they made it. That's what I love from this drama. This is kind of heartwarming drama that makes you smile and laugh during watching this. This drama also told me about living is not always a bad choice, and choosing someone is not going make you bad person too.

The acting. I love Shingo's and Juri's chemistry during the drama. They gave the couple not so couple vibe but I love when they interact with each other. Not to forget Yo-san and Kota-san and Hanako's mom interactions, they are such a scene stealer. Ah, and also Kiko as Tanaka is great too. I thought she's going to be annoying all over way but thank God sometimes she's kind of cute (just like what Daisuke said)

The soundtrack. I didn't focus to the soundtrack but the one that has lyric "Dont make me cry, don't make me cry" is good so I kept singing to that song. Anyone please let me know the title is hehe.

If you like no conflict drama with warmhearted story, please watch this drama.

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