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The story follows a happy and cheerful girl named Fuuko. One day two cousins Daiya and Ichi move into the apartment upstairs and a love triangle begins.
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This review may contain spoilersKeep in mind that I haven't read the manga. Thank you.
The events of the drama (skip this if you still plan to watch this):
- Two high-school male (cousins) move in an apartment in the same building to the heroine. One is cheerful/friendly (lets call him Smiley), and the other is Grumpy (lets call him that lol).
- So the heroine (lets call her Yoyo) starts liking Smiley and confess her feelings to him. But Smiley tells her that he doesn't believe in love and breaks her heart.
- Yoyo gets all sad and weepy whenever she sees Smiley. Grumpy jumps in and comfort Yoyo by telling her that he likes her and should become his girlfriend. After a couple of therapeutic sessions (aka kind words from Grumpy and a hair-pin gift she receives from him), she starts to fall for him and they become a couple.
- However, Grumpy's ex-girlfriend appears and he starts going out with her because -in his words, not mine- "she is weak" and needs him. So he tells Yoyo that he loves her but he still have feelings for his ex. Therefore, he breaks-up with Yoyo to sort out his feelings for his (older and has a boyfriend) ex.
- Smiley takes this chance to jump back into the game! He comforts Yoyo and confess that after he turned her down, he realized he loved her. *ehem*
- Yoyo gets all confused and sad and weepy again. This time she tells Smiley that she still likes Grumpy and she will try to get over him.
- Grumpy confront his ex: "who are we kidding, you love your boyfriend so go be with him! We both need to be with who we want to be with!" Yeah, they break-up and Grumpy (the stone-head) doesn't realize that Yoyo is going out with Smiley because she still have feelings for him so he doesn't tell anyone that he broke-up with his ex.
- Time goes by and Grumpy tells Yoyo that he still loves her and that his ex is history. Smiley spots them very close to each other and runs to hit Grumpy on the face. Yoyo tells him to stop! Smiley goes away all grumpy. lol
- Anyways, now both guys want Yoyo and she can't decide which one she likes because she doesn't want to lose one of them. But then Sad-Smiley tells her that he hates himself when he is with her because of all the jealousy he feels when she is with Grumpy. So he breaks up with her.
- Grumpy tries to win her back but Yoyo won't make a damn decision. Then Smiley tells her that his grandfather wants one of them (him or Grumpy) to travel and take over the family business, so whoever she wants will stay.
- Yoyo can't do it! She can't lose them! Smiley says he will go but Grumpy decides to be noble and leave because he realized that she likes Smiley more.
- In the end Yoyo is happy because she didn't lose both guys! yay! WHAT!!!
Yoyo is a very disappointing heroine. She should have moved on when from the first time both guys broke it off with her. To be honest, both Grumpy and Smiley are not that great anyways. Okay, both of them helped her when she needed to find someone to adopt a dog but that's it. There was no depth in her relationship and no real talk about family and life with both guys.
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This review may contain spoilersAdaptation more or less, nothing different, was confused in visual terms, even if the hairstyle is fluffy, it is not anything glaring!
It's a good drama for shoujo fans. Definitely. One thing, just one thing I was disappointed about, and I think that's an important point. The end. In all romantic dramas, it is always in history who should be the "winner" in the battle of love. But in this story, I spent two sleepless nights to know what the final would be like or who would win the fight. But no one won in the end. I missed those hours watching for an end. Yes, friendship is a good thing, but after all the efforts of the two guys, after all the trouble, there must be someone who has Fuuko's love. That's why I was disappointed with this adaptation.
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