The eldest daughter of the distinguished head family of the famous Tsukishima style of flower arrangement, 29-year-old Tsukishima Momo has everything – beauty, talent, career and wealth. She is engaged to the man she deeply loves. However, she discovers her fiance has been two-timing her and cancels their marriage on the day of the wedding. A shattered Momo has a crisis of confidence all at once. That is when Kazama Naoto happens to show up. The owner of a bicycle shop, he is an ordinary man who has nothing, and she is a woman out of his league. In spite of this, the two of them fall in love.
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I watched it out of sheer love for the characters (Momo in particular) and the journeys they all go on, but viewers who watch for romance will find it here. If you're looking for couple with lots of sweetness, Momo and Pooh (our leads) will give that to you. The give-and-take of the actors is tremendous, and they play their roles exceedingly well. I'm generally not one who gets attached to couples, but these two are so playful and thoughtful. You will find yourself loving every minute they spend onscreen together.
I cannot stress how much of an impact this drama left on me. Yes, there are some odd plot twists and unrealistic behavior that result from them, but the magnitude and quality of this drama make me overlook it all. I could say so much more to praise it, but there's little point: just know that this drama is absolutely fantastic. My specific favorite things TNH tackled: 1) the growth within people when they discover how to love themselves, 2) the representation of the intense love between sisters, 3) the bravery it takes to admit you love someone, and the understanding that it does not make you weak.
In all, I cannot recommend this drama enough.
Interesting but..I started to enjoy Ishihara Satomi since watching her role in 5-ji Kara 9-ji Made, so I like how she acts her role and in this drama, the main roles have acted very well with very good character inspiration, besides that, the explanation about the story seems to teach us to see how good perspectives in fostering relationships are interesting to make us easy to understand.
Even though the storyline is described in such detail by explaining the relationship of each role and clearly tells how to forgive being united in the family so that selfishness, revenge and betrayal can dissolve only with forgiveness, but there are irregularities in the story for me, how can there be a lot complicated of infidelity in their family, especially the affair of a mother with daughter's boyfriend. It really doesn't make sense..Well, for me, 'No thanks, goodbye to you'. Hahaha