Childhood friends Kota and Mei were third-year students in high school when Kota suddenly died. Seven years later, Mei returns to her hometown and visits a place with mid-winter cherry blossom trees that were special to her and Kota. To her surprise, Kota, who is supposed to be dead, appears. He is still 17 in mind and body while she is now 24. Kota can only be here while the cherry blossom blooms. Will he be able to tell Mei his feelings with the time he has left? (Source: jdramas.wordpress.com) Edit Translation
- Português (Brasil)
- magyar / magyar nyelv
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A sensitive, fond portrayal of dealing with being stuck in timeI found this drama completely on accident at Viki and watched it all in one sitting!
With short 8 episodes, this drama will grab your attention at the first and make you cry at least once. It has that magical jdrama ability of hitting you right in the feels without needing any showy imaginaries. The plot is tight and to the point: a cherry tree miracle happened -- a high school young man is revived 7 years later the date of his death to make his best friend/love interest wish of being confessed under a cherry tree come true, only his previous tight group of friends are distant now they are all adults, and the tree is going to be cut down soon. The main theme, for me, is getting back on track after something really impactful happened to you.
The cast is amazing, full of young actor who are really great. The main lead, especially, is so good. He is portraying a character forever 17 years old, in the middle of friends who grew to be 24 when he couldn't, and it's amazing how he looks the part. You can feel on his behavior, the way he moves, the way he talks, the way he sleeps (!!!) that he's only 17, not an adult yet, and it's heartbreaking. Not only the characters but also the viewers start to wonder what life would be like if the accident had never happened.
The pace, the editing, the sensibility of the director, the subtle ost that binds everything together, all of that leaves a harmonious impression. It's a human story, full of life, sweet story that explores human emotions in a way that Japanese dramas excel at. And it doesn't get sloppy.
You definitely should give it a chance!
Its about true loveLoved the drama ,as it explains love and friendship and a cherry blossom tree ,it explains the true love between two people and their strong bond of friendship. Loved their acting and its really veryyyyyyyyyyyy emotional overall loved the drama but i hope it would have an movie instead of an jdrama but its fine i really loved sano hayato’s acting and he is soooooooo cute and loved the cherry blossoms its super emotional I almost cried over it and the last episode is really very very very very emotional .