The story follows 28-year-old civil servant Akiyasu Shin as he's chosen to take part in a new government program under the so-called "NEET protection law". This project pairs government employees with NEETs as a means to rehabilitate them and re-introduce them into society. The problem is his chosen partner, Sawamoto Himari, was signed up without her knowledge! Will Akiyasu Shin end up winning her over? Or will this arranged marriage be a bust!? (Source: MangaDex) ~~ Adapted from the manga series "Marry Me!” (マリーミー!) by Miku Yuuki (夕希実久). Edit Translation
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- עברית / עִבְרִית
Where to Watch Marry Me!
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Warm and FuzzyNo arranged marriage cliches of push and pull or making the partner miserable before falling for them. It was a simple drama about two people who marry out of a government experiment but fall for each other gradually while living together and finding out nice things about each other. The ML and FL are both people who do not have experience with romantic relationships, so they take their time to trust the other person.
I won't say it was a slow romance but it was more about becoming a family for each other.
The acting was nice. The actress is quite young and it is her first drama but she has an infectious smile. The side characters do not have a storyline of their own, but contribute nicely to the main story.
Jdramas for me are always about the warm fuzziness and this was the same. I'd say the first half was stronger than the second half but it wasn't boring.
Good Enough" Marry Me! " is a warm, cozy drama presenting in a short time a well paces contract marriage relationship.
The drama had one thing going for it, the leading lady! She was so adorable, it was impossible to not root for her, or want to protect her (like the male lead soon found out). The slice of life atmosphere that it was created was just perfect for the story of the drama and it formed a cozy, warm and safe environment where the characters opened up, had character development, and warmed up towards each other.
In addition, the couple was cute, with chemistry and smooth progress when it came to their romance.
As for the side characters, they were interesting and kept the story going, but they didn't overshadow the main couple.
So, overall, eight out of ten.