Fujiwara Hana and Katayama Mizuki have been best friends since elementary school. When Hana’s cheating boyfriend dumps her, the besties take a trip. At a hot spring inn, they meet two guys: Narita Yosuke and Ichinose Ayumu. Early in their conversation, Hana avoids speaking for herself and Yosuke scolds her. Hana responds defensively, but his comment triggers deep reflection. She realizes that she doesn’t speak out because she is too mindful of others. With the recognition of this shortcoming, she begins to change. During this transformation, friendship, jealousy, betrayal, and quarrels percolate amongst them all. Mizuki longs to be loved despite never having dated seriously. Yosuke is despised for speaking too bluntly for the other party’s sake. Ayumu tenuously balances kindness and frivolousness. Then Ayumu’s “younger brother” Kanata joins the chaos. In the jumble, they each begin exploring love and settling into their identities. (Source: jdramaswordpress) ~~ Adapted from the manga of the same name by Tachibana Eiko. Edit Translation
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I didn't expect to get so invested in the show because I really just put it on to play in the background while I was working on other stuff .... needless to say, nothing got done, I was hooked from episode 1 and binge watched the hell out of it.
I'm amazed at how they put so much emotion and life into each episode with what little time there was. I thought surely there is no way everything could be wrapped up flawlessly in the same episode, much less, in 10 with everything that was going on. How the last episode was going, I was ready to flip my lid because I just KNEW there was no way. No way IN HELL they could close that ending, I thought for sure it would be a open ending and it would leave me mad as hell.
But nope. They proved me wrong and wrapped everything up flawlessly. I'm shook.
I freaking adored how heartwarming this show was. Don't get me wrong, there were times when I wanted to throw hands and call half of them hard headed dumbasses. But of course, they all worked out.
But really I wish there were more episodes, and if not -- at least a spin off. I wanted Ayumu and his brother to know each other better. I know there is no way he would patch things with his parents but you can just tell how much his little brother looks up to him and loves him. I know Ayumu wasn't treated well, but with any little sibling, even if they don't see it, they love the other sibling (coming from a little sibling).
I'd really like to know what happened to Kanata. I know it gave us a small clip of him singing but I wonder if he really went home or is he still singing like before? Just so many questions.
I loved the ending. Sweet good grief. I didn't see it coming to be honest. I was ready to release the water works but the show was like "but wait! there's more!" lol
So if you are looking for a fast paced quick show, this one is the one. I really enjoyed the characters and the storyline.
A good filler I guess.I'd still give this 7 overall because it's not too bad, it's not too good... just so-so but not a waste. The storyline isn't new. I'm not fond of their acting either. There's nothing much to be honest. BUT it's a 'just fine' short lighthearted romance you can watch when you're in the mood for such thing or when you're looking for some romance filler.
Anyways, here are some points I liked:
1. The two male characters. I'm loving how straightforward they are. No going around the bush. No acting hero.
2. It wasn't new at all but I guess it's a good thing that it was just a short drama so it didn't feel draggy.
3. The female characters were not annoying. Thank goodness. They, especially the main, were not that naive annoying FL.
ps. I hope the artists can improve more expressing their emotions especially the female characters. I can't say much about the male characters since they don't really show much emotions so it's hard to tell. They're usually just flat so...