When I stumbled upon this drama I was looking for something light and fun, with a good mixture of emotions. Thankfully, the series provided more than I had hoped for. The showing by main characters was very good, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see an anime adaptation; it could work.
The basic premise is that Iwase Ken, well forget it, actually it is explained in the first 5 minutes, and deals with re-living regrets. Due to magical fairy circumstances, Ken gets that chance, and must win back his childhood friend. Sounds so generic, and it truly is, but usually if something is going to rely on smoke and mirrors, it won’t go far with me. Luckily, the premise was not the driving point [nor the finishing point], instead there is an interesting way about storytelling, through moments of Ken’s memory.
So I finished this drama the other night, which took a matter of a few days woven between eat, sleep, and school. It was most definitely worth it, and the writing turned out to be very good; coincidental but appealing. I didn’t cry, but some may, more importantly was the overwhelming feeling of heartbreak and failure; I don’t get those feelings everyday, and even though they are considered “negative”, I gladly welcome them.
Interesting, fulfilling, and highly enjoyable.
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