After being teased and bullied by the other children in school because of her family's poverty, young Sakurako makes a pledge to her mother that, no matter what, she will never be poor when she grows up. As an adult, Sakurako is now a beautiful flight attendant hoping to find a husband with a promising future. She meets and falls in love with the brilliant Nakahara, but quickly dumps him when she discovers he only runs a small fish store (he had abandoned his career to take over the family business when his father died) . She then meets and gets engaged to a wealthy young doctor who expects to inherit his father's position as the head of a large private hospital. Everything seems to finally be going Sakurako's way, but she feels that something's not right in her life. Is she really making the right choice by taking a life of comfort and ease over life with a person she could truly love?
—Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Following her high school graduation and having endured a childhood in poverty due to her family's status, Jinno Sakurako vows to the memory of her late mother that she will find a man of the highest financial means to ensure her happiness in life. In this, she circulates herself in the richest circles of eligible bachelors in Tokyo, while working as a First Class flight attendant. During one of the parties she attends, she meets math genius-turned-seafood merchant Nakahara Osuke, who at the insistance of his friends, poses as a rich surgeon at a local hospital. Due to the pretense as to his financial status and social standing, Sakurako beleives she finally found her match in "Doctor" Nakahara.
—Michael D. Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To edit a plot, tap it
Add a new plot