Koi ga Heta de mo Ikitemasu (TV Mini-Series 2017)

TV Mini-Series   |  Romance


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Misa Chigasaki works for an app game company. She works hard to become the CEO of the company, but her love life does not go well. Misa can't have a relationship with a man for more than 2 months.


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24 November 2018 | pennyelenabooks
7
| Good Enough
A rom com about a career woman who finds love in the office. It was cute, overall, and I especially enjoyed the second couple's story, which was intense and sweet. I also liked that this drama didn't shy off and showed the relationships as they were. Towards the ending, however, the leading couple's story got a bit boring, as the big twist that happened was confusing and they could have resolved it easily. Alas, they dragged us all through the final episodes with it, something that didn't really fit the leading lady's character. In any case, the drama was enjoyable, so seven out of ten.

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Release Date:

6 April 2017

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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