23 February 2019 | pennyelenabooks
"Caseworker's Diary" is a slice of life drama to the core. It is concisted by small cases from a social worker's daily life. The cases themselves were okay, some of them kind of boring, but others very interesting. So, when it came to human touch and heart warming stories, this drama did it right. However, the main plot was just missing. There was a leading lady who narrated the story, and we followed her and her colleagues while they were facing those small cases, but we never got to know her, other than some ghost of a personality that she had, by enjoying old american movies. Finally, the performances were good from everyone and the conclusion of the drama was satisfying enough.
Final Note: it was fun to watch Murayama Yoshiki from High&Low being a social worker!! The bad boy from the school gang grew up to be a good boy after all.