Ninja's Episode One Overview:
Our heroine is Tachibana Miyabi, a 39 year old doctor that runs her own beauty dermatology clinic. Beautiful and successful, Tachibana has always been confident that she can get married whenever she wants to...even if she is perfectly content to stay single.
Mildly puzzled when her declaration of her intention to stay single is met with pity during her high school reunion, a seed of doubt is planted in Tachibana's heart.
Unfortunately, one trip to the marriage agency soon confirms to our heroine that a 39 year old woman is in no position to be choosy and that her dream of being able to pick a man at will is just a naive fantasy.
Beaten down by the second rejection she received from the same man, Tachibana looks around at her empty house and is overwhelmed with loneliness.
Forced to admit that she is a complete failure in love, Tachibana barges into Tokura's restaurant and concedes that he was right about her. After glowing a bit, Tokura does eventually take pity on Tachibana and decides to teach her the "correct" way of obtaining a man's heart.
Ninja's First Impression:
Fujiki Noahito... Please get the girl this time! Pretty please? I've liked Fujiki Noahito as an actor since his Hotaru no Hikari days but sadly it has been a long time since he've done a J-romance that I wanted to watch so I am really hoping this one will be a winner!
To be perfectly honest, Watashi Kekkon Dekinain Janakute's story is nothing to write home about since it's just yet another J-drama about a middle age professional woman's struggle to find love...
Still, despite the overused story premise I am always in the mood for a good J-romance so I am tentatively hoping that this one will be a pleasant surprise.
As far as Watashi Kekkon Dekinain Janakute's episode one is concerned I found that while the plot was predicable overall but the writer has been able to inject some intriguing mysteries along with enough wacky vibes to make this show promising. My fervent hope is that the writer won't waste too much time with the male second leads but allow the heroine to have plenty of interaction with the hero instead.
Verdict?: Too early to tell but off to a good start!
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