“Everyone deserves to be loved.” It may sound cliché, but they were the words that a girl I liked had told me, after she rejected me; and at the time, I didn’t know how to accept it. That was seven years ago.
Some of my friends in real life think I’m a big, friendly guy like Takeo from this series, but that wasn’t always the case. Knowing how impulsive I can be, I have often thought of myself as a monster, and only recently have I learned to, at the very least, accept that as a part of myself. My story isn’t like Takeo’s at all, and yet, there’s something about him and his relationship with Rinko that speaks to what I might have done wrong all this time. And in some sense, learn how I can make it right in the future.
But I’m not going to make this review as dreary as my life’s backstory. This is a romantic comedy! So in that spirit, let’s make this review a lot more fun!