Dating the jjang from sang

27-Oct-2016 19:37

Both of them want to get married, but for different reasons.

Yoriko wants to get married before her 30th birthday because it’s something everyone does and she shouldn’t delay it anymore.

Now that she’s about to enter the third decade of her life he still hopes she will find out how it feels to love and to be loved; another brilliant and hilarious figure!

Sotaro Shimada (Satoru Matsuo) and Kaori Shimada (Ryoko Kuninaka) are brother and sister and they’ve known Takumi since childhood.

Sotaro is hilarious and feels like a puppeteer arranging the moves of people around him like a plot twist official moving in the shadows yet without being afraid to express his opinion openly.

Date unveils the story of a 29-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man, Yoriko Yabushita (Anne Watanabe) and Takumi Taniguchi (Hiroki Hasegawa) respectively, but as you might have already guessed they are not your ordinary couple around.

Yutaka Washio (Yuto Nakajima) has everything a woman would ever ask for, he’s got the full package.

He’s successful and hardworking, logical but in search of utter love, athletic and humorous and on a sincere mission at the same time.

Eventually the drama dwells in corridors that explain how easy it is to be traumatized in nowadays society as another victim of mental abuse with its own extensions on every individual’s soul and how much easier it is to isolate yourself inside your ivory tower where you feel safe and sound, far away from where life blossoms and withers everyday. The answer is always different and depends on each and every one of us, it’s always a personal matter and that’s why there’s no absolute answer to this seemingly rhetoric question.

Nobody wants to become a NEET, a hikikomori or an emotionless careerist, there are always reasons. Love isn’t something you can necessarily explain or portray, it’s something you feel at first and then try to depict by approaching the contours of your feelings.

Date unveils the story of a 29-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man, Yoriko Yabushita (Anne Watanabe) and Takumi Taniguchi (Hiroki Hasegawa) respectively, but as you might have already guessed they are not your ordinary couple around.Yutaka Washio (Yuto Nakajima) has everything a woman would ever ask for, he’s got the full package.He’s successful and hardworking, logical but in search of utter love, athletic and humorous and on a sincere mission at the same time.Eventually the drama dwells in corridors that explain how easy it is to be traumatized in nowadays society as another victim of mental abuse with its own extensions on every individual’s soul and how much easier it is to isolate yourself inside your ivory tower where you feel safe and sound, far away from where life blossoms and withers everyday. The answer is always different and depends on each and every one of us, it’s always a personal matter and that’s why there’s no absolute answer to this seemingly rhetoric question.Nobody wants to become a NEET, a hikikomori or an emotionless careerist, there are always reasons. Love isn’t something you can necessarily explain or portray, it’s something you feel at first and then try to depict by approaching the contours of your feelings.A wonderful figure filled with logic and emotion, shattering on the inside, but strengthening her own shell so that the cracks won’t be apparent.