This is similar to many non-Hollywood romantic comedies, a long and endearing saga of a couple's journey through family life and earning a living. The charm here is in the offbeat ways they go at their work and interior decorating....which involves Japanese styling, including tanks of Koi. The settings and the problems are absolutely real, but there is a humorous backdrop provided by little absurdities, like pet fish discussing the state of the couple's relationship from their view in the fish tank. The scenery and colors of the settings are delicious, and it was an entertaining enough drama about domestic life. The female lead is dynamic and charming in her portrayal, though she seemed a bit manic at times.
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