There are moments in there that seems to be different. But those didn't last long enough. Some of these moments eventually turned into cliché and other turn into prediction that most you can see it coming.
The premise is a bus got lost and only a few students survived. For me it had too many fronts, although some are minor. But it was kind of a bit distracting. There is the school teacher, the bus company, the parents, the 3 kids, the reporter sister, and what is happening to the site.
And at the accident site, the friendship evolution is good enough but not deep enough. The murder aspect wasn't given a full or reasonable explanation as to why the culprit went on and on to continue to eventually hurt that person in the stomach near the end. It's too much unexplained emotions that did not make sense.
And the ending , last episode, is kind of a let down. You know the main character (through the trials and tribulations) is not about to leave the injured person. And you know the story won't so cruel as to NOT let the injured elder sister returned to the 3 younger brothers and sisters.
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