About one gloomy girl named Mei who injures the most popular male student named Yamato. Somehow, Yamato likes Mei and one day, Yamato saves Mei from a stalker by kissing her. From that kiss, their love story begins.
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Mei (Haruna Kawaguchi), is a high-school student who is bullied often. She didn't think she needed friends until she met Yamato (Sota Fukushi), the most popular guy in school. They fall in love, much to the dismay of all of Yamato's friends.Written by
My main problem with this drama was that I have seen better.
The story was okay, but it lacked intensity. After the first ecounter, the story offered few to pick up on, as the side characters were overshadowed by the couple, who didn't really do anything other than the boy trying to convince the girl to trust him and to say that she loved him...
The performances were good though from everyone. Another note is that the side stories were enjoyable.
So, five out of ten for Say "I love you".
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