"From Five to Nine" is a romantic comedy drama. It is a story of girl who works as an English teacher and dreams of moving to New York, but unexpectedly, she encounters a handsome monk, and the story begins.
Mika is a fresh high school student who starts texting a mysterious boy. She is shocked when he reveals who he is - Hiro, a delinquent attending her school. What she doesn't know is that Hiro isn't as bad as he seems.
Sakurai Misaki is a patissier who dreams of having her own business in the future and has prioritized work to the extent that she has forgotten how to kiss. But one day, she is suddenly ... See full summary »
Michiko Shibata, A 30-year-old woman who has no job, no money, no boyfriend starts working for her former boss (Who she thinks is her arch nemesis) in a café until she settles in once more. But after spending a long time with her former boss she falls in love with him.
Takuma knows that his life is shorter that the others and he feels that his demise is getting near. He chose to stay away from the girl that he loves so that she can easily move on. What he didn't know is that he is under-estimating her.
Nana is about to marry Shota who is fifteen years younger than her. Nana is a sportswear designer while Shota is a fitness trainer. They are a good fit and share many mutual interests like ... See full summary »
It's been a long time I've written a review here. But this title was unexpectedly so great that I couldn't stop myself from doing that.
Unlike how the title and trailers would suggest, this series actually has a serious tone with light comedy touch, which works greatly due to the chemistry and good acting by both leading actor/actress. Nanao is great looking, and her showing off legs in specific scenes are very enticing. And the role suites here well.
Well, not all the episodes fall in the category of great. Some have the stories below the par indeed. But overall the series is great. I hope they continue it into next scene, and focus better on the positives of all the better episodes.
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