GENRE: Romance, Comedy
SYNOPSIS: The ultimate story of opposites attract, Aihara Kotoko has fallen head over heels for Irie Naoki from the moment she saw him at a high school entrance ceremony. While Kotoko is a plain ordinary girl who struggles through school, Naoki is a genius pretty boy who holds a 200 IQ. After two years, Kotoko finally gets up the courage to confess her love to Naoki via a letter but Naoki, always seeming to be cold hearted, refuses to accept the letter explaining he doesn’t like dumb women. Shortly after Kotoko’s home is destroyed by a small meteorite and as fate would have it, Kotoko and Naoki’s fathers are old school buddies. Naoki’s family invites Kotoko and her father to live with them until they are able to find another home to live in, giving Kotoko a chance to be closer to Naoki and get to know him better. In turn, Naoki loves to give Kotoko a hard time but despite all of the teasing what are Naoki’s true feelings for Kotoko?
STARRING: Miki Honoka (Aihara Kotoko), Furukawa Yuki (Irie Naoki), Yamada Yuki (Ikezawa Kinnosuke), Fujimoto Nanami (Komori Jinko), Yamaya Kasumi (Ishikawa Satomi), Tanaka Sougen (Odawara), Aizawa Yuga (Irie Yuki), Tanaka Yoji (Aihara Shigeki), Nishimura Tomomi (Irie Noriko), Imoaraizaka Kakaricho (Irie Shigeo), Shibasaki Keisuke (Gintaro), Takahiro Iida (Dozo), Kaai Sara (Watanabe), Mori Kanna (Matsumoto Yuko), Kaji Masaki (Sudo-Senpai), Ayamu (Matsumoto Ayako), Shiramata Atsushi (Takamiya Ryo), Miyazaki Shuto (Narasaki Nobu), Utsumi Akiyoshi (Nakagawa Taketo), Takada Riho (Oizumi Sahoko), Horiuchi Masami (Chairman Oizumi), Sato Aiko, Imasato Makoto (Doctor Omura), Iida Kisuke (Kanamori), Saeki Arata (Secretary Yokoyama), Kashiwabara Takashi
VIEWING SOURCE: Netflix; September 2016