Hori is the most popular and gorgeous girl at school, while Miyamura is an introverted, eyeglasses-wearing boy. However, both find out that their appearances at school are not as they seem, as it turns out that Hori is a laid-back family girl, and Miyamura is a handsome young man covered in piercings and tattoos. (Source: ANN)
As seen in other school dramas before, the show depicts two main characters who are very different from the image people have of them. The mix of romance, comedy, and drama delivers what you would expect and and will likely entertain people who want a drama that doesn't take itself too seriously. This is sometimes reflected in unrealistic conversations and character behavior the show uses in order to make a funny point or progress the story in a certain direction. Those who enjoy the show's humor and main character interactions will probably be fine with this and enjoy another take on this kind of school life drama. It sometimes ventures into "a guy should do eveything for his girlfriend" territory which may appeal to some of the female audience. Others may find though that this is something that takes away from both of the main characters.
Some characters are interesting and funny to follow.
Other characters are shallow with standard slapstick comedy to go with them.
Don't always expect particularly realistic conversations, reasoning, or lifestyles.
Romance, Comedy, Shouju
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