According to a national census, the number of unmarried women between
the age of 30 to 40 has been increasing and is now at the highest.
Compared to 10 years ago, the rate of unmarried women have increased by
6.7% and 8.5% for woman in their early 30's and late 30's, respectively.
Why are they not getting married? The women appearing in this drama are
unmarried for various reasons including, they have high expectations,
are not able to be themselves in front of men, become attracted to
losers, think being single is much more easier, or they think men are
unreliable. They're almost about to lose all hope, however, it's not
that they don't want to get married, it's just...things just don't work
out, they don't know if they're getting married for themselves or to
please others, or they question whether there really is a reason to get
married. This drama will realistically portray the trials and
tribulations of love, friendship, and work of these women.
Runtime: 54 minutes
Kekkon Shinai - Yoshihiko Hakamada - Netflix
Yoshihiko Hakamada (袴田 吉彦, Hakamada Yoshihiko, born 16 July 1973, in
Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture) is a Japanese actor. He graduated from
Hamana High School. Hakamada is represented with Platinum Production. He
is formerly affiliated with Life Bling. Hakamada's wife is tarento Ai
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