A unique look into the differences between various decades, the show is less about the 9th year curse and more about how age and maturity impacts romance.
The story follows for boys all ten years apart, as they juggle the various troubles that face them, both in romance and their work life (yes even the 9 year old). It's a look at how no matter where you are in life, that each generation's problems are as important as any others.
The show is very slice-of-life. There are no big bads, no large melodramas. The problems are realistic, common but big obstacles that need to be surmounted. The ex you never quite got over, risking romance over a dear friendship, accepting that the person you thought you loved is different and learning to repent from mistakes.
And because the issues hit close to home, it's easy to become involved.
And while the story does drag somewhat as a result of the slower pace and slice-of-life, and some of the character's are just plain mind-scratching in their motives, it's a nice, quiet breath of fresh air.
It won't top any favourite lists, but there's definitely something that will resonate.