The story takes place at the Teito Hospital where six doctors have to deal with their past experiences. The focus is set on the general practitioner Hatano Takumi who wants to know the truth about his childhood and his real parents.
I was about to write down that it was a such a perfect little drama, then realised that "little" doesn't really accurate to describe it. I know this word comes to my mind because of Aiba-chan, but frankly speaking "little" doesn't fit him, either, anymore. He played really well and seriously, I loved how his character got deeper and deeper ep by ep, and Aiba-chan could picture it just so perfectly.
The story was incredibly well-written, I couldn't stop adoring how they give every main doctor a background story and the way they revealed them bit by bit. There were times when I didn't get a clue from them, but at the end, all become clear and perfectly closed. I had favourites, but still every character could make me interested, because they were all good and unique. Their conferences were priceless!
The other sources of depth were the cases and patients. The drama brought up moral questions, I could get seriously upset about and emotionally involved in. I loved how the drama got balanced between the main cases and the side stories of the doctors. It was my first medical drama, quite sure the next one will have expectations to meet.