Seventeen-year-old Mugi Awaya and Hanabi Yasuraoka appear to be the ideal couple.
They are both pretty popular, and they seem to suit each other well.
In Episode 2: Mugi tells Hanabi “Not all happy things have a happy ending, but you still wouldn’t want to erase them from your memory, and that how should I say, makes you even more unhappy.” — Perhaps Mugi and Hanabi will not have their happy ending, but they will look back not with hatred for eachother, but fondness instead.
In Episode 3, Hanabi starts crying and says that she wants to try to love Mugi In Episode 2, she gets very aggressive and possessive of Mugi when Moca tries to get close to him. I’m a young playgirl, completely confused, so don’t say anything now. I love you so much it’s frightening.” If we analyze those lyrics…
Best friend Sanae loves high school protagonist Hanabi, who loves her teacher Mr. Minagawa, who is loved by Mugi, who is loved by his childhood friend Noriko.
It’s not a love triangle—it’s more like a love web.
Here are some clues that hint that they may be falling for eachother: In Episode 1: Hanabi tells Mugi not to fall in love with her. And she tells him “Me Either” (you’re not my type either).