Saiko comes from a wealthy family and has her future planned out for her. Following Japanese tradition, she will eventually leave the modeling profession and marry a person from a wealthy, upstanding family selected by her parents. Tony, an American GI from New York City, sees his future in a steady dead-end job, and a one-room apartment. Following Spanish tradition, he will probably marry a girl of whom his parents approve. "I'll Never Forget You," refelects upon the lives of these young lovers before their unforgettable chance encounter, which leads to a strong and undying love, as well as the devastating moment they are separated forever. How will their lives take form after their separation? Will Tony's relentless efforts to find Saiko, and Saiko's disobedience toward her parents' wishes for her to marry, bring them together again, or will it be too late? Whatever the outcome, the thought in their hearts will always be, "I'll Never Forget You."