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Masami Nagasawa (長澤まさみ)
Dragon Sakura S2
ドラゴン桜 드래곤 사쿠라2 龙樱2
85 min × 1 ep / 60 min × 9 eps｜Eps 10
Our favorite gung-ho teacher is back! A few years ago, a group of struggling students at a low-ranked high school made it into Japan’s top college, Tokyo University – thanks to Kenji Sakuragi, a down-on-his-luck lawyer-turned-teacher. But soon afterward, he left the school and disappeared. Now another school has tracked him down and hired him, in hopes he can turn things around. So, Sakuragi makes his comeback, this time with the motto: “Times are tough! So get a move on!” Students are overwhelmed with choices and desperate for something to hold onto. With his profound belief in their ability, Kenji offers a ray of hope. But it won’t be easy! This gripping series depicts the anxieties of today’s youth and the problems faced by parents, and provides insights on how to get ahead professionally. You’ll understand why Kenji Sakuragi is still repeating his famous line, “Suck it up! Just get into Tokyo University!”
WOOD JOB！(ウッジョブ) 〜 神去なあなあ日常 〜
Having just graduated from high school with no idea of what to do next, 18-year-old Yuki finds himself suddenly cutting timber very far from his native home in a remote mountain village where cell phones don't work, no convenience stores exist and there aren't any young people. The work is extremely laborious and dangerous, and he soon has had enough. Looking for a way to fabricate some excuse that would allow him to escape his circumstances, Yuki instead begins to feel a kindred spirit developing between him and his mountain colleagues, though all of them are eccentric. And he gradually sees the attraction and beneficial nature of "forestry" work with its ability to look 100 years into the future.
The Apartment with a Rooftop Deck
屋上のあるアパート 옥상이 있는 아파트 天臺
116 min. x 1 ep.｜1 episode
This drama is set in an apartment block in the suburbs. The young heroine’s humorous interaction with the odd residents provides the back drop to a charming story as we follow her on her path to making major “life choices,” facing significant turning points and affairs of the heart. Unemployment, independence, change of career and romance are just some of the obstacles a 27 year-old woman experiences and the drama traces her growth as she positively overcomes each one – a tender and funny love story. Indecisive Asako learns to make a decision for the first time in her life, boldly opting to go it alone.
ぼくの妹 나의 여동생 我的妹妹
75 min x 1 ep / 60 min x 10 eps｜11 episodes
Mei is a brilliant yet straight-laced surgeon. His younger sister, Saya, is an ultra-pragmatist with a talent for making money and a peerless knack for everything. Having lost their parents at an early age, they are all that’s left of their family. But their diametrically-opposed personalities have them constantly fighting and at odds with each other.
ハタチの恋人 스무살의 연인 二十歲的戀人
70 min x 1 ep / 60 min x 9 eps｜10 episodes
Keisuke is a typical 50-year old, his work and private life settled into a rut. Just as he has started to think that life will hold no more thrills for him, a young woman comes into his life that looks just like the girlfriend of his youth. As Keisuke weaves a web of deceit about his social status, he is rejuvenated and acquires a positive attitude towards his life.
The Yakuza Girl
セーラー服と機関銃 세일러복과 기관총 水手服與機關槍
70 min x 1 ep / 60 min x 6 eps｜7 episodes
A girl-next-door type, the ordinary senior high school girl, Izumi Hoshi suddenly turns into a yakuza (gangster) boss. The high school girl, who had been completely unrelated to the yakuza world, now defeats evils one after another. It is a truly exhilarating story.
NADA SOU SOU - Tears for You -
涙そうそう 눈물이 주룩주룩 淚光閃閃
The story is based on a million seller ballad, “NADA SOU SOU.”
ドラゴン桜 드래곤 사쿠라 龍之櫻
75 min x 1 ep / 60 min x 10 eps｜11 episodes
A struggling lawyer, Kenji Sakuragi, takes a position at private school Ryuzan High to pay off his debts. Kenji decides to try to turn this hopeless school into one of the elite institutions in Japan to help rejuvenate his career. His barometer of success will be to get five of his students admitted to the prestigious Tokyo University the following year. But rather than cramming them with lots of general information, his down-to-earth class concentrates on unknown techniques for passing the entrance examination and how to live a good life in these turbulent times. His refreshing outlook and strategy may just be what is needed to turn around the future prospects of himself and his students, and teach the rest of us a thing or two as well!