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Nana Seino (清野菜名)
婚姻届に判を捺しただけですが 혼인 신고서에 도장을 찍었을 뿐인데 只是在結婚申請書上蓋個章而已
75min × 1ep / 60min × 9eps｜10eps
Akiha extols the virtues of the single life and has no desire for marriage. But then she encounters a sudden proposal from Shu, a handsome company man whom she just met. Shu has an urgent need to be officially designated as “married” when he floats the fake marriage proposal. For her part, Akiha is hurting for the money to care for her sick grandmother and keep her family business afloat. So a bargain is struck. Shu agrees to take over her debts if she will marry him. After a rocky start, however, Akiha gradually finds herself drawn to Shu’s kind and gentle nature. But then she learns the true reason behind their marriage in this disarmingly poignant romantic comedy about love built on a lie.
コウノドリ 產科醫鴻鳥 고우노도리
75 min × 2 eps / 60 min × 8 eps｜10 episodes
Giving birth is not an illness. So naturally, it is not covered by standard medical insurance. People who work in maternity wards don’t treat injuries or cure disease. In fact, a professional doctor, an obstetrician, need not be present at a childbirth. But when complications arise, giving birth can become a life-or-death matter. Sakura Konotori lost his mother at his own birth and, as a result, grew up in an orphanage. Now he works as an obstetrician fueled by a deep love and yearning to “celebrate each and every baby that comes into the world”. But he is also something of a mystery, leading another life as a concert pianist who goes by the nickname “Baby” and plays with a passion that borders on brilliance. A delicate and realistic portrayal about the front lines of childbirth, Storks delivers a heartwarming drama that reflects upon the meaning and miracle of life.
ウロボロス〜この愛こそ、正義 우로보로스 ～이 사랑이야말로, 정의 無間雙龍〜這份愛才是正義
75 min x 1 ep / 60min x 9 eps｜10 episodes
Based on the eponymous bestselling comic book that has sold over 2 million copies as of November, 2014, Ouroboros as a television series reunites the acting tandem of Toma Ikuta and Shun Oguri after 8 years as Ikuo and Tatsuya, two kindred spirits placed in opposite circumstances. With a host of quixotically humorous characters, stylish action scenes, unpredictable thrills and spills, here is a new kind of drama about an irreplaceable friendship loaded with high morals and entertainment value suited to men, women, boys and girls of all ages.
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.
桜蘭高校ホスト部 오란고교 호스트부 櫻蘭高校男公關部
30 min x 11 eps｜11 episodes
The setting is one of Japan’s most prestigious private high schools, Ouran Academy, with a student body made up of scions of the country’s rich and famous. It is also home to an extracurricular club made up of “beautiful” boys called the Ouran High Host Club. The story begins with the only penniless boy in the school, Haruhi Fujioka, making his way into the school on academic merit alone, and unwittingly stumbling into Ouran High Host Club membership. Having found himself saddled with enormous debt, Haruhi is ordered by the club’s leader, Tamaki, to make his debut as a host. But the problem is… Haruhi’s actually a girl.