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Tomoko Yamaguchi (山口智子)
ハロー張りネズミ 헬로 하리네즈미 棘手的案件 盡管來
75 min × 1 ep / 60 min × 9 eps｜10 episodes
The “Akatsuka Detective Agency” sits nestled in a quiet residential district of Tokyo, Shimo-Akatsuka in Itabashi Ward. Goro and Gure are laid-back employees who are more often found kicking back in a snack bar downstairs called “Kirara”, fraternizing with its part-time barmaid, Moemi. One day, they hear a loud rapping on the ceiling above. By the third knock, they realize it’s the signal from agency chief, Kaoru Kaze, that there’s a new client! They rush upstairs to be cussed out by their boss who has been drinking since noon, but then turn their attention to the stranger in the room: a man named Kawada who is looking for his daughter whom he “lost” a month ago.
LEADERS 2 리더스 2 領導者們２
143 min × 1 ep｜1 episode
The year is 1934. Demand for the automobile is at last beginning to heat up some 10 plus years after the devastation of the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 had utterly destroyed shipping and distribution networks. Now, the likes of U.S auto making giants, Ford and General Motors, were looking to carve up the Japanese market for themselves with their foreign-made automobiles. Wataru Yamazaki is sales manager for “Hinode Motors”, a GM dealership in Aichi Prefecture. Resistant to the misguided American sales techniques being forced upon him, he constantly tries to offer suggestions, but who’s going to listen to a salesman at one little dealership? One his way home from Osaka one day, Yamazaki sees a stalled Chevrolet atop the Suzuka mountain pass being fixed by a mechanic in a suit: Saichiro Aichi. It marks the beginning of a long and rich relationship between two men who would go on to launch the first Aichi Motor Automobile Dealership.
LEADERS 前編・後編 LEADERS 전편・후편
149 min x 2 eps｜2 episodes
Prior to the start of World War II, Saichiro Aichi witnessed firsthand the technological prowess and industrial strength developing in the automotive industry of the US and Europe. Under Saichiro’s strong visionary leadership and the efforts of his team, a do-mestic passenger car is finally built just as the march of war is heard approaching. Saichiro’s group bides its time through a devastating war by building military trucks and machinery only to confront a dire depression upon war’s end, due to a financial re-trenchment policy by the Bank of Japan. Short on capital and troubled by labor strife, as well as personal illness, Saichiro and his men refuse to give up. Here is an inspiring tale about visionary men who through blood, sweat and tears and the spirit of “monozukuri” battled back from the brink of bankruptcy to build a Japanese auto company that would be the pride of the world.
60 min. x 12 eps.｜12 episodes
Wakaba is very concerned about her son’s entrance exams for elementary school. However, there are so many things that she does not know and is at a loss to help her son. Her frantic worrying makes mountains out of molehills and causes trouble for others, including her husband. This drama describes with a touch of comedy the trials and tribulations parents go through when it comes to their children’s education.
ダブル・キッチン 더블 키친 雙廚房
60 min. x 11 eps.｜11 episodes
Double Kitchen is a heartwarming situation comedy about a newlywed couple sharing a house with the husband’s parents in a suburb of Tokyo. Ordinary situations become hilarious cross-generational battlegrounds, as the wife and her mother-in-law pursue vastly different images of the ideal family.
結婚したい男たち 결혼하고픈 남자들 敗犬男人
60 min. x 12 eps.｜12 episodes
Three eligible bachelors meet three single women at a match-making party. The three men are doing everything they can to find the “right” partners. However, the three women feel that there is much more to life than just getting married, although they don’t want to be lonely. The series explores the meaning of marriage and raises questions about our old beliefs.