Episode 31: The Takahara Clinic is losing patients.
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Episode 230: Hatsuko returns home to Ise.
Sasaki Shinichi watches his childhood friend Tanaka Yukino receive the death sentence in court. Shinichi’s intuition tells him that Yukino is not the real criminal. Wanting to save Yukino, he goes to meet the different people who know her, but hears about her bitter past wherever he goes.
In episode 29 of Seoul 1945 Dong Woo and Ke Hee finish up hosting a party. Suk Kyung tries to ask the Yi family to help her.
A list of some good Japanese screenwriters.
12 years ago, Nakamura Keisuke’s mother was falsely accused for the murder of one of the children at her nursery. While the police investigations began to pick up its pace at the time, one TV show covered the incident making it all seem like she’s the actual murderer. Eventually, from all the pressure, his mother commits suicide. This is a story of revenge and pinning down those who had forced his mother into such a unfortunate situation.
I’m currently collaborating together with amrayu of SARS Fansubs to bring you revised subtitles of Kamisama mou Sukoshi dake.
Masaki is a fan of the music producer Keigo. After losing her ticket to one of his concerts she is desperate for money, and decides to sell herself. Later she finds out that she’s contracted HIV.
AvistaZ as a site itself may be good, but how staff behave is horrible; looking down on new users, bad sarcasm, inside jokes. It’s like a company with very bad customer service.
Aizawa Hinata is a high school counselor who provides support to students with school and family problems. This is motivated by the warped relationship she had with her over-controlling mother which she could not discuss with anyone. One day, a male student who has not been attending school confesses that he likes her. However, he dies mysteriously the next day. Hinata takes action to determine the cause of his death and learns that the boy suffered insidious bullying at school and excessive meddling by his mother. He had a record of delinquency and kept rough company. Hinata is hounded by his mother who believes that she is responsible for her son’s suicide, and is driven to the verge of breaking down.