Haruka Seventeen

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Haruka 17
Haruka17logo.png
Logo from TV Asahi's Haruka 17 drama
はるか17
(Haruka Sebuntiin)
Genre Drama, comedy
Manga
Written by Sayuka Yamazaki
Published by Kodansha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Weekly Morning
Original run 20042006
Volumes 13
Television drama
Original network TV Asahi
Original run July 1, 2005September 16, 2005
Episodes 10
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Haruka Seventeen (はるか17?, Haruka Sebuntiin) is a seinen manga by Sakuya Yamazaki which was serialized by Kodansha in Weekly Morning from 2004 to 2006. It was adapted into a live-action TV drama which aired on TV Asahi in 2005.

Plot[edit]

Haruka is about to graduate from a first-rate college and is looking for work, but no one wants to hire her. Faced with the prospect of becoming a "shuushoku rounin" she lowers her expectations and applies at a tiny talent agency for a job as an agent. When she shows up for the interview, it's like no interview she's ever had before. She's asked all sorts of embarrassing questions and asked to say lines in front of a camera.

Later she finds out that they thought she was interviewing to become a talent, and the agent position she wanted has already been given away. However, they think she has that special quality that can make someone a star. She refuses at first but gives in. Thus starts Haruka's career in the entertainment industry.[1]

TV Drama[edit]

Cast[edit]

Staff[edit]

  • Directors - 片山修, 常廣丈太, 木村政和
  • Producers - 桑田潔, 平部隆明
  • Screenwriter - Youko Nagata (永田優子 Nagata Youko)
  • Music - Kei'ichi Miyako (都啓一 Miyako Kei'ichi)

Reception[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ From Manga Fox

External links[edit]