Sunao ni Narenakute
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|Sunao ni Narenakute|
|Opening theme||Hard to say I love you: Iidasenakute by WEAVER|
Great DJ by the Ting Tings
|Ending theme||Sunao ni Narenakute by Sugawara Sayuri|
|Country of origin||Japan|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||11|
|Running time||47 minutes per episode|
|Original network||Fuji TV|
|Picture format||NTSC, 1080i HDTV|
|Original release||April 15 –|
June 24, 2010
Nakajima looks up to his father, who was a war photographer, but can only get a job as an assistant for gravure magazines. Mizuno is a provisional high school teacher, currently on probation. Nishimura is Mizuno's best friend, whose boyfriend has been avoiding her since she discovered she was pregnant. Ichihara works at a magazine where he is being blackmailed into sexual favours by his chief editor. Park, on Twitter, takes on the persona of a doctor, when he is actually working at a company that sells medical equipment to uninterested doctors, and at the same time, trying to take care of his younger sister.
This is a story about the blossoming friendship of five young people who were brought together by Twitter, and their journey to finding honesty with each other and with themselves.
- Eita as Keisuke Nakajima/"Nakaji"
- Juri Ueno as Tsukiko Mizuno/"Haru"
- Megumi Seki as Hikaru Nishimura/"Peach"
- Tetsuji Tamayama as Kaoru Ichihara/"Linda"
- Kim Jaejoong as Park Seon-soo/"Doctor"
- Haruka Kinami as Park Min-ha
- Yuichi Nakamura as Shu Mizuno
- Shogo Sakamoto as Kenta Matsujima
- Ryo Ryusei as Masafumi Takahashi
- Rina Aizawa as Yuki Maeda
- Eri Watanabe as Mariko Okuda
- Kenichi Yajima as Tomohiko Yamamoto
- Tetsushi Tanaka as Takashi Minehara
- Toshihide Tonesaku as Takafumi Shiraishi
- Mayumi Asaka as Misako Ichihara
- Haruka Igawa as Kiriko Yamamoto
- Jun Fubuki as Sachiko Mizuno
|Date||Episode||Rating (Kanto Region)|
Source: Video Research, Ltd.
- Screenwriter: Eriko Kitagawa
- Directors: Mitsuno Michio and Nishisaka Mizuki
| Fuji TV Mokuyou Gekijou Drama
April 15, 2010 – June 24, 2010