Jiro Kanzaki is an F3000 test driver blessed with acute sensitivity and breathtaking driving techniques. He’s a daredevil who feels no fear driving at speeds that even top racers dare not attempt. An altercation while racing in Europe forces him to return to Japan where he finds that he is no longer welcome to race with his old team because they now have younger and faster racers. Until he finds a new job as a racer, he goes home to live with his adoptive dad and sister who, he is surprised to see, are now running an orphanage. At first he doesn’t care about home life and the children living there but over time he grows fond of them and even becomes instrumental to their personal success and long-term happiness…and vice versa.
Having achieved his life-long dream of being a pilot, Hajime is first officer on an international jetliner and is now working to become a captain. He can’t seem to please Captain Koda, who has become an exacting taskmaster since an air incident many years ago. To complicate matters, he begins a relationship with stubborn and straight-talking mechanic, Ayumi, whose parents died many years ago in the plane crash for which Captain Koda feels he is responsible. What follows is a story of 21st century love, dreams, and passion.
City Hunter is a South Korean television drama series based on the Japanese manga series City Hunter, written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo, where the main character, Lee Yoon-seong, was trained by his father’s best friend in order to get revenge on the government for killing everyone in his father’s unit. One of the most critically acclaimed shows, be prepared for the twists and turns of a fantastic spy drama! Fun Fact: it was the most expensive television series produced in South Korea to date.
Six students at Kirin High School have the dream of becoming K-pop idols. During their school years, they learn how to develop their singing, songwriting and dancing skills while undergoing personal growth. They also go through their love life and start to develop feelings for each other. Each one of the students has his or her own strengths and weaknesses, but they strive to debut with the support and guidance of each other.