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Robo-G
  • Drama Title: Robo-G
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  • Status:  Completed           
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  • Total Episodes: 1
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    The story revolves around a team of three at a small electronics maker, who receive an order from the company president to develop a robot for the purpose of getting the company more exposure. However, one week before their planned announcement at a robotics expo, their robot gets destroyed, so in order to save face they decide to take the stage with an old man in a robot suit. Unexpectedly, their "robot" receives huge acclaim and fame.

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