Drama Four Gifts Information

Four Gifts
  • Drama Title: Four Gifts
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 24
  • Summary: 

    Dedicated queens fight hard in the workplace, but how do they find a tough enough man worthy of being their other half?

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Four Gifts
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Dedicated queens fight hard in the workplace, but how do they find a tough enough man worthy of being their other half?

Taipei Exchanges
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Doris always wanted to have her own coffee-house. With the help of her sister, Joise, she opened "Doris's Cafe". After the first day of business, however, there are few customers for the coffee house and the coffee house becomes cluttered with many useless gifts brought by friends and former colleges. Later, when customers start to ask about purchasing some of the items, Joise suggested a bartering system for the store. Business goes up as people linger to decide what to exchange. Later, customers began to share their personal stories with Doris in the coffee house as well.

The Treasury of Loyal Retainers
The Treasury of Loyal Retainers

The true incidents that led to the vendetta of the 47 masterless samurai are briefly given here. A provincial lord (daimyô) named Asano Naganori was entrusted with the reception of an imperial envoy. He sought guidance in this matter from a more senior lord named Kira Yoshinaka, but he failed to provide the 'gifts' that were expected in such a situation. Kira was therefore displeased with Asano and taunted him, making him draw his sword inside the shogun's palace. The shogun was so outeaged by this act that he ordered Asano to commit seppuku and confiscated all his lands. His household was disbanded and his retainers were made rônin (masterless samurai). 47 of these men, however, includin their former chief Ôishi Kuranosuke, plotted to avenge their lord's death by killing Kira. In the twelfth month of 1703 the 47 retainers successfully attacked Kira's mansion in Edo and took his head. Taking it to Sengaku-ji, the Buddhist temple where lord Asano was buried, they presented it before their lord's grave and then took their own lives by seppuku.