Drama Let Me Call You Father-in-law (Otousan to Yobasete ) Information

Let Me Call You Father-in-law (Otousan to Yobasete )
  • Drama Title: Let Me Call You Father-in-law (Otousan to Yobasete )
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama, home comedy
  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 2016
  • Total Episodes: 9
  • Summary: 

    Daidoji Tamotsu is a 51-year-old single man who works as a department manager at a mid-size trading company. Though is an honest man with a sincere heart, he has been so focused on his career that he has never had the chance or opportunity to meet a woman for marriage. However, things drastically change when Tamotsu meets Miran, a 23-year-old woman with a charming smile and warm personality. Despite their age gap, the two fell in love and hope to marry each other. Hanazawa Kiichiro, also a 51-year-old man, has a wife and three children. Kiichiro has made his way to the top of the proverbial corporate ladder quicker than anyone else and now works as an executive at a leading trading company. One day, Kiichiro meets his daughter's boyfriend, and that is... Tamotsu. Now, the two 51-year-old men who have nothing in common except their age begin a merciless battle as "daughter's potential husband" and "potential future father-in-law"!

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