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Linda Linda Linda
  • Drama Title: Linda Linda Linda
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama, Music
  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 2005
  • Total Episodes: 0
  • Summary: 

    Only three days before their high school festival, guitarist Kei (Yu Kashii), drummer Kyoko (Aki Maeda), and bassist Nozumi (Shiori Sekine) are forced to recruit a new lead vocalist for their band. They choose Korean exchange student Son (Bae Doo-Na), though her comprehension of Japanese is a bit rough! It’s a race against time as the group struggles to learn three tunes for the festival’s rock concert—including a classic '80s punk-pop song by the Japanese group The Blue Hearts called “Linda Linda”...

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