Drama Oni no Sumika Information

Oni no Sumika
  • Drama Title: Oni no Sumika
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama
  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 1999
  • Total Episodes: 11
  • Summary: 

    After a car accident kills both her parents, 16-year-old Ayumi (Fukada) and her brother are adopted by their aunt and uncle respectively. Their nightmares begin after they move in with the two families. Ayumi is forced to quit school and work in Water Inn, which is owned by her aunt's husband, who seems to be filled with hatred for Ayumi. In the inn, Ayumi is surrounded by people who seems to either hate her or dislike her. Her only friend is Ri (Chen) who is an illegal foreign worker. When she runs into troubles, she has 3 guardian angels who takes turn to help her: her aunt, Ri, and Sasaoka Yuzuru, the son of a politician and who has a promising future. Yuzuru's interest in her, however, incurs the jealousy of her cousin and the wrath of her uncle who loves his own daughter Yuriko (Nakamura) very much. In the meanwhile, she also has to find ways to bring her brother under her own protection, after she finds out that the Aomori family does not welcome him at all... --Le Chateau de Jo

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