Drama Plage Information

Plage
  • Drama Title: Plage
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama
  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 2017
  • Total Episodes: 5
  • Summary: 

    Takao (Gen Hoshino) is a 32-year-old employee at a travel agency. He is bored with his life and not good at his job or finding love. He decides to go somewhere new for a change and he ends up taking a stimulant drug without knowing. Takao is arrested and receives probation. He is also fired from his job. Making things worse for Takao, a fire erupts at his home. Takeo then moves into the share house Plage. There, he gets involved with various disturbances created by its residents.

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Takao (Gen Hoshino) is a 32-year-old employee at a travel agency. He is bored with his life and not good at his job or finding love. He decides to go somewhere new for a change and he ends up taking a stimulant drug without knowing. Takao is arrested and receives probation. He is also fired from his job. Making things worse for Takao, a fire erupts at his home. Takeo then moves into the share house Plage. There, he gets involved with various disturbances created by its residents.

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