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ESC to close 3.31 (by 109 users)haken no hinkaku
  • 2007
  • TV
  • Japan

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romanized haken no hinkaku
native
english The Pride Of The Temp (literal)
aka haken's dignity

Genres

genres comedy, drama, life, work, friendship

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format TV
network NTV (Nippon TV, 日本テレビ)

Release

date 10 Jan, 2007 - 14 Mar, 2007
episodes 10
duration 54 minutes
air day Wednesday
at 22:00 - 22:54
status released

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avg. score 3.31 of 5 by 109 users
total users 193
rating 361
favorites 2

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Synopsis

There are two types of workers in Japan -- regular and temporary workers (haken). Oomae Haruko is a cold hearted haken ranked as A+. She starts to work in a new marketing division with manager Satonaka and other coworkers. But regulars hate haken. How will the relationships among them develop?

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Oomae Haruko
main
Mori Miyuki
supporting
Kuroiwa Masako
supporting
Satonaka Kensuke
supporting
Shouji Takeshi
supporting
Asano Tsutomu
supporting

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pontica 01 Feb, 2015
If you're looking for adventure, obvious romance, obvious comedy, melodrama and such, don't watch this.

I believe this is a series for adults to understand, it is a very good slice of life drama about people's perspective on work.

I remember my first job when I worked like a slave for 11 months and endured things that I shouldn't have, I had to keep my mouth shut while weird things were going on around me, and I was accused of things I've never even thought about doing. It was a job that showed me the cruelty of today's society that scared me and pushed me to the verge of depression. Yet, after a few years I've managed to find the one thing I really love doing and that I'm good at, and even if I'm working my ass off now as a volunteer, in the years to come I will build my own path doing what I can do best.

^ This is why I think this drama is a masterpiece. It showed me some precious info about how to strive when there's no one around to give you a helping hand or at least an advice. We are stronger than we know, and that's a fact.
I really think doing what you love means you won't work one day in your life, so I really think that the motto of the main character
"working means living"
is true.

So, I gave this 5 stars for its precious life lessons.
sayitaintsojoe 21 Jul, 2013
I liked it. I don't think it deserved it's 21% ratings, but it was still good and very enjoyable. I guess the ratings were so high because it deals with a subject that a lot of Japanese people deal with - temp work. I'm glad I watched it though.
galeana 24 Feb, 2013
I did not like it. Every episode was basicaly the same. During watching this piece I realized how much is work promoted in some dramas and that probably made me kind of hate it (during this show I also watched a documentary about stress from work in Japan, so that also did not really help).
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