Good Life Thank You Papa Goodbye

(Japanese TV Series)
Good Life Thank You Papa Goodbye (DVD) Japanese TV Series
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Good Life Thank You Papa Goodbye

Good Life Thank You Papa Goodbye

  • Video
  • NTSC Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : Good Life Thank You Papa Goodbye / グッドライフ〜ありがとう、パパ。さよなら〜
  • Also known as : Good Life~Arigato, Papa. Sayonara~
  • Episode : 1~11end
  • TV Station / Studio : Japan Fuji TV
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2011
  • Listing date : 13 Jul 2011
  • Disc Qty : 3 pcs
  • Weight : 230(g)

  • Directed by
  • Miyake Yoshishige , Shiraki Keiichiro
  • Cast by
  • Sorimachi Takashi , Igawa Haruka , Kabe Amon , Eikura Nana , Ihara Tsuyoshi , Kaga Takeshi
  • Synopsis
  • The basis for the drama is the novel “Kashikogi” by author Cho Chang-in, which has sold 2 million copies in Korea since its publication in 2000. It has already been adapted as a television drama and a stage play in that country. On February 4, Shogakukan is publishing the book in Japan under the title “Good Life.” Sorimachi plays the part of Daichi Sawamoto, a newspaper reporter who has always prioritized his work over his family. When his wife suddenly leaves him, he finally notices the love he has been receiving from his son. Just as he decides to answer back, it is discovered that his son has leukemia. --Tokyograph

  • Synopsis
  • The basis for the drama is the novel “Kashikogi” by author Cho Chang-in, which has sold 2 million copies in Korea since its publication in 2000. It has already been adapted as a television drama and a stage play in that country. On February 4, Shogakukan is publishing the book in Japan under the title “Good Life.” Sorimachi plays the part of Daichi Sawamoto, a newspaper reporter who has always prioritized his work over his family. When his wife suddenly leaves him, he finally notices the love he has been receiving from his son. Just as he decides to answer back, it is discovered that his son has leukemia. --Tokyograph