Young Black Jack Special (J-Drama) (2011)

    Young Black Jack Special (J-Drama) (2011)
  • Title : Young Black Jack Special (J-Drama) (2011)
  • Alternative Title(s) : Yangu Burakku Jakku
  • Hardsubbed or Softsubbed: Hardsubbed
  • English Subtitles: Yes
  • Date Aired (YYYY-MM-DD): April 23, 2011
  • More Info: http://asianmediawiki.com/Young_Black_Jack
  • Summary:

    The drama will be an original story about the past of the brilliant mercenary doctor Black Jack, during his days as a medical student. In particular, the story will address questions such as why Black Jack does not have a medical license, why he seeks such expensive fees for his services, and how he is connected to his fateful rival Dr. Kiriko.

    On Christmas day, a bomb explodes in a shopping mall. The explosion was perpetrated by a serial bomber. A 9-year-old boy Kuro Hazama and his mother Mitsuko (Naho Toda) are seriously and transfered to a university hospital.

    With the elite skills of surgeon Dr. Jontaro Honma (Masachika Ichimura), Kuro survives, but is shocked to learn his mother is in a coma. Dr. Honma tells Tokio that when medical science advances, Michiko might one day awake. Tokio decides then to become a doctor.

    15 years later, 24-year-old Kuro is a medical student and his mother is still in a coma. Kuro researches ways to awaken his mother. One day, on the street a medical student named Yuna (Riisa Naka) is about to give aid to a woman whose heart has suddenly stopped. But at that time, Kuro tells Yuna that there is a measure which should be done before giving cardiac aid. With Kuro’s advice, the woman’s life is saved. Meanwhile, Yuna’s father is the chief director at the university hospital. A few days later, Tokio and Yuna meet again. Yuna (whose father is the chief director at the university hospital) has become interested in Kuro. She discovers that Kuro, without a license, treats patients who were rejected from the hospital …

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