Restol, The Special Rescue Squad (Korean TV)

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Alternative title:
Armed Rescue Team RESTOL 
RESTOL SRS 
RESTOL, The Full-Armed Rescue Squad 
Soukou Kyûjo Butai RESTOL (Japanese) 
رستول (Arabic) 
装甲救助部隊レストル (Japanese) 
레스톨 특수구조대 (Korean) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: mecha 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: It is the year 2035, a world filled with advanced science and technology, sophisticated computer systems, audio/video multimedia converstions,world government unification, network wars by hackers, and the future world controlled by one huge multinational company. A 14-year old named Kang Maru, a boy with excellent manuevering skills in a RESTOL simulation game, was chosen by GEONOID, a company with the task of protecting the earth against natural calamities, to pilot RESTOL 03, one of the 5 RESTOLs, to rescue people in different calamities. Now, he and his teammates faces different challenges in their duty, including being hacked their space-based rescue station R-SAT. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 26 
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1999-01-29 to 1999-07-23 (South Korea) 
Opening Theme:
"RESTOL!" by Han Gwan-Hee 
Ending Theme:
"FREEDOM" by Han Gwan-Hee 
Links: We have 5
Trivia: We have 1
Comment:
RESTOL, The Special Rescue Squad" is based on the korean animation demo film known as "Rescue 119. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
(none)
Takayuki Yamaguchi as Kang Maru 

Fumiko Orikasa as Mia 
Haruna Ikezawa as Punky 
Miki Nagasawa as Oming 
Nobuyuki Hiyama as Teo 

Iemasa Kayumi as Kou 
Tomohisa Asou as Victor 
Yuko Minaguchi as Reth 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster:
BS2 
NHK 
Copyright: Tooniverse 
Distributor: GAINAX 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
ABC-5 (Philippines) 
Arirang TV (Korea; cable) 
iaTV (US) 
Solar USA (Philippines) 
English cast
(none)
Korean staff
Korean cast
Chorus:
Gwan-Hee Han (OP/END) 
Hye-Mi Kang (OP/END) 
Hye-Won Lee (OP) 
Jeong-Il Ahn (END) 
Sang-Hyeon Shim (OP/END) 
Composition: Sang-Hyeon Shim (OP) 
Demo Director: JeSung Han 
Engineer:
Hyeok Yun (END) 
Jeong-Il Ahn (END) 
Environmental Design: JungSeok Haam 
In-Between Animation: Shin Junghye 
Instrumental (Electric Guitar): Kim Bong-Soo (OP/END) 
Theme Song Lyrics: Jeong-Il Ahn (OP/END) 
Vocals: Gwan-Hee Han 
Choi Won-Hyeong as Kang Maru 

Il Kim as Teo 
Kim Hye-Mi as Oming 
Kim Soo-Gyeong as Mia 
Seong Byeong-Sook as Punky 

Choi Byeong-Sang as
Heron/Lucifer 
Victor 
Choi Moon-Ja as Reth 
Gwang Jang as Kou 
Il Kim as Jin 
Kang Goo-Han as Kain 
Lee Jeong-Goo as Hanse 
Lim Eun-Jeong as Jei 
Korean companies
Maker: Seoul Movie 
Production Studio: Seoul Movie 
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