Gokusen (live-action TV 2)

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Alternative title:
ごくせん (Japanese)
Themes: school, yakuza
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Kumiko "Yankumi" Yamaguchi moves to a new school - Kurogin High School - to teach yet another class of delinquent boys. Once again, she must help solve the problems of her students; at the same time, make sure that nobody in the school knows her ties with the Oedo Group.
Number of episodes: 10
Episode titles: We have 10
Vintage:
2005-01-15 to 2005-03-19
2005-10-16 to 2005-12-25 (USA - KSCI LA-18)
Ending Theme:
"No More Cry" by D-51
Official website:
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 3
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original Manga: Kozueko Morimoto

Theme Song Performance: Kazuya Kamenashi ("Kizuna")
Jin Akanishi as Hayato Yabuki
Kazuya Kamenashi as Ryu Odagiri
Yukie Nakama as Kumiko "Yankumi" Yamaguchi

Hiroshi Ryogoku as Makoto Sugawara
Jun Inoue as Ginji Kurokawa
Katsuhisa Namase as Goro Sawatari(Kurogin Gakuen Vice Principal)
Keisuke Koide as Kosuke Hyuuga
Ken Kaneko as Tetsu Asakura
Ken Utsui as Ryuuichiro Kuroda
Kenji Anan as Kozo Wakamatsu
Mikihisa Azuma as Masayoshi Baba
Mokomichi Hayami as Hikaru Tsuchiya
Otoha as Hitomi Hakucho
Shinji Uchiyama as Minoru Tatsukawa
Teppei Koike as Keita Takeda
Tomohiro Waki as Teruo "Kuma" Kumai

Fuyuki Moto as Takashi Kameyama
Hideo Ishiguro as Taku Yabuki(Hayato's brother; ep 8)
Katsuya Kobayashi as Kudo(eps 3, 10)
Magii as Shinji Inomata
Shosuke Tanihara as Takuma Kyuujou
Toshiya Saki as Taichi Inuzaka
Yukiko Ikeda as Sayuri Wanibuchi
Japanese companies
Music Production: Pony Canyon
English staff
English companies
Translation: J.K. Ishii
Broadcaster: KSCI LA-18 (Los Angeles, CA)
English cast
(none)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
(none)
Tagalog cast
Charmaine Cordoviz as Kumiko "Yankumi" Yamaguchi
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