Production Profile: My Dear Daigoro
Title: My Dear Daigoro
Genre: Animation (Drama)
Rated: All Ages Admitted
Total Episodes: 13minX52episodes
Release Date: Pre-production complete
Category: 2D Digital Animation, TV Series
Copyright: Copyright © HANHO
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- Contact: Nam-Sik Seong
- Title: Creative Media Dept./ Planning Deputy Director
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Maho is a little shy boy who plays like a baby. One day, he sees a puffy haired thing is lying in the house. That thing is his new brother, Daigoro. Maho’s father went to the polluted woods and found Diagoro there. After seeing the little injured monkey, he decides to bring him home. From the moment of their first meeting, these two brothers have a continuous rivalry. The house turns into a battlefield! But, through their quarreling, friendship eventually begins to grow. Maho and his family, his friends and neighbor share with Daigoro their love and dreams full of hope.
- Story/Product Notes
The story is based on the Japanese book, ‘Thank You, Daigoro’. (Written by Otani Junko / Picture by Otani Age) The story is about Otani’s family who lives with Daigoro. Daigoro is a handicapped monkey who does not have legs and has only arms that ends at elbow. The family took care of Daigoro like a son, like a brother, like family. This touching story was broadcasted on television in the title of ‘Fly Daigoro’. Age’s wife Junko also wrote a book ‘Daigoro with The Wings of an Angel’ which was a smash hit. 100,000 copies of the book were sold in Japan.
- What do you think is the best part of this product?
Cheerful little monkey, Daigoro and a timid boy, Maho.
A heart-warm touching story of the two brothers!
Daigoro is an optimistic cheerful little monkey full of hope. Optimistic and positive strength give him not only the courage to make himself happy but also the power to fill others with hope and happiness.Taking care of his unsupportable little brother, Maho becomes sensible and overcomes the fear he has of the world.