The Queen's Classroom (2005) poster

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  • Drama: The Queen's Classroom
  • Country: Japan
  • Episodes: 11
  • Aired: Jul 2, 2005 - Sep 17, 2005
  • Aired On: Saturday
  • Original Network: NTV
  • Duration: 45 min.
  • Genres: School, Drama
  • Tags: Elementary School, Teacher, Child Abuse
  • Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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  • Score: 8.3 (scored by 963 users)
  • Ranked: #784
  • Popularity: #1704
  • Watchers: 2,366

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The Japanese version is actually the original version. It's good. I just preferred the Korean version. There's some differences with the storytelling. I recommend you watch both. One of the best dramas I've seen.
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Both drama deal with school life and bullying.But Queen's Classroom is more realistic, intense, significant and has a wonderful story.
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Firstly, both dramas are presenting school life from the students' perspective. They make it in a comedy-driven way, but they are also serious and deep in some depicted situations. Especially, when you consider the problems of acceptance by other classmates. That's why, there are some motives of bullying in both of them, more visible in "Nobuta wo produce".

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Finally, episodes in both dramas are construced in the same scheme, IDEA => PROBLEM => SOLUTION. So there are specific subjects which the stories are devoted to, but every episode is a stand-alone story strongly connected to the main plot.
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Both about school life and the impact a teacher can have on the lives of the students
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