Kotaro Koizumi  attended an interview on the 17th in Tokyo, starring the TV Tokyo drama "How to Cure the Hospital-Dr. Arihara's Challenge" [starting on the 20th, Monday at 10:00 pm].
The story of a doctor struggling to rebuild a hospital on the verge of bankruptcy is based on a true story.
Early in the morning, the first boy was born between his brother Shinjiro Koizumi  and free announcer Christel Takizawa . When Koizumi finished his report, the meeting was wrapped in a festive mood, and co-star Masanobu Takashima  stated, "If you meet someone who was born someday," When you were born, I was with my uncle. Was doing such a great drama. "Congratulations." Miyoko Asada  celebrated with a smile, saying, "I wish I could be born at Arihara Hospital [the stage of the drama]!"
This work has the aspect of a management drama that depicts hospital reconstruction in the medical genre. Koizumi, who struggled with the enormous amount of dialogue, laughed, "Oh, it was tight." Manami Konishi  The scene with his wife playing seemed to be a moment of breath, and Konishi revealed that Koizumi said, "I was lucky because I did not need to talk, or healed me." Also, as I said earlier, "I will live passionately even as an uncle," I'll support him with his uncle Kotaro! It's a support mood anyway. " "Thank you," she shook her head.
In a drama, Koizumi plays a hot-blooded doctor with the nickname of "Runaway Express", so what if I wanted to add a catchphrase to myself? There was a scene where I was asked. Looking back at the moment when his child was born, Takashima said, "I had a mysterious feeling that I had to protect it. I had a human heart. I finally felt like a human." Has become my catchphrase. After hearing this, Koizumi piggybacked, "I'm my uncle."