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The family spent its first night together in Kashiwazaki watching Winter Sonata, a popular South Korean soap opera. The Marriage Project, as the matchmaking scheme came to be known, culminated in May, 1977, when the entire group got married, one by one, in the course of a week. And a Japanese passport granted the holder access to virtually any country on Earth.