History Animation / EmpressChung

5th Dec '15 2:07:33 AM Morgenthaler
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Commented out Zero Context Examples.
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!''Empress Chung'' has examples of: * AlphaBitch: Pengduk's Mom.
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!''Empress ---- !!''Empress Chung'' has examples of: * %%* AlphaBitch: Pengduk's Mom.

* AuthorAppeal * FairyTale * HeroicSacrifice
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* %%* AuthorAppeal * %%* FairyTale * %%* HeroicSacrifice

* NonHumanSidekick: Danchu, Gai, and Teobong.
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* %%* NonHumanSidekick: Danchu, Gai, and Teobong.
5th Dec '15 1:47:40 AM Morgenthaler
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Properly alligned the image.
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http://static.[[quoteright:204:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/empress-chung-poster.jpg %%[[caption-width:204:some caption text]]jpg]]
26th Aug '14 3:59:12 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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The animation was done in North and South Korea by Creator/{{AKOM}} (in South Korea) and The Chosun April 26th Children Film Studio (also known as StudioSEK in North Korea), and the score was also recorded in the North by the Pyongyang Film and Broadcasting Orchestra. In a move unusual for the Korean film industry, the character voices were recorded in both the South and the North due to differences in dialect. For the definitive international release version, the South Korean dub is the one used.
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The animation was done in North and South Korea by Creator/{{AKOM}} (in South Korea) and The Chosun April 26th Children Film Studio (also known as StudioSEK Creator/StudioSEK in North Korea), and the score was also recorded in the North by the Pyongyang Film and Broadcasting Orchestra. In a move unusual for the Korean film industry, the character voices were recorded in both the South and the North due to differences in dialect. For the definitive international release version, the South Korean dub is the one used.
15th Aug '13 10:01:50 PM nombretomado
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The animation was done in North and South Korea by {{AKOM}} (in South Korea) and The Chosun April 26th Children Film Studio (also known as StudioSEK in North Korea), and the score was also recorded in the North by the Pyongyang Film and Broadcasting Orchestra. In a move unusual for the Korean film industry, the character voices were recorded in both the South and the North due to differences in dialect. For the definitive international release version, the South Korean dub is the one used.
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The animation was done in North and South Korea by {{AKOM}} Creator/{{AKOM}} (in South Korea) and The Chosun April 26th Children Film Studio (also known as StudioSEK in North Korea), and the score was also recorded in the North by the Pyongyang Film and Broadcasting Orchestra. In a move unusual for the Korean film industry, the character voices were recorded in both the South and the North due to differences in dialect. For the definitive international release version, the South Korean dub is the one used.
9th Aug '12 2:08:01 AM FELH2
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fixed Namespace
Fourteen years later, Chung lives in the countryside with her father Hakku. She is the favorite girl in the village. She loves her father so much that she is willing to do anything which will help him regain his sight. When a sea monster troubling the ocean makes the waters so rough that the fishermen can't fish, Chung's devotion to her father is tested. If she [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices herself]] to appease the gods and restore calm to the sea, the fishermen promise her father 300 bags of rice as an offering to Buddha, who will then restore his sight.
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Fourteen years later, Chung lives in the countryside with her father Hakku. She is the favorite girl in the village. She loves her father so much that she is willing to do anything which will help him regain his sight. When a sea monster troubling the ocean makes the waters so rough that the fishermen can't fish, Chung's devotion to her father is tested. If she [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices herself]] to appease the gods and restore calm to the sea, the fishermen promise her father 300 bags of rice as an offering to Buddha, who will then restore his sight. sight.

* AnimationBump: Contains some of AKOM's best animation outside of TheSimpsonsMovie
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* AnimationBump: Contains some of AKOM's best animation outside of TheSimpsonsMovieWesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie
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