History Animation / RobotTaekwonV

15th Oct '17 3:36:59 PM starofjusticev21
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* Robot Taekwon V vs. Golden Wings Showdown - July 26, 1978 [[note]] Crossover with another animated superhero movie, ''Goldwing 1 2 3'', which '''has''' seen release in the US as ''Goldwing'' [[/note]]

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* Robot Taekwon V vs. Golden Wings Showdown - July 26, 1978 [[note]] Crossover with another animated superhero movie, ''Goldwing 1 2 3'', which '''has''' seen saw release in the US as ''Goldwing'' [[/note]]
15th Oct '17 9:24:16 AM starofjusticev21
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* Robot Taekwon V vs. Golden Wings Showdown - July 26, 1978

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* Robot Taekwon V vs. Golden Wings Showdown - July 26, 19781978 [[note]] Crossover with another animated superhero movie, ''Goldwing 1 2 3'', which '''has''' seen release in the US as ''Goldwing'' [[/note]]
24th Feb '17 9:34:31 AM Ominae
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The series is one of the first few franchises in South Korea to start the Super Robot trend in Korean fiction.
11th Jan '17 8:52:44 PM Ominae
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!!!Tropes used by Robot Taekwon V:

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!!!Tropes !!Tropes used by Robot Taekwon V:
8th Dec '16 1:05:43 AM Xtifr
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Robot Taekwon V (released in America as ''Voltar The Invincible'') was a 1976 South Korean animated film that inspired many sequels and comic books. In Japan it's known as a Anime/MazingerZ ripoff, but the creator Kim Cheong-gi freely admits that it directly inspired him and mentions that Mazinger Z is popular in South Korea.[[note]]It's also important to note that South Korean laws enacted in the Cold War forbade any South Korean from legitimately purchasing/obtaining Japanese-made media, including video games. The laws were removed in 1990 after Seoul and Tokyo began to establish and improve foreign relations between each other, with the exception of not allowing Japanese shows and music to be aired anywhere in South Korea. UsefulNotes/{{Seoul}}, however, has made suggestions that a gradual lifting of the ban will be done eventually. As of 2010s, there are no signs of a ban of Japanese media product left, minus some episodes of Kid's show being censored or localized when they contain too much Japanese traditions.[[/note]]

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Robot ''Robot Taekwon V V'' (released in America as ''Voltar The Invincible'') was a 1976 South Korean animated film that inspired many sequels and comic books. In Japan it's known as a Anime/MazingerZ ripoff, but the creator Kim Cheong-gi freely admits that it directly inspired him and mentions that Mazinger Z is popular in South Korea.[[note]]It's also important to note that South Korean laws enacted in the Cold War forbade any South Korean from legitimately purchasing/obtaining Japanese-made media, including video games. The laws were removed in 1990 after Seoul and Tokyo began to establish and improve foreign relations between each other, with the exception of not allowing Japanese shows and music to be aired anywhere in South Korea. UsefulNotes/{{Seoul}}, however, has made suggestions that a gradual lifting of the ban will be done eventually. As of 2010s, there are no signs of a ban of Japanese media product left, minus some episodes of Kid's show being censored or localized when they contain too much Japanese traditions.[[/note]]
13th Oct '16 1:47:39 PM Cieloazul
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A MadScientist named Dr. Kaff builds giant robots to kidnap world-famous athletes and use their powers to TakeOverTheWorld. Dr. Kim makes a super robot to fight Dr. Kaff's robots sent from the Red Empire. His eldest son Kim Hoon, a young taekwondo champion, must use his martial arts skills to pilot it. He is joined by his ActionGirlfriend Yoon Yeong in the fight against evil.

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A MadScientist named Dr. Kaff builds giant robots to kidnap world-famous athletes and use their powers to TakeOverTheWorld. Dr. Kim makes a super robot to fight Dr. Kaff's robots sent from the Red Empire. His eldest son Kim Hoon, a young taekwondo UsefulNotes/{{Taekwondo}} champion, must use his martial arts skills to pilot it. He is joined by his ActionGirlfriend Yoon Yeong in the fight against evil.
24th Jul '16 9:28:49 PM Beatlemania
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In short: A [[UsefulNotes/{{SouthKorea}} Korean]] ripoff of another mecha show, that [[GrowingTheBeard grew the beard]] and [[TropeMakers made something of itself.]] [[note]]It should be mentioned that Koreans today, especially the younger generation who are aware of the fact that this was a ripoff consider this a disgrace and criticize any kind of movement trying to paint it otherwise.[[/note]]

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In short: A [[UsefulNotes/{{SouthKorea}} Korean]] ripoff of another mecha show, that [[GrowingTheBeard grew the beard]] and [[TropeMakers made something of itself.]] [[note]]It should be mentioned that Koreans today, especially the younger generation who are aware of the fact that this was a ripoff ripoff, consider this a disgrace and criticize any kind of movement trying to paint it otherwise.[[/note]]
24th Jul '16 9:27:38 PM Beatlemania
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In short: Another Korean ripoff of another mecha show, that [[GrowingTheBeard grew the beard]] and [[TropeMakers made something of itself.]]

Robot Taekwon V (released in America as ''Voltar The Invincible'') was a 1976 South Korean animated film that inspired many sequels and comic books. In Japan it's known as a Anime/MazingerZ ripoff, but the creator Kim Cheong-gi freely admits that it directly inspired him and mentions that Mazinger Z is popular in South Korea.[[note]]It's also important to note that South Korean laws enacted in the Cold War forbade any South Korean from legitimately purchasing/obtaining Japanese-made media, including video games. The laws were removed in 1990 after Seoul and Tokyo began to establish and improve foreign relations between each other, with the exception of not allowing Japanese shows and music to be aired anywhere in South Korea. Seoul, however, has made suggestions that a gradual lifting of the ban will be done eventually.[[/note]]

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In short: Another Korean A [[UsefulNotes/{{SouthKorea}} Korean]] ripoff of another mecha show, that [[GrowingTheBeard grew the beard]] and [[TropeMakers made something of itself.]]

]] [[note]]It should be mentioned that Koreans today, especially the younger generation who are aware of the fact that this was a ripoff consider this a disgrace and criticize any kind of movement trying to paint it otherwise.[[/note]]

Robot Taekwon V (released in America as ''Voltar The Invincible'') was a 1976 South Korean animated film that inspired many sequels and comic books. In Japan it's known as a Anime/MazingerZ ripoff, but the creator Kim Cheong-gi freely admits that it directly inspired him and mentions that Mazinger Z is popular in South Korea.[[note]]It's also important to note that South Korean laws enacted in the Cold War forbade any South Korean from legitimately purchasing/obtaining Japanese-made media, including video games. The laws were removed in 1990 after Seoul and Tokyo began to establish and improve foreign relations between each other, with the exception of not allowing Japanese shows and music to be aired anywhere in South Korea. Seoul, UsefulNotes/{{Seoul}}, however, has made suggestions that a gradual lifting of the ban will be done eventually.eventually. As of 2010s, there are no signs of a ban of Japanese media product left, minus some episodes of Kid's show being censored or localized when they contain too much Japanese traditions.[[/note]]
19th Jul '15 4:57:29 PM nombretomado
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Robot Taekwon V (released in America as ''Voltar The Invincible'') was a 1976 South Korean animated film that inspired many sequels and comic books. In Japan it's known as a MazingerZ ripoff, but the creator Kim Cheong-gi freely admits that it directly inspired him and mentions that Mazinger Z is popular in South Korea.[[note]]It's also important to note that South Korean laws enacted in the Cold War forbade any South Korean from legitimately purchasing/obtaining Japanese-made media, including video games. The laws were removed in 1990 after Seoul and Tokyo began to establish and improve foreign relations between each other, with the exception of not allowing Japanese shows and music to be aired anywhere in South Korea. Seoul, however, has made suggestions that a gradual lifting of the ban will be done eventually.[[/note]]

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Robot Taekwon V (released in America as ''Voltar The Invincible'') was a 1976 South Korean animated film that inspired many sequels and comic books. In Japan it's known as a MazingerZ Anime/MazingerZ ripoff, but the creator Kim Cheong-gi freely admits that it directly inspired him and mentions that Mazinger Z is popular in South Korea.[[note]]It's also important to note that South Korean laws enacted in the Cold War forbade any South Korean from legitimately purchasing/obtaining Japanese-made media, including video games. The laws were removed in 1990 after Seoul and Tokyo began to establish and improve foreign relations between each other, with the exception of not allowing Japanese shows and music to be aired anywhere in South Korea. Seoul, however, has made suggestions that a gradual lifting of the ban will be done eventually.[[/note]]
1st Jun '15 7:16:45 PM nombretomado
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** May or may not in fact be the TropeMaker. The show came out two years before ''{{Daimos}}'', the anime which is usually credited with inventing the concept. It seems some things really were [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia invented in Korea...]]

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** May or may not in fact be the TropeMaker. The show came out two years before ''{{Daimos}}'', ''{{Anime/Daimos}}'', the anime which is usually credited with inventing the concept. It seems some things really were [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia invented in Korea...]]
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