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3rd Aug '17 2:43:07 PM fergzilla
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Han-guk Manhwa Aenimeisyeon refers to UsefulNotes/{{South Korea}}n Animation. For Korean comic books, see {{Manhwa}}.

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Han-guk Manhwa Aenimeisyeon (Korean : 한국 만화 애니메이션) refers to UsefulNotes/{{South Korea}}n Animation. For Korean comic books, see {{Manhwa}}.
2nd Aug '17 5:10:13 PM fergzilla
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* ''Animation/{Miniforce}''

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* ''Animation/{Miniforce}''''Animation/{{Miniforce}}''
2nd Aug '17 5:09:29 PM fergzilla
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* ''Animation/Miniforce''

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* ''Animation/Miniforce''''Animation/{Miniforce}''
2nd Aug '17 5:08:27 PM fergzilla
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* ''Mini Force''

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* ''Mini Force''''Animation/Miniforce''
17th Jun '17 8:16:42 PM PrincessPandaTrope
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* ''Super Wings'' (South Korean-Chinese-American co-production)
29th May '17 6:14:52 AM Morgenthaler
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During the 1970s and 1980s, the South Korean government implemented a [[BannedInChina ban]] on Japanese media, including newspapers, magazines, movies, television programs and manga.[[note]] Partly due to atrocities and Japanese cultural imperialism during {{Imperial Japan}}'s colonization of Korea.[[/note]] S. Korean animation was in its infancy during this period. Many examples of early S. Korean animation incorporated unauthorized uses of Japanese anime characters and likenesses. For example, ''Space Black Knight'' featured characters that looked exactly like Amuro Ray, Char Aznable, Sayla Mass and Dozle Zabi of ''Mobile Suit Gundam''. In ''Space Gundam V'', the protagonist mecha was an unlicensed version of the VF-1J Valkyrie from ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''.

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During the 1970s and 1980s, the South Korean government implemented a [[BannedInChina ban]] on Japanese media, including newspapers, magazines, movies, television programs and manga.[[note]] Partly due to atrocities and Japanese cultural imperialism during {{Imperial UsefulNotes/{{Imperial Japan}}'s colonization of Korea.[[/note]] S. Korean animation was in its infancy during this period. Many examples of early S. Korean animation incorporated unauthorized uses of Japanese anime characters and likenesses. For example, ''Space Black Knight'' featured characters that looked exactly like Amuro Ray, Char Aznable, Sayla Mass and Dozle Zabi of ''Mobile Suit Gundam''. In ''Space Gundam V'', the protagonist mecha was an unlicensed version of the VF-1J Valkyrie from ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''.
26th Mar '17 11:23:02 PM jormis29
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* Animation/SeoulStation (2016)

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* Animation/SeoulStation (2016)(2016) - A {{prequel}} to ''Film/TrainToBusan'' released in the same year
25th Feb '17 2:19:06 PM ohthatcat
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There were several factors that influenced Seki Production to finally produce this first Korean animated feature. First was the considerable success of re-introducing several classic animated features (mostly Disney ones such as ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' and ''Disney/PeterPan'') to a new generation. Second was the screen quota system that required some movie theaters that generally played foreign films to screen Korean movies around 60-90 days out of a year. Because Seki Production (who owned many of those theaters) wanted something exciting to run during those times in order to minimize the loss of revenue, they turned to animation as the answer. Third was the harsh censorship enacted by the new Motion Picture Law that somehow did not apply to children's movies.

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There were several factors that influenced Seki Production Producttion to finally produce this first Korean animated feature. First was the considerable success of re-introducing several classic animated features (mostly Disney ones such as ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' and ''Disney/PeterPan'') to a new generation. Second was the screen quota system that required some movie theaters that generally played foreign films to screen Korean movies around 60-90 days out of a year. Because Seki Production (who owned many of those theaters) wanted something exciting to run during those times in order to minimize the loss of revenue, they turned to animation as the answer. Third was the harsh censorship enacted by the new Motion Picture Law that somehow did not apply to children's movies.



* ''Tayo the Little Bus''

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* ''Tayo the Little Bus'' ''TayoTheLittleBus''
9th Feb '17 9:47:58 PM WolfThunder
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* ''Mini Force''
30th Jan '17 4:05:23 AM Wuz
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Also see AsianAnimation for a list. Compare {{Anime}}, Japanese animation.

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Also see AsianAnimation for a list. Compare See also {{Anime}}, Japanese animation.animation and AsianAnimation.
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