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A South Korean-Canadian CGI cartoon series, made by Dai Won and Cookie Jar Entertainment.

In the whimsical world of Toobalooba lives chibi-like creatures known as Borys. Noonbory is a white-colored Bory who leads a team known as the Super 7, whose powers are all based off of the five human senses. Lunabory is a yellow Bory with super sight, Cozybory is a purple Bory with super touch, Jetybory is a red Bory with super hearing, Pongdybory is a blue Bory with super smell, and Totobory is a brown Bory with super taste. There's also Lukybory, who represents nonsense and, like Noonbory, doesn't have a superpower. Together, the Borys defend Toobalooba from the Gurys, the show's bad guys, which consist of such characters as Wangury the frog pirate, Coldygury the snowman, and Rosegury, who loves flowers.

It got a second season called Tooba Tooba Noonbory, which shifted the genre from a superhero plotline to a Slice of Life story. This second season was only released in South Korea.

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This show provides examples of:

  • Alliterative Name:
    • Bakerbory and Babysitterbory.
    • Of a sort; Totobory has super taste powers.
  • All-Loving Hero: Our title protagonist is willing to rescue even the villains because "that's what super senses are for".
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: Cozybory, Lunabory, and Jetybory, respectively.
  • Big Eater: Totobory; what did you expect from the bory of taste?
  • Black and White Morality: All borys are good and all gurys are bad. There is no in between.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: An odd example: Lunabory (blonde), Totobory (brunette), and Jetybory (redhead).
  • Catchphrase:
    • The phrases "Go, bo, borys!" and "Hurry scurry!" get tossed around a lot, though they're typically associated with Noonbory.
    • Noonbory has "Let's make super sense of this!"
    • Jetybory has "I'm all ears!", though she doesn't use it much.
    • Lunabory has "Seeing is believing!"
    • Cozybory has "I'll put out some feelers!"
    • Totobory has "I like the taste of that!"
    • Pongdybory has "I'll sniff 'em out!"
  • Cheerful Child: A good chunk of the cast is this.
  • Chekhov's Gun: The glueglob flowers in the episode "Wangury and the Windbike". At the beginning of the episode, when Noonbory teaches his sidekick Mamby some tai-chi, Mamby accidentally falls into one of these flowers and gets stuck, and Noonbory helps him to get unstuck, which doesn't really contribute much to the episode's plot. Later in the episode, Noonbory uses these flowers to make glueglob puffs to distract Wangury, as a way of getting his windbike back from him.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Kikibory, as well as the villains, did not return for "Tooba Tooba Noonbory".
  • Clear Their Name: "Ring Around the Dozegury": Totobory gets blamed for Dozegury's mischief, and Noonbory helps him prove his innocence.
  • Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: White for Noonbory, pink for Jetybory/Kikybory, yellow for Lunabory/Lukybory, purple for Cozybory, blue for Pongdybory, and brown for Totobory.
  • Cousin Oliver: PinkAru, a character from the second season, Tooba Tooba Noonbory. She is said to be Noonbory's little sister.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Kikibory, Lukybory's little sister, actually has this as a superpower, in the form of a sonic screech.
  • Every Episode Ending: Every episode ends with the following song:
    See us as we dance around
    Hear us stomping on the ground
    Smell the flowers in the air
    And touch a fuzzy teddy bear!
    Tasting berries has a way
    Of making me enjoy this special day!
    Noonbory! (See!)
    Noonbory! (Hear!)
    Noonbory! (Smell!)
    Noonbory! (Touch!)
    Noonbory! (Taste!)
    Noonbory!
  • Evil Is Petty: Boy, is it ever.
  • Expository Theme Tune: Downplayed. The very first lyrics of the theme song ("In Toobalooba there's seven friends/Solving trouble with super senses") mention what the premise of the show is, with pretty much the rest of the lyrics focusing on the Super 7 themselves.
  • Fantastic Flora: Let's see; toobacherries, glue-glob flowers, Tooba-Achooba weeds...
  • Fille Fatale: Rosygury, the only female villian.
  • Five-Man Band:
  • Fun Size: Just about every Bory and Gury. Toobalooba has a forest section housing Borytown, which was built near the tops of giant trees, making it obvious that the characters are way smaller than humans.
  • Gender-Equal Ensemble: Whenever Lukybory has the day off.
  • Genre Shift: The Korea-exclusive second season, Tooba Tooba Noonbory, completely ditches the superhero plot (they even get rid of the Borys' superpowers! note ) in favor of Slice of Life stories.
  • Hold Your Hippogriffs: The "-body" in words like "everybody" and "somebody" are replaced with "-bory" and "-gury", resulting in the words becoming "everybory/everygury" and "somebory".
  • Interspecies Friendship: In Tooba Tooba Noonbory, Totobory (for the few episodes he's there) makes friends with a mole.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: Totobory, since in "Problem Peach", he was showing making daisy crowns with the girls, and in Tooba Tooba Noonbory, he is shown to love gardening.
  • Invisibility: Dozegury, a dragon Gury, can turn invisible at will.
  • Invocation: Whenever the Super 7 is about to undergo their Transformation Sequence, Noonbory says "It's time to sensitize!"
  • Light Is Good: Noonbory has snow white skin and is the textbook example of Nice Guy.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Beavyucks, a type of wildlife found in Toobalooba, are part beaver, part duck.
  • Never Trust a Title: You wouldn't expect "Pongdybory's Cold Feet" to actually be a Sick Episode based on the title, would you?
  • Out of Focus: Totobory got the least screentime out of all the Super Borys. He practically disappeared in Tooba Tooba Noonbory, only appearing in a select few episodes of that season.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Oh so averted with Jetybory. Played somewhat straight with Kikibory. Played absolutely straight with PinkAru.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: A good chunk of the cast are this, since Borys are chibi-esque characters.
  • Short Runner: Ran for 26 episodes, all of which aired in 2009.
  • Shrinking Violet: Totobory, especially in 'Wangury Silly Statue'.
  • Sick Episode: 'Pongdybory's Cold Feet' and 'Tooba-Achooba!'
  • Single-Minded Twins: Triplets, actually. The Builder Borys are basically all the same, just different colors.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Rosygury is the only female of the show's six villains.
  • Spell My Name with an "S":
    • Mamby, not Mambi.
    • Kikibory, not Kikybory.
  • Theme Naming: All of the good guys have "bory" in their name, while all of the bad guys have "gury" in their name.
  • Theme Tune Roll Call:
    Jetybory sound!
    Lunabory sight!
    Common senses taking flight!
    Cozybory touch!
    Totobory taste!
    With a little nonsensenote  along the way!
    Pongdybory smell!
    Now we're on track!
    And Noonbory leads the pack!
  • Title Theme Tune: "Noonbory and the Super 7! Saving Toobalooba again and again, yeah!"
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Jetybory and Cozybory (with Lunabory in the middle).
  • Transformation Sequence: But of course. Happens whenever the Super 7 needs to get their superpowers ready.
  • Visible Invisibility: Whenever Dozegury is using his invisibility power, he is only visible as a distortion of the background.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Mamby, Noonbory's little yellow sidekick, can shapeshift into stuff like a parachute, a pair of scissors, etc.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Noonbory has green hair, and Kikibory has pink hair.

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