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Yeson Entertainment (alternatively spelled Yaeson) is a Seoul based South Korean animation studio founded in 1993.

Compare Hanho Heung-Up, Saerom, Rough Draft Studios, and AKOM, other South Korean animation studios.


Shows worked on by Yeson Entertainment:

  • Allen Gregory
  • The Awesomes ("No Mo' Sumo" only; the other episodes were done in-house)
  • Baby Looney Tunes
  • Bob's Burgers (starting in season 2) List 
  • Brickleberry (two episodes: "Ranger Games", "Scared Straight")
  • Cartoon Cartoon short: "Major Flake"
  • ChalkZone (Season four only with Wang Film Productions and Toonzone Entertainment)
  • Class of 3000 (11 episodes)List 
  • Clifford's Puppy Days (season 1 with Sunwoo Entertainment; season 2 solo)
  • Dilbert (11 episodes)list  (Rough Draft Studios and AKOM did other episodes)
  • Duck Dodgers (14 episodes)List  ; Big Star and Yearim Productions worked on others.
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy
  • The Fairly OddParents! (every episode until the season 10 episode "Chip Off the Old Crock!"note ; "Crash Nebula" with Sunwoo Entertainment)
  • Family Guy (seasons 2-6) (30 episodes)list 
  • The Goode Family (8 episodes)List 
  • Harvey Beaks
  • Jumanji (15 episodes)List 
  • King of the Hill (starting in the third season) (100 episodes)List 
  • Maya & Miguel (alternating with Starburst Animation)
  • The Mighty B! (22 shorts)List 
  • Oh Yeah! Cartoons (among other companies)
  • Pig Goat Banana Cricket (21 episodes)List 
  • Random! Cartoons
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show (seasons 4 and 5) (Ink and paint)for Toon-Us-In  / for Mr. Big Cartoons 
  • Sammy (alternating with Rough Draft Studios)
  • T.U.F.F. Puppy

Tropes associated with Yeson:

  • Animation Bump: Ed, Edd 'n Eddy featured some of the best animation on TV.
  • Line Boil: Ed, Edd 'n Eddy.
  • Off-Model: They were responsible for the infamous "Peter head shrinking" in "Let's Go To The Hop" for Family Guy.
  • Production Posse: The Fairly OddParents, which has exclusively used Yeson (save for one oddball episode, "Crash Nebula") since the show began almost fifteen years ago. However, the show had switched to Flash animation at Canada's Elliott Animation halfway through season 10.
  • Thick-Line Animation: The Fairly Oddparents.

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