From hand-held flip books in the earlier times, to studios that produce most of the work for major American animation companies (bet you didn't know that all of the episodes of The Simpsons and Family Guy were made and drawn in South Korea), the Korean animation industry now enjoys explosive growth and increasing popularity not only in Asia, but also across the globe. As such, K-animation is now being heralded as the new Korean wave.
Take for instance the cartoon series Pororo the Little Penguin, which has earned tremendous success since its launching in South Korea in 2003. The series currently airs in thirteen different countries, including the Philippines.
|Pororo the Little Penguin.|
|Tayo the Little Bus.|
|The Delight of Korean Animation Character World.|
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