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Examples of "pororo"
Pororo, Cyberspace Adventure () is a 2015 South Korean animated film based on the animated series "Pororo the Little Penguin".
In 2003, Pororo received numerous awards from the South Korean government, including the award by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. In 2006, Pororo got the President’s award for best animation characters. In 2013, Pororo got the award for Creative Brands. In 2014, Pororo was chosen as the mascot for mass transportation in Seoul.
Recently, the animation "Pororo the Little Penguin" became one of the most popular cultural exports of South Korea, by exporting Pororo to 120 countries worldwide. This little blue penguin has 1,500 spin-off products and a section in a theme park. Pororo is so powerful that Koreans call him Potongryong ("President Pororo"). According to the Seoul Business Agency, Pororo will generate global sales of 38 billion won (approximately US$36 million) this year, and the brand is worth 389.3 billion won for Iconix (the firm that created it) and others.
He opened his first Pororo Park in Seoul five years ago, bringing the total to seven Pororo Parks in South Korea, while there are currently three in China. He was recently in Singapore to open the South-east Asia’s first Pororo Park at Marina Square on November 11, 2015.
Choi created Pororo, a cartoon penguin in 2003. Pororo means "to walk nimbly in short steps" in Korean. The cartoon series has since become a global hit seen in 130 countries.
This is a list of episodes of the Korean computer-animated television Pororo the Little Penguin.
This is a list of characters from Pororo the Little Penguin
The Korea Post was criticized for not paying copyright fees for using Pororo.
This series has had high ratings in South Korea, and became the chief rival of "Pororo the Little Penguin" which had been number one in the industry. Related merchandise includes cakes, toys, books, and apparel. In South Korea, Poli is frequently called 폴총리 ("Pol-chong-ri") which means "Poli, the Minister of Children". This follows Pororo which is famously known as 뽀통령 ("Po-tong-ryeong"), meaning "Pororo, the President of Children".
Petty (voiced by Jeong Mi-sook) is a female little penguin who wears a violet hood and caplet. She joins Pororo and friends in Season 2. She is the same age as Pororo. The guys are shown to have a crush on her, but she seems oblivious to it, but she admires Pororo and comes to like him more than a 'friend'. Pororo often finds himself dumbfounded when she comes around. Petty is shown to be a little tomboyish, is a terrible cook but excels in sports, and is afraid of spiders. Petty lives in a cabin made by her friends. She wears a purple winter dress and a winter cap. Her instrument is the violin. She has a crush on Pororo and admires Eddy.
"Pororo, The Racing Adventure, also known as "The Little Penguin Pororo's Racing Adventure"" is a 2013 South Korean-Chinese animated film.
In Summer 2016, there was a new carnival related to Pororo in Coex Mall, South Korea with musical and parade of the characters.
Daewon C.I. publishes entertainment and educational books for young children featuring a variety of characters. These characters include Winnie the Pooh, Pororo the Little Penguin, and Digimon.
Whale : A friendly Whale who helps people in danger. He has saved Pororo from danger. He did not appear in Season 2 and Season 3 (except Pororo's singalong).
The Narrator is voiced by Goo Ja-hyeong (James Bondy in English). He tells the viewers what Pororo and his friends are up to today.
Recently, Pororo the Little Penguin(뽀롱뽀롱 뽀로로) became the new representation of Korean characters. In 2003, Pororo the Little Penguin appeared in Korean character market with airing EBS. Although other characters have gained popularity, Pororo has had a great influence on Korean character market. Pororo is labeled as the 'Ranking number one in the ratings in Korea', 'Airing in 127 countries around the world', 'The first domestic animation that makes a contract with Walt Disney Animation Studios directly'. It is estimated that its brand value is worth 850 billion won and its economic impact amount to 5.7 trillion won in 2013. After that, there are many domestic animations that recently became popular, such as Tobot (변신자동차 또봇), Larva (TV series)(라바), and Tayo the Little Bus(꼬마버스 타요).
Pororo (voiced by Lee Seon) - a little penguin that wears blue dungarees and the titular character of the cast of friends. Pororo wears big round aviator goggles and a tan-coloured aviator cap (parodying the fact that penguins are incapable of flight). He is 8 years old (9 in Season 3, 10 years old since Season 4) and the leader of the group. He often gets into various types of mischief with his friends, which includes trying to fly and playing practical jokes on his friends. Pororo lives in a pine-tree house along with Crong, his dinosaur friend and roommate. He wears a blue aviator jumpsuit, yellow aviation helmet, and gloves. He has a crush on Petty. Loopy admires him and tends to like him more than a 'friend'. Petty is his 'Dancing Partner' in the Dance Festival with the dance "Freeze in your Position"(Pororo Sing-Along). In Season 3, Loopy tells a tale hinting that Pororo will marry Loopy, but Pororo denies this by saying,"But I want to marry beautiful Princess Petty." His instrument is the electric guitar. He has a crush on Petty
Loopy (voiced by Hong So-yeong) - a beaver who is often the voice of reason in the show. She is very shy, sensitive, and sometimes she can be a little princessy. She is 7 years (8 in Season 3, 9 years old since Season 4). Loopy lives in a hollowed out log and often invites visitors over. She enjoys cooking; she is especially fond of baking cakes and pies for her friends. Pororo and Eddy were always vying for her attention until Petty was introduced later. In Season 2, she wears a simple hair clip. She wears a pink sailor dress and a flower barrette on her head in Season 3. She has a crush on Eddy and also admires Pororo the most. She always come at Pororo's house and brings him some desserts and in Season 3, her made-up tale indicates that Pororo WILL marry her but Pororo denies because he wants to marry Petty. Her instrument is a white piano. She has a huge crush on Poby and Pororo only in season 3, 4 and 5.
The original Pororo was a blue and white, petite penguin sporting an aviator helmet and goggles, which became popular among children. When it was introduced, it targeted 2-4 aged children, unlike other characters devised by Iconix Entertainment that targeted 2-6 aged children. Pororo is an adventurous 5-year-old penguin, who dreams of flying, and lives on a snowy island with six other animal friends. In the design, Pororo in most animations has a neutral background, so that the animation could be popular to children all around the world. The role models of Pororo in design included Mickey Mouse, the Walt Disney icon who turned 84 this year, and the Japan’s most adored character, Hello Kitty, who has been cherished for nearly 40 years. The creators cautiously picked the colors — blue, pink and white — that are familiar to children and also ones that represent both genders. When making episodes, producers paid attention to details that could be biased to certain cultural codes or give a historical reference that is sensitive to viewers in certain parts of the world. For example, they make sure Pororo and friends wave hands instead of bow or even nod to each other.
In addition to her work in broadcasting, she continues her work as a voice actor. Notable projects include domestic and international commercials and animation, including the voice of "Harry" on the popular children's animation, "Pororo."