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Mug Travel (빼꼼의 머그잔 여행)

빼꼼의 머그잔 여행 (Bbae-ggom-eui Meo-geu-jan Yeo-haeng)

Directed by Lim Ah-ron (임아론)

Animation Adventure Comedy Family

76min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis

On Christmas Eve, little Bebe waits for Christmas alone. Suddenly, Bebe gets a magical pendant which leads Bebe on a fantastic and unforgettable Christmas adventure. Bebe's exciting adventure takes her from her city to the north pole, from exotic forest to desert, from dark valley to beautiful island, all in a strange mug which has the magical power of transportation. is the first feature animation film by LIM Aaron, well known for directing “I Love Sky” screened at Jeonju International Film Festival and “I Love Picnic” screened at Annecy international Animation Festival. catches audiences' eyes with its eccentric humor and original imagination. The director reveals his skill through fast editing, closely sewn plot lines, and diverse backgrounds with dynamic shots, appropriate sound effects and background music instead of dialogues. All of which, hold the audience's attention. You can find his creativity in his friendly and unique characters ; baby Bebe, his penguin friend Konkongee, a polar bear, Backkom, who bothers Konkongee, a lizard friend, and a fox who annoys Bebe. Enjoyable 3D animation.

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  • Korean Animation: A Major Global Player and Creative Force

    2011/01/19, Source,
    By: Mark Russel Like a lot of young people, I used to be a big fan of animation. Of course, back in the 1970s and '80s in North America, Disney and Warner Bros. dominated the Saturday morning dial, but even then, I realized that a lot of my favorite animated programs were coming out of Asia. I did not know much about those shows, but I could tell they were very different than Western programs that were so much more common. Cut to the 1990s, and when I finally made it to South Korea, I was pretty psyched to realize how much of my favorite animation, new and old, Western and Japanese, was actually being made there. In fact, at its peak in the mid-1990s, Korea accounted for nearly 50 percent of the world's animation, including "The Simpsons", "Star Wars: The Clone Wars", and "Spongebob Squarepants". Companies like Nelson Shin's Akom worked on animated films like "The Transformers" (the 1986 cartoon, not the Michael Bay explosion fest) and the "My Little Pony" movie,...More
  • Korean cartoons grow up and into lucrative animation industry
    2007/12/23, Source,
    An old, driverless car approaches a young man, suddenly stands up, and transforms itself into a tall, talking robot armed with never-before-seen technology.

    This is a scene from "Transformers", the recent Hollywood blockbuster directed by Michael Bay. The show features robots that can change them,...
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  • 32 finalists including "Watermelon Chick" were named for the Indie-Anifest
    2007/08/08, Source,
    The Korean Independent Animation Filmmakers Association (KIAFA) announced on Aug. 6 films that made it to the main competition in this year's Indie-Anifest (Chair: Na, Ki-Yong).

    Under the slogan, "Breaking the Ice", the Indie-Anifest 2007 selected a total of 32 finalists, 12 in the general catego,...
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  • 'Mug Travel' wins Best Film for Children in BIMINI Animation Festival

    2007/03/30, Source,
    Recently released 3D animation "Mug Travel" (Director Lim Ah-ron) has won 'The Best,...More
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76 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
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Release date in South Korea : 2007/03/22
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2008.12.14 : 135,602 admissions (total)
As of 2007.04.15 : 120,743 admissions (total)
As of 2007.04.08 : 106,318 admissions (total)
As of 2007.04.01 : 88,395 admissions (total)
As of 2007.03.25 : 54,155 admissions (total)

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