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Wonderful Days (원더풀 데이즈)

원더풀 데이즈 (Won-deo-pool De-i-jeu)

Directed by Kim Moon-saeng (김문생), Park Sunmin (박선민)

Screenplay by ,

Animation Science-Fiction

87min | Release date in South Korea :

Also known as "Sky Blue"
Synopsis
Life on earth is on the brink of extinction from pollution and other environmental disasters. In order to survive, humans create a city called Ecoban that organically grows on its own, feeding on the earth's pollution. However, only a select few are allowed to live in the shielded city, leaving many to perish in the wilderness. Conflicts arise after some city officials decide to continually pollute the earth so they can enjoy the prestige of living inside of Ecoban. A feature animation encompassing state-of-the-art 3D and 2D animation.

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Wonderful Days | Cast

  • Choi Ji-hoon (최지훈)
    As
    Soo-ha's voice
    (수하 목소리)
  • Oh In-seong (오인성)
    As
    Simon's voice
    (시몬 목소리)
  • Eun Yeong-seon (은영선)
    As
    Jay's voice
    (제이 목소리)
  • Tak Won-je (탁원제)
    As
    Aide-de-camp's voice
    (부관 목소리)
  • Kim Byeong-gwan (김병관)
    As
    No-ah's voice
    (노아 목소리)
  • Si Yeong-joon (시영준)
    Si Yeong-joon
    시영준

    As
    Cheol-han's voice
    (철한 목소리)

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Wonderful Days" (aka "Sky Blue")

    2014/05/17,
    In the Spotlight this Week: Kim Moon-saeng's "Wonderful Days"... Korean animations seem to embrace a cosmopolitan creational philosophy, bending and blending themes, styles and various aesthetics to arrive at exciting pastiches of exciting possibilities. In recent years, Korean cinephiles have been treated to an increase of intriguing efforts that have boosted the buzz around the South's potential for animatic awesomeness. Whether it be the lurid and family-friendly fables found in "Leafie, A Hen Into The Wild", the dark morality and cynicism of "King of Pigs" and "The Fake", or the fantastical adventures of "The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow", Korean animations continue to rise, challenge, and explore the form and function of Korea's animated aspirations,...More
  • [HanCinema's Image Gallery] "Wonderful Days" (aka "Sky Blue")

    2014/05/17,
    A selection of shots from Kim Moon-saeng's "Wonderful Days"… Despite being crippled by narrative predictability, an inconsistent aesthetic, and lacklustre lines, Kim Moon-saeng's "Wonderful Days" (aka "Sky Blue") can still be recognised as a stylistic diamond in the rough. Kim's vision of a distant dystopia is, for the most part, stunning, rich, and speaks to a potential that has yet to resurface. So while modern Korean animation marches on in various forms, take a moment here to reflect on Kim's efforts from a decade ago…Enjoy! [spoilers],...More
  • Kim Hee-seon gets 'Wonderful'

    2014/02/10, Source,
    Veteran actress Kim Hee-seon will return to television for the first time in 16 months with the KBS drama "Very Good Times", (also known as "Wonderful Days") also starring Lee Seo-jin. The program will tell of the story of a successful prosecutor, Kang Dong-seok (Lee), who tries reconnecting with his long-estranged family and friends,...More
  • 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
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Staff
 Yoon Yeong-gi (윤영기)
 Animation director
Technics
87 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
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Release date in South Korea : 2003/06/17
 Korea, South - 2003/6/17

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great animations, really nice movie and awesome background music.
2006-09-26 16:47:36
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