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South Korea: 6th Grader's ‘Frozen’ Tribute Video

Written by Lee Yoo Eun On 8 March 2014 @ 0:43 am | 1 Comment

In Arts & Culture, East Asia, English, Film, Korean, LANGUAGES, Music, Quick Reads, South Korea, TOPICS, TYPE, Youth

Disney's Oscar-winning animated film ‘Frozen’ is immensely popular in South Korea; it has become the second most-watched foreign film [1] as of last weekend by crossing 10 million admissions. Korean fans have posted lots of parody images, as well as Korean artists who have chimed in by singing [2] the movie's catchy hit song ‘Let it go’. This particular fan-made tribute video is rapidly gaining views on Youtube. The video was reportedly made by a 6th grader [3] [ko] who took photos of her own drawings and added those 600 images together to make this video clip.

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[1] second most-watched foreign film: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/frozen-crosses-75-million-south-685320

[2] chimed in by singing: http://www.soompi.com/2014/02/04/who-sang-it-best-let-it-go-from-the-frozen-ost/#.Uxpkb_SwIt4

[3] made by a 6th grader: http://www.wikitree.co.kr/main/news_view.php?id=162844

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