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Snow White parodied in Korean animated film, watch the trailer

South Korea’s animation industry does not seem to want to lose to Japan and the West. One of the proofs is by making animated films Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs. The director’s film Sung Ho Hong (Egg-Cola: A Miracle in the Desert) will explore the dark side of the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Snow Whit and Seven Dwarfs).

As reported Cartoon BrewIn fact, the dwarves who accompanied Snow White were mighty knights who were cursed. In order to free themselves from the curse, they must obtain a pair of magical red shoes that are being worn by an above-average weight woman.

It turns out that the red shoes have magical powers that can make women who wear them look more beautiful. This is shown in the teaser for Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs which was released recently.

With a production cost of 12 million US dollars, this family comedy is expected to be enjoyed by the end of 2022. Company Finecut has purchased the distribution rights for this film to be shown in cinemas around the world. Are you curious about the red shoes and the dwarves? Check out the teaser trailer below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tUQ7o9KB20

Regarding works in the field of animation, South Korea has successfully popularized several animated series, such as Larvae and Pororo. As for the famous South Korean animated films, such as The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly creation Hwan-Sun Mi. The film was successful in attracting local audiences, and sold well abroad, including the United States and several other countries.