Korean animations dubbed in English

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Anifanny

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Hi, I'm new here and I'm trying to promote Korean animations. I've been a VA in Korea for years now and the struggle is real. If anyone is interested or have a few minutes to spare, please check out the 2 links. Constructive feedback is welcome, and if you got some enjoyment from them too, even better. Thanks for taking the time~
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PicardMan

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Wasn't Eon Kid (Iron Kid) also shown in the USA? which is another production from Korea.
Yes, it showed on Kids WB when the block was in significant decline. That's why Cubix is the only well-remembered one as it aired when the block was still healthy and had a few hits (Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Jackie Chan, Mega Man)
 

SpaceCowboy

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4Kids once aired Tai Chi Chasers. While it was technically a co-production with Toei of Japan, the original audio is in Korean.
There's also Mecard (or Turning Mecard), which may still be airing on Kidsclick.

While I can understand why this topic was posted in the Anime Forum, aren't anime-influenced shows from South Korea regarded the same way as Teen Titans and Avatar: The Last Airbender are? If a Japanese creative team is not involved, should they be still be considered anime?
Also, if we wanted to discuss Korean-animation that is Western-influenced, like the Empress Chung movie (directed by Nelson Shin of Akom Production), would that go here or in the General Animation section?
 
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