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Pororo takes over dramas as cameo

2011/06/08 | Permalink | Source

Pororo is pleasing adults as well as children now.

On the 5th episode of SBS drama "City Hunter" on the 8th, Pororo made an appearance. Pororo is a penguin character that is also known as 'President Pororo' among children.

Kim Na-na's (Park Min-young) neighboring children moved this day. They gave her a Pororo gift as they said thank you. Lee Yoon-seong (Lee Min-ho) also stuck a Pororo band-aid on her face when she got hurt.

Kim Yeong-joo (Lee Joon-hyuk) then changed it to a 'band-aid that doesn't scar'. Lee Yoon-seong feels jealousy and tells Kim Na-na, "You look better with Pororo".

Pororo made an appearance previously in the MBC drama "The Greatest Love" as well. Dok Go-jin (Cha Seung-won) presented Goo Ae-jeong (Gong Hyo-jin) with a Pororo gift. It was a lie detector in the shape of a Pororo mike. This Pororo mike yelled "You musn't lie" everytime Goo Ae-jeong denied her feelings for Dok Go-jin. This toy played a big role in connecting the two together.

Pororo which is loved by children is also loved adults and it appearing in dramas a lot. This kind of popularity might be a first after Teletubbies.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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