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The Seoul Ani Cinema, releases 'New Royal Secret Commissioner' again

2005/02/14 | 357 views | Permalink | Source

The Seoul Ani Cinema, which opened on late Jan. 19 with a view of activating domestic animation, releases 'New Royal Secret Commissioner', a phantasie animation, during three weeks from Feb. 17 again.

An official of the Seoul Ani Cinema said, "New Royal Secret Commissioner' release once more will become a happy news for juveniles as well as a whole raft of manias who love animation".

Animation 'New Royal Secret Commissioner' is based on the original cartoon, whose separate volume sale has gained an astonishing result amounting to 2 million copies.

This animation also is a film that attracted animation manias' attention by being screened in Korea and Japan on Nov. 26, 2004 simultaneously.

Admission is 4,000 won for adults and 3,000 won for students. Internet advance sale also is possible.

The Source : Shin Jun-sup

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