During the anime boom of the 1970s and 80s, Japanese anime was banned in South Korea. So the Koreans made their own, often blatantly plagiarizing various Japanese anime characters and concepts and mixing them together. These animated creations were almost always of inferior quality. Many of these movies would later be dubbed into English and sold overseas in dollar bins with deceptive cover art that made them look like legitimate anime.

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