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Very cute, inspirational, action packed, adorable, and creative.
A simple character from South Korean flash animations becomes the next big thing. I am surprised something so simple became to be known as this! Amazing!
Pucca is an animated kids TV show based off the animated flash shorts and ecards from South Korean company Vooz. It was made when companies like Walt Disney, Jetix, Studio B Productions, and others tried to get Vooz's permission for international distribution. And this TV show was made very well!
The show takes place in Sooga Village, a very small town (in Korea?), and the home of our main characters. Pucca is an 11/12 year old girl who lives in a Chinese noodle shop called the Go-Ron restaurant, and with her 3 guardians who also live and work at the shop. She also is in love with a 13 year old ninja named Garu, who is very skilled and really flexible and silent. There are other characters like Abyo and Ching, who are friends with Pucca, Ring Ring, a fashion girl who wants to dominate Pucca, Destiny, a friendly dragon with a musical talent, Tobe, the supposed main villain of the show, and a lot of others.
The characters in this show and the setting is really cool, including Pucca. She is so cute, so nice, very adorable, and she is also AWESOME. Pucca and Garu's relationship is also cute and very funny as well. The characters are also very creative, including the main villains and other protagonists.
The show's slapstick and violence is funny and done right. Anytime a character gets hurt, it's always put in the most silliest ways ever. I haven't enjoyed slapstick that much since I have watched Tom and Jerry and The Looney Tunes!
The episodes are also pretty cool. One of those episodes is one about fortune cookies, one about a relationship change with Ring Ring and Garu, one where they go to Tokyo, one about Abyo and Ching becoming news reporters, and one involving an actual plot about a never accruing minor character. It has very creative and inspirational plots that anyone would enjoy.
The voice acting is great! Tabitha (who was the actor for Rarity in the most popular My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic show) did an amazing job acting for Pucca, and so have the other actors acting for other characters.
The originality is really really up. This is a very great idea of Kim, Disney, Vooz, and the Studio B production to come up with this idea of a TV show.
I am really stunned to see that the producers and directors unexpectedly stopped making episodes for the second season. If it were to continue, it would've probably been one of the best kids shows out there, Right above SpongeBob! Overall, the whole show is amazing and exciting. I suggest you to take a look at it or even the whole series. Really fun, really cute, one of the best.
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