“Oh my god… this one’s a real tear-jerker. This movie is THE proof that the Koreans can do more than just produce pretty graphics á la Wonderful Days.” – psgel

Like Mari Iyagi, Oseam is a miracle that sprang forth from the creative hands of Korean animators. Google for reviews and you’ll find it universally acclaimed by fans like psgels. Since he did such a splendid job describing the awesome that is Oseam, I will skip the reviewing part and offer a  translation of Lee Jung Ho’s (producer) commentary as he has some really interesting stuff to say. But before that, a brief introduction to the original fable that inspired this wonderful film is due, by yours truly.

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