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Iconix Entertainment

Iconix Entertainment
Limited liability company
Industry Entertainment
Founded 1996
Founder Jong-Il Choi
Headquarters Seoul, Korea, Korea
Website Iconix Entertainment Homepage

Iconix Entertainment, (Korean: ㈜아이코닉스 엔터테인먼트) headquartered in Seoul, Korea, is a major Korean entertainment company formed by the merger of Iconix. The company is commonly referred to as "Iconix", the same name used in previous incarnations of Iconix.

Iconix also produces an anime review entertainment, Korea; as well as a Korean-language version of Toei Animation's Ojamajo Doremi anime, and a called Michel (animation). It used to other animation, and featured storylines inappropriate for Pororo, though not animated entertainment (see Anime).

Iconix is jointly-owned by the animation companies Toei Animation and Studio Kaab, Hanaro Telecom, Ocon, Roi Visual, DR Movie. {cite-source}

Properties and Products

Animation products from Iconix include Pororo The Little Penguin, Tai Chi Chasers, Tayo the Little Bus, Restol, The Special Rescue Squad, Ricky & Ralph, Roary the Racing Car and others. It also handles distribution licensing for the following:

See also

External links

  • Iconix Entertainment Homepage
  • Iconix Entertainment English Homepage
  • Iconix Ojamajo Doremi Homepage
  • Studio Kaab Homepage(Iconix Helper)
  • Iconix Entertainment at the Internet Movie Database
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