（１）歌：아리랑 – Arirang Lyrics Video. Traditional Korean folk song. （英語字幕）
아리랑, 아리랑, 아라리요…
아리랑 고개로 넘어간다.
나를 버리고 가시는 님은
십리도 못가서 발병난다.
Arirang, Arirang, Arariyo…
Arirang gogaero neom-eoganda.
Nareul beorigo gasineun nim-eun
Simnido motgaseo balbyeongnanda.
①Korean Mythical Creatures 5
Korean Mythical Creatures
Some creatures that appear in Korean mythology or are derived from it.
②HelloKids # Korea Traditional Fairy Tale 02 # The People Who Saw a Mirror for the First Time
HelloKids # Korea Traditional Fairy Tale 02 # The People Who Saw a Mirror for the First Time # 거울을 처음 본 사람들
③Korean Folk Tales No.3 – english version
this title: The red fan and the blue fan – english version
④Fox Sisters （大変、興味深い作品であるが、この動画が韓国の民話・Fox Sistersと同一か別内容かは不明。参考掲載）
An animated short film by: Stine Nymand Svensson, Elianna Morningstar Hansen
The Fox Sisters is based on a true story about the three sisters who worked as spiritual mediums in the 1850s. We witness their stormy relationship at it’s breaking point.
By: Stine Nymand Svensson, Elianna Morningstar Hansen
Based on original idea by: Laura Büchert Schjødt
Animation: Stine Nymand Svensson, Elianna Morningstar Hansen, Martin Bested, Jeanette Nørgaard, Katrine Killerich Poulsen
Additional Concept Art: Martin Bested
Voice Actors: Patricia Ryan: Leah, Olivia Hansen: Maggie as Adult, Maggie as Child, Katie as Adult,Stine Nymand Svensson: Katie as Child, Tod Polson: Questioning Man, Elianna Morningstar Hansen: Screaming Woman
Original Music by: Nicolai Kornerup Sound: Thomas Ahlmark. Thomas Richard Christensen Technical Support: Thomas Ahlmark, Thomas Richard Christensen, Svend Nordby
Supervisor: Tod Polson
Direction: Michelle Nardone
Production: Alex Williams
Animation: Jason Guest
Compositing: Katrine Talks
Thanks to: Mogens Rukov, Karen Molin, Rune Ryberg, Den Gamle By, KAU06, Tina Jensen, Michelle Meeker, Ditte Svensson, Morten Thorning
Watch more animated short films at this channel or visit www.animwork.dk
오세암 (영어 자막) Oseam (Animation, English Subtitle)
나무불 나무법 나무승 ()
외국인들을 위해 영어 자막이 있는 오세암 동영상을 올립니다.
A real story about a 5 year-old boy who lost his parents because of epidemic desease
and was raised by his relative who was a Buddhist Monk 200~300 years ago.
The Buddhist Monk took him to a hermatage which was on a high mountain
to practice through the winter and he went to get rice under the mountain.
He left his young nephew in the hermatage and told him to call Avalokiteśvara
with all his heart when he feels loneliness and dreadfulness.
After the monk went to downtown, suddenly heavy snow fell, so he couldn’t return to the hermatige during the winter.
In the next spring, he went to the hermatige, and found the 5 year old boy got
The boy had prayed to Avalokiteśvara with all his heart, and at last he got eternal freedom. To remember the boy, the name of the hermatige changed.
The original name was Hermatige of Avalokiteśvara (in Korean, Gwan-um-am).
But they renamed the hermatige into Oseam (which means 5 year old boy’ hermatige.)
Now the hermatige is very famous in Korea.
●Oseam 1/16 (English sub.)