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Sailor Moon Korean Logo

The Korean Logo of the series in the Anime opening. It translates to "Lunar Fairy Sailor Moon".

Sailor Moon in Korea refers to the adaption of the Sailor Moon anime series in South Korea. The Korean title for the adaption is "Darui Yojeong Seileo Mun" (달의 요정 세일러문, "Lunar Fairy Sailor Moon")

Anime

163 episodes of the Sailor Moon anime were aired in South Korea beginning in the year 1997 to 1998.

199 episodes of the Sailor Moon anime were aired in Daewon Broadcasting Enterprise beginning in the year 2012 to 2016.
달의 요정 세일러문 Classic 로고

Sailor Moon Daewon Logo.

Censorship and Changes

  • As with any Korean dub of Japanese anime, all signs of Japanese culture in the show is avoided. For example, all Japanese words shown on-screen were erased and simply left blank. Hikawa Shrine wasn't shown very much due to the reference of Japanese Shinto religion. All these were probably due to historical and political issues between Japan and Korea (the Japanese occupations of Korea, the kidnappings of Japanese civilians by (North) Korea and both South Korea and Japan claim the Liancourt Rocks; Dokdo is what the Koreans call it while Japan calls it Takeshima, its French and English name comes from a vessel called Le Liancourt, a French whaling ship that was nearly wrecked there in 1849).
  • Transformation sequences were altered and used footage from previous scenes in order to remove any instances of nudity.
  • The Sailor Starlights civilian forms were changed to be female.
  • Zoisite remained male but the romance scenes with Kunzite were removed or edited.
  • Moonlight Densetsu was used for the theme of all seasons, including the Sailor Stars season.
  • In the last episode of Sailor Moon, Usagi/Sarah was edited in order to look like she was wearing a white dress or a body suit.
  • All scenes that showed Hikawa Shrine were cut, and all episodes with a significant amount of time were omitted from the dub. Also, Rei's ofudas were smudged.
  • Scenes where characters kissed were removed completely except for the last episode's ending.
  • 37 episodes were cut from the Korean dub of Sailor Moon, some of which that had caused plot holes throughout the series. These episodes include episode 2, 10 and 11 were cut in half and put together as one episode, 14, 30, 31, 40, 63, 70, 79, 89, 90, 99, 103, 104, all of the episodes including the Amazon Trio, and 152.
  • The Sailor Starlights's outfits were edited in order to cover their midriffs.
  • The Amazoness Quartet's outfits were edited as well in the interest of modesty.

Character Names

Transformations and Attacks

Sailor Moon

Sailor Mercury

Sailor Mars

Sailor Jupiter

Sailor Venus

Sailor Uranus

Sailor Neptune

Sailor Pluto

Sailor Saturn

Sailor Chibi Moon

Star Fighter

Star Healer

Star Maker

Songs

Gallery

Left is the Korean, right is the original.

SailorMarsOfudaKoreanDub
Sailor Mars's Ofuda
SailorMoonJapaneseWritingKoreanDubComparison1
Japanese Writing (Example 1)
SailorMoonJapaneseWritingKoreanDubComparison2
Japanese Writing (Example 2)
SailorMoonJapaneseWritingKoreanDubComparison3
Japanese Writing (Example 3)
UsagiEpisode200KoreanDub1
Nude Usagi (Episode 200; Example 1)
UsagiEpisode200KoreanDub2
Nude Usagi (Example 2)
SailorStarlightsKoreanDub
Sailor Starlights
AmazonessQuartetKoreanDub1
Amazoness Quartet (Example 1)
AmazonessQuartetKoreanDub2
Amazoness Quartet (Example 2)

References

  • Wikimoon

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