Production Profile: 'Kommi'

Tony and Maria, the adoptive parent of Kommi, are a famous geologist and a genius physicist in Australia. The family went on to expedition together in New Zealand where they found a shrine that appeared to be built by an alien. They also found a fresco that describes the secret of the universe and a legend that seven heroes will save the world with the power of skipping rope.

Kommi

Watch the entire Kommi pilot on AWNtv!

Title:

Kommi

Genre:

Comic drama

Rated:

Family

Total Episodes:

Pilot film (11 minutes)

Release Date:

2004

Category:

2D & 3D animation

Production:

Dongwoo Animation

Copyright:

Copyright ©Dongwoo Animation

Contact Information

  • Telephone: 82-2-3282-9589
  • Fax: 82-2-3282-9596
  • Email: shinwan@anidong.com
  • Contact: Shinwan Kim
  • Title: Senior Manager,International Division
  • Website: www.anidong.com
  • Twitter, Myspace, Facebook Address: N/A

Product Information

  • Synopsis

Pilot film (11 minutes). 2004 Produced as a ‘Best Pilot Program’, which KOCCA (Korea Creative Content Agency) supported

A family-friendly animation Kommi! was selected as an excellent animation pilot by Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) in 2004. The series consist of 79 ten-minute short yet witty episodes. Kommi!

  • Story/ProductionNotes

Tony and Maria, the adoptive parent of Kommi, are a famous geologist and a genius physicist in Australia. The family went on to expedition together in New Zealand where they found a shrine that appeared to be built by an alien. They also found a fresco that describes the secret of the universe and a legend that seven heroes will save the world with the power of skipping rope.

The series portrays the journey of the family as they solve the mystery around the shrine and become a true family.

  • Characters

Kommi: A girl who prefers to be alone. Hobby: pet-keeping and skipping rope.

Dad: An optimistic photographer. Hobby: cooking and marathon.

Mom: A hot-tempered and righteous cop. Hobby: watching WWF and hanging out with kids

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