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Jung-Saeng Kwon (story)
Oh-Sung Kwon (adaptation)
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Once upon a time, a little doggy poo lived on the side of a road. He felt all alone in the world. He believed that nobody needed him for anything... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Fiona Stuart ... Doggy Poo (voice: English version)
Josh Smith ... Soil (voice: English version)
Anna Desmarais ... Dandelion / Hen / Sparrow (voice: English version)
Kate Yoon ... Leaf (voice: English version)
Tony Ruse ... Farmer (voice: English version)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Song Do-Yeong ... (voice)
Mi-suk Jeong ... (voice)

Directed by
Oh-Sung Kwon  (as Oh-Sung Kown)
Writing credits
Jung-Saeng Kwon (story) (as Jung-Seang Kown)

Oh-Sung Kwon (adaptation by)

Nomi Park (screenplay)

Produced by
Su-jung Cha .... associate producer
Chandler Kim .... associate executive producer
Hong-Gee Kim .... executive producer
Man-Bok Lee .... producer
John O'Donnell .... executive producer: English version
Stephanie Shalofsky .... producer: English version
Original Music by
Cinematography by
Seung-ryong Woo 
Art Direction by
Tae-young Yoo  (as Tea-Young Yu)
Production Management
Amber Kusmenko .... in-house production manager (english version)
Tim Werenko .... in-house production manager (english version)
Hyo-jung Yi .... production manager
Art Department
So-young An .... assistant set builder
Bon-seong Gu .... set builder
Han-jeen Jo .... set builder
Yeon Jo .... model maker assistant
Hyun-ju Jung .... model maker assistant
In-Cheol Jung .... set builder
Yu-jong Jung .... assistant set builder
Hye-ju Kim .... assistant set builder
Jae-young Kim .... set designer
Su-hyun Kim .... assistant set dresser
Wan-sik Kim .... armature engineer
Young-Ran Kim .... assistant set dresser
Nan-young Kwon .... assistant set builder
Chung-hwan Lee .... assistant set builder
Da-jung Lee .... assistant set builder
Gwang-hun Lee .... assistant set builder
Hye-jeen Lee .... assistant set builder
Hye-jeen Lee .... set designer
Jae-kyoung Lee .... set designer
Jeen-woo Lee .... assistant set builder
Jumi Lee .... artwork
Mi-jo Lee .... assistant set builder
Sang-jun Lee .... assistant set builder
Yun-Kyoung Mun .... assistant set builder
Yun-kyung Mun .... assistant set builder
Hwa-jung Oh .... assistant set builder
Gwi-hum Park .... model maker
Hye-jeen Park .... character fabricator
Jae-eun Park .... model maker assistant
Ji-eun Park .... set designer
Kyoung-ran Park .... assistant set builder
Sun-Youn Park .... model maker assistant
Sung-su Park .... dressing supervisor
Sung-su Park .... set construction
Tea-young Yu .... mold maker supervisor
Seung-gyun Yun .... assistant set builder
Sound Department
Seok-won Gwak .... mastering engineer
Seok-won Gwak .... recording & mixing engineer
Sun-hee Him .... foley artist
Seung-hwan Jeong .... sound director
Byun-soung Kim .... sound designer
Yong-Jin Lim .... sound designer
Ha-eun Shin .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
Hyun-jee Eom .... digital compositor
Min-su Gang .... digital compositor
Min-su Gang .... digital editor
Seung-wook Hahm .... digital animation supervisor
Gui-young Hwang .... digital animator
Young-ha Joung .... digital animator
Young-kyu Joung .... digital compositor
Kyoun-sun Kim .... digital compositor
Seung-cheol Kim .... digital animator
Ae-kyoung Lee .... digital animator
Jong-hoon Lee .... digital compositor
Jong-hoon Lee .... digital editor
Chung-Young Oh .... visual effects supervisor
Dae-young Ro .... digital animator
Sang-hoon Seo .... digital animator
Justin Sevakis .... in-house production (english version)
Justin Sevakis .... subtitles (english version)
Jae-kyun Yang .... digital animator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jae-young Her .... photographer
Dong-hun Jang .... best boy
Sung-baek Jang .... camera operator
Nam-cheol Jo .... assistant camera
Jong-myung Kim .... mcc operator
Seung-bum Kim .... best boy
Sung-gyu Kim .... mcc operator
Hyun-cheol Lee .... assistant engineer
Young-ho Lee .... gaffer
Sang-sik Yun .... assistant camera
Animation Department
Ji-hong Choi .... animator
Mi-young Choi .... animator
Hyun-tae Kim .... animator
Jin-wook Kim .... animator
Young-chai Kim .... key animator
Jae-eon Lee .... animator
Ju-Youb Lee .... animation supervisor
Jae-gil Lim .... chief animator
Music Department
Ji-yun Han .... musician: flute
Ju-young Jeon .... vocalist
You-ra Kim .... musician: strings - violin
Si-youn Lee .... musician: strings - violin
En-youn Song .... musician: strings - cello
Yiruma .... lyricist
Yiruma .... original soundtrack producer
Yiruma .... pianist
Yiruma .... vocalist
Other crew
Eon-young Bum .... production accountant
Phil-gyu Han .... making-of
Erin Jang .... a&r
Glenn Kim .... marketing and promotion
Led Kim .... marketing and promotion
Jake Lee .... marketing and promotion
Karen Lee .... a&r
Michael Palan .... dvd coordinator: English version

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30 min

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Cute and Surprisingly Deep, 4 May 2008
Author: ElijahCSkuggs from Happy Land, who lives in a Gumdrop House on Lolly Pop Lane


A Korean children's film about dog crap...? Count me in!

I love Korean cinema, children films and dog crap. How couldn't I jump at the chance to watch this little gem of a film.

The story starts off with a Jack Russell lookin' pup taking a dump on the side of the road. After a moment, this dog poop amazingly becomes conscious. It opens its eyes, and almost immediately, begins pondering some pretty deep thoughts.

When talking with other characters or sitting alone, it's always pondering existence, wanting to know reason for life, or even thinking/talking about the subject of death.

These are all very mature ideas for a children's film, but mixing it with such a vibrant and loving feel, the movie takes these issues and makes them relatable for children and adults alike.

Doggy Poo is really quite a unique little film, due to some charming animation (most of it claymation), rather taboo ideas for a family film, and of course, it's lead character being a pile of dog crap.

It was a breath of fresh air for this viewer, and it remains a cute little film I'm sure most people will enjoy.

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