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KOCCA Creative Content Agency - Animation


KOCCA: Korea Creative Content Agency - Animation

Company overview

Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) is a government agency that invests in and supports the best creative ideas, talent and businesses in Korea. We select and nurture the most promising talent and the best content so that individuals and businesses can commercially develop their creative ideas to the fullest extent.

Korea’s creative industries have already made a big success. They generate jobs and raise national profile and value. They drive innovation. We help them realize their ambition further by organizing networks and events, and providing information and business advice. We also provide the under-capitalized and under-skilled content creators with better access to mentoring, infrastructure, business consulting, financing sources, markets, new ideas and new network. And we explore ways for the government to build the optimal climate for the growth of creative industries.

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Company contact

Address: 35 gyoyuk gil
Phone: +82 10-3776-4134
E-mail: [email protected]

Programming Profile

Korea animating the world


South Korean studios have driven the boom in Koreanimation for many years. This week, content export agency Kocca is showcasing new animated Korean series from 21 companies via C21 Digital Screenings, while outlining its strategy for the future.


South Korea might today be known for talent formats like The Masked Singer and dramas like The Good Doctor, but long before it began exporting content in those genres, it was selling animated programming to the international market.


Early success stories include Pororo the Little Penguin from Iconix Entertainment, which debuted on educational broadcaster EBS in 2003. It soon travelled the world, airing in more than 100 countries, including on prestigious broadcasters such as TF1 in France and Cartoon Network in Scandinavia and Spain.


With the cute little penguin opening doors the world over, plenty of other Korean toons followed her to the international market. Super Wings from FunnyFlux Entertainment debuted on Tooniverse in South Korea in 2014 and later aired on Sprout in the US, KiKa in Germany and Discovery Kids in South America, to name just a few of the broadcasters.