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17-19 July 2024 | National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC), Shanghai, China

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Pororo Park Singapore To Open November

Pororo Park Singapore will open at Marina Square next month, the first for the animated penguin in Southeast Asia.

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Pororo is South Korea’s most popular cartoon character. The  award-winning animation is broadcasted over 130 countries, including  Disney Junior Channel and Okto Channel in Singapore. It’s dubbed  ‘President of Kids’ with over 6.8 billion views on its YouTube channel.
 
The new venue will open in Singapore on November 11, a collaboration  between Iconix and DreamUs Edutainment. It is the first Pororo Park in  Southeast Asia and the first outside South Korea and China.

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Located in Marina Square’s new retail wing, the 1000 sqm indoor  edutainment playground will integrate a theme ride, indoor playground  attractions, retail store, cafe, educational classes and entertaining  shows under one roof.
 
Pororo Park Singapore is themed around the animated series that follows  the adventurous Pororo and friends, who often encounter challenges and learn practical and moral lessons through their exciting adventures in  Porong Porong Forest.
 
The venue includes Loopy’s Café and Rody’s Toy Store. The 60-seater  Loopy’s Café serves food for both adults and children, with a view of  the Marina Bay skyline.

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Visitors can get their retail therapy and purchase their favourite  original character-themed souvenirs from Rody’s Toy Store. The store  will house a variety of items ranging from toys, stationery to kid  apparels and other souvenir items.
 
Kim Jiwon, CEO of DreamUs Edutainment says Pororo Park Singapore aims to be the premier indoor playground in Singapore with top-quality  attractions, well-loved characters and a unique mix of education and  entertainment elements.
 
“Modern busy parents will now have a one-stop location to entertain and educate their energetic, inquisitive young children.”

Source: insideretail.asia