Kang Sora Becomes One Day Pixar Employee During Visit to US?
By Staff Writer | September 07, 2012 09:21 PM EDT
The video for Kang Sora's visit to the Pixar campus in San Francisco, California United States is gaining interest. Kang Sora was in San Francisco in late August to early September, as she was invited by Pixar to visit their campus in relation to her dubbing of the voice of Princess Merida of the film "Brave" for its Korean release, locally titled as "Princess Merida and The Magical Forest".
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In the video, Kang Sora shows viewers around the Pixar building, located in Emeryville, California. She was shown navigating the Pixar kitchen, choosing from a variety of cereal options and riding a scooter around the animation company's halls. Kang Sora also participated in an animation workshop with one of Pixar's animators. Here her 'hidden' talent for drawing is revealed.
She then revealed her reason for being on campus and invited everyone in Korea to see the film in time for the Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) holidays.
Kang Sora will be the voice of Princess Merida, in the Korean release of "Brave", an animation film by Pixar featuring the trascendent bond between mothers and daughters and the importance of making the right choices that can change one's destiny. Pixar is the animation studio founded by the late Steve Jobs of Apple and Disney. This is the first Pixar film released after the founder's passing.
Kang Sora is known for her role in the much-acclaimed film "Sunny", and also her participation in "Dream High 2". She is currently on the variety-reality "We Got Married" with Super Junior leader Leeteuk. After the show's finale this weekend, Kang Sora will be busy filming "My Pavarotti" a movie slated to be released in 2013 and will be about young people and their passion for music.
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