New Baby Mozart (partially found Korean adaption of Baby Einstein-ish video, 2003-2007)

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The DVD.

Status: Partially found



Baby Einstein is a line of multimedia products, including direct-to-video programs, CDs, books, flashcards, toys, and baby gear that specialize in interactive activities for infants and toddlers, created by Julie Aigner-Clark. The videos are known for showing babies and toddlers under four years simple patterns, puppet shows, and familiar objects, such as everyday items, animals, and toys that are often accompanied by reorchestrated classical music written by composers such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and many others as well as some traditional rhymes constructed for an easy, relaxing way meant for a baby's ear.

Due to the rise in popularity surrounding Baby Einstein, Several ripoffs were made based off of the series, including a Korean adaption of Baby Mozart would be produced, called: New Baby Mozart. This version of baby Mozart (technically not based on the same name.) would be released on DVD & CD, along with another one from the same company (BMKOREA) called Baby English. The music however in the film is slightly different than the original Baby Mozart from 1998, but still used the same pieces from the original film too.

Availability

Very little footage and photos of the Korean adaption has surfaced, first uploaded on to bmkorea.co.kr & was first uploaded on to YouTube by a user by the name of GeorgeBonouki in either November or December 2019, and then again reuploaded on April 20, 2020.[1]

Only two of the video links are available on the website while the other ones are dead, unfortunately.

A user by the name of BE2006, claims he might've gotten the DVD of the Korean adaption, but hasn't given any updates since.

Videos

The availible footage (as of now).


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