Myeong Jin LEE
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Aho-Girl (TV) : Key Animation (BSP; ep 9)
Anime-Gataris (TV) : Key Animation (BSP; eps 2, 10)
Beautiful Bones: Sakurako’s Investigation (TV) : Key Animation (BSP; ep 7)
(The) Eden of Grisaia (TV) : Key Animation (BSP; ep 4)
Flowers of Evil (TV) : In-Between Animation (Studio Pastoral)
Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma (TV) : 2nd Key Animation (BSP; ep 3), Key Animation (eps 6, 8)
(The) Fruit of Grisaia (TV) : Assistant Animation Director (ep 7), Key Animation (ep 7)
In Search of the Lost Future (TV) : Animation Director (eps 5, 11), Key Animation (eps 5, 11)
Infinite Stratos 2 (TV) : 2nd Key Animation (ep 6)
Occultic;Nine (TV) : Key Animation (ep 9)
Rewrite (TV) : Key Animation (ep 7)
RIN-NE 2 (TV 2) : Key Animation (ep 14)
Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Flat (TV) : Key Animation (ep 8)
This Art Club Has a Problem! (TV) : Key Animation (BSP; ep 8)
Twin Angels BREAK (TV) : Animation Director (ep 5), Key Animation (ep 5)
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