ICE Kunion to give away Angel Diary Original Painting at SDCC

Jul 14th 2006
KOREA � July 12, 2006 � The ICE Kunion imprint has been creating a stir by introducing the hottest Korean comics (aka �manhwa�) to English audiences, and now they�re heating things up in San Diego as well with some great giveaways and a chance to win a piece of extremely rare original artwork! During the 2006 SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON, being held July 19-23, the Korean Culture & Content Agency booth (#2543) is where you need to be to get in on all of ICE Kunion�s manhwa giveaway action!



First off, the imprint is teaming up with popular manhwa artist group Kara, creators of hit series like Angel Diary and Demon Diary, to raffle off an original piece of FULL COLOR Angel Diary artwork! Kara very rarely produces colour artwork in a traditional medium, making this giveaway even more special. ICE Kunion is also giving fans the chance to win signed and remarked editions of popular books like Chocolat (by Ji-Sang Shin and Geo), Moon Boy (by Young-You Lee), Angel Diary (by Kara and Yun-Hee Lee), and Bring It On! (by Hye-Kyung Baek). Drop by the KOCCA booth for details on how to enter these exciting contests! Winners will be announced Aug 1, 2006 on the www.koreanmanhwa.com website.



ICE Kunion is also passing out free Moon Boy Mini Calendar Posters to booth visitors. This cool freebie is available in limited quantities, so pick one up early before the supply runs out!



And remember, you can always read extensive free previews of all ICE Kunion�s manhwa titles at www.koreanmanhwa.com. How extensive? Try up to and average of 40 to 50 pages per volume! Whoa! Now that�s a preview.



ICE Kunion is dedicated to bringing you the best Korean Manhwa directly from Korea, so whether you�re a long time manhwa fanatic or just a comics & manga fan looking for something new, you don�t want to miss out on this growing phenomenon. See you in San Diego! Najunge bwaeyo!







ABOUT ICE KUNION

The ICE Kunion imprint is a joint juncture of some of Korea�s largest Manhwa publishing powerhouses such as Sigongsa, Seoul Cultural Publishers and their partners. For years, many of their titles have been successfully adapted for English audiences through several different publishers in North America. Now, the Korean publishers themselves are bringing the newest and most popular Korean comics to an English Audience. We believe that a true adaptation can only be made when the creators themselves are involved in the process. With our extensive selection, decades of comic creation experience and publishing knowledge, we will bring our audience closer to the authentic experience the creators intended.

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