Friday, June 03, 2022

CL to Guest Star on Korean Version of 'Baby Shark’s Big Show!'

Korean singer and rap superstar CL is trying her hand at voice acting for the very first time on the hit animated preschool series Baby Shark Olly and William on EBS 1TV, according to her agency Very Cherry on Thursday (June 2).

CL will portray a shark character named Sharki L, who is described as the “biggest star in the seven seas” in the upcoming episode “My Own Seaweed Dance” (translated). The episode will air on EBS 1TV on July 4.

CL’s character is the Korean version of a character named Sharki B, which was voiced by rapper Cardi B in the global animated series Baby Shark’s Big Show!.

“Considering her fearless character and splendid performances as an artist, we decided CL is the perfect voice actor for Sharki L when we scheduled to release the Korean version of the animation series on EBS,” Pinkfong said in a press release.
Baby Shark Olly and William is the Korean version of the Baby Shark’s Big Show which is jointly produced by Nickelodeon and The Pinkfong Company, formerly known as SmartStudy. The global episode, titled “The Seaweed Sway,” originally premiered on Nickelodeon USA in April and is currently rolling out onto Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. channels globally.

Celebrating its collaboration with CL, Pinkfong is also scheduled to reveal various digital content featuring CL at 6 p.m., Friday, on its official YouTube channel “Pinkfong.”

“The Seaweed Sway” episode is scheduled to air at 5:30 p.m., July 3, on EBS 1TV. It features Baby Shark, widely known as Ollie, and his best friend William meeting Sharki L and learning a new song and dance.

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