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ADDITONAL Object Lesson UNIT 2: Korean Mashimaro

ADDITONAL Object Lesson UNIT 2: Korean Mashimaro

I received this object from a friend who studied in Osaka, Japan for a year. I told him I'd like him to bring me a souvenir from Japan. But instead he brought me back two plush doll ornaments of my old favorite Korean cartoon character, named Mashimaro since his plane got delayed in Seoul, Korea during his trip.

The most unique appearance about them was that they came dressed in traditional Korean wedding garments. These garments from Korean Matrimonial services are known to be very colorful and vibrant, especially the brides attire. The “Groom” Mashimaro wore a black hat called a "Mojia" up top his head and traditional hanbok (universal traditional Korean formal wear). The jacket of the outfit is known as the "chigori" and the pants are called "paji" and an overcoat known as a "turumagi".

The other Mashimaro, the “Bride” of course wore the traditional attire of Korean bride. The outfit includes a "chogori" which is a short jacket with long sleeves; two long ribbons are tied to form the "otkorum". A "chima" which is a full length, high waisted wrap around the skirt is also worn; boat shapped shoes made of silk with white cotton socks are included as well. Sadly, I lost the “groom” of the set. Personally I think my mother fed it to my dog, but anywho…

I first saw an episode of the Mashimaro cartoon in my early years of high school. One of my Korean friends were watching it and I joined in and thought it was absolutely hilarious. I also took interest in it because I was rarely exposed to Asian culture before college.

Mashimaro was created by Jae In Kim, and resembles a very fat (or plush) rabbit. In Korea is is known as “Yupki Tokki” (Weird Rabbit) and stars in a series of flash animations that consist of minimal to no dialogue. These animations are full of Mashimaro displaying “toilet humor” which is basically became his trademark. Various characters are regulars appearance-wise in these animations and are influenced positively or negatively by Mashimaro’s silly antics.

Sadly, I have not seen many new things or releases of anything Mashimaro – besides him being represented as a type of “Hello Kitty” character in Asian gift shops. Event though the Mashimaro seems to be disappearing slowly he will always be a found past memory that I connect with my Asian heritage.

Also another fun little fact: “Mashimaro” is believed to come from the creator’s younger family members mispronouncing the word/name as “Marshmallow”, or sometimes even “Marshmallow” because of him being so round white and cute.

Elmo says G'day!

Elmo says G'day!

Elmo is self-described as three-and-a-half years old and characteristically refers to himself in the third person e.g. "Elmo has a question" rather than, "I have a question". Some people believe that Elmo's characteristic of referring to himself and others in the third person will teach children improper English. The Elmo character is often used to reach children with important messages, such as fire safety. Some longtime fans of the series, particularly those who had begun watching it prior to Elmo's introduction, resent both him and his now-prominent status, which has caused some older characters (such as Oscar the Grouch, Big Bird, The Count, Prairie Dawn, Grover, and Cookie Monster) to see greatly-reduced roles.

After becoming a regular guest on The Rosie O'Donnell Show, Elmo began touring the talk-show circuit. He has appeared on Martha Stewart Living and Martha, The Tony Danza Show, Rove Live, Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!, and The View. Elmo and a developmental expert gave babysitting tips on the June 18, 2005 episode of Teen Kids News. He has also appeared on Emeril Live, helping Emeril make (non-alcoholic) eggnog during a Holiday Special shown in December, 2008. Kevin Clash and Aaron Neville were also guests on this show. On a special episode of Oprah called "The Faces Behind The Famous Names," Kevin Clash and Elmo appeared at the same time.

Elmo was the star of the 1999 full-length, theatrically-released motion picture Elmo in Grouchland. He also starred in the film Elmo Saves Christmas.

Elmo also appeared in a fifth season episode of The West Wing along with his friends Zoe and Big Bird. In that episode, Elmo receives a medical checkup from Abbey Bartlet, the First Lady (who is making a guest appearance on Sesame Street), and cheekily questions her about the validity of her medical license.

Elmo is the only non-human or puppet ever to testify before the U.S. Congress. At the request and with the assistance of Rep. Duke Cunningham, he testified before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education in April 2002, urging support for increased funding in music education.

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