Bethel Program

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1st Logo (1987)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a white TV tube shape with "BPC" in white with shades of RGB in the lateral faces, with the company's name in Hangul and in yellow below it. Shortly, it fades and cuts to another black background where we see footage of a spinning yellow dotted vortex (excerpted from Ron Hays Music Image - Odyssey) slightly zooming and changing aspect ratio. Some info in Hangul and in white fades in.

Technique: Computer animation and chyron effects.

Audio: A synthesized/triumphant rhythm.

Availability: Seen on the release of the 1985 Wuxia drama Twin Dragons (雙龍會).

2nd Logo (Late 1980s-Early 1990s)

Visuals: There is the footage of the digitization warp from Tron. Halfway through, the screen cuts to the holographic representation of the Master Control Program as we pan down into its base, also from Tron, while the gold BP and the Korean company name zoom out and the holographic representation of Tron's specially-encoded Identity Disc being inserted into MCP's base, causing the BP to flash.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: Strange, unexplainable electronic sound effects with the Samsung HumanTech II theme in the background.

Availability: Unknown.

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