Rose & Bee

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (Late 1990s)

Visuals: The screen fades over a shot of a nude woman which basically seems to be doing some yoga postures, or anything else. A few texts reading "ROSe & Bee" can be seen moving in a wavy effect, next to the woman. Then, the woman transforms into a drawing of a rose. A bee can be seen flying onto the rose. Then the text "ROSe & Bee" from before, zooms out via trail effect. Then, the text transforms into the Korean translation of the company.

Technique: Live-action, and computer animation.

Audio: A majestic 3-note trumpet theme, followed by a clang and a 4-note chime.

Availability: It is rumored to appear on a 1999 VHS of the Hong Kong film Thanks for Your Love, which is titled in Korea as 천장지구 완결 (Cheonjangjigu wangyeol). Might also appear on other Korean VHS tapes of romance films from the era.

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