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Pucca (2006)

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Synonyms: Jjajang Sonyeo Ppukka
Japanese: 짜장소녀 뿌까


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 8, 2006 to May 11, 2007
Premiered: Fall 2006
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
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Source: Unknown
Genres: Comedy, Parody, Romance
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 6.591 (scored by 3,209 users)
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Ranked: #52072
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Popularity: #4411
Members: 5,881
Favorites: 9
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Episodes: /26
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Pucca is the young daughter of a Chinese noodle house owner and she is hopelessly in love with the ninja Garu. He tries desperately to avoid Pucca's advances and usually does not return her affection. This results in many comical situations as Pucca goes to great lengths just to steal a kiss from Garu. Expect to see lots of "funny love" antics involving everything from noodles to deadly ninjas.

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May 10, 2010
Archaeon (All reviews)
Ninjas, noodles and kisses. It sounds like the formula for a run-of-the-mill shouo anime where all the characters have twinkly or flowery backgrounds and stare doe-eyed at each other until the next bout of melodrama.

Thankfully, Pucca is nothing like that.

Originally created between 2000 and 2004 by the South Korean production studio Vooz Co. as a series of internet flash animation, the show proved to be insanely popular not only in South Korea, but also in Japan and China, and the series gained a dedicated cult following across the world, even going so far as to spawn lines of stationary, greeting cards, keyrings, and a horde read more


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