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스폰지밥 네모바지 (seuponjibab nemobaji, formerly known as 보글보글 스폰지밥 (bogeulbogeul seuponjibab) or in the EBS version, 네모네모스펀지송 (nemonemoseupeonjisong), are the names of the two Korean-dubbed versions of SpongeBob SquarePants. The first dub, "스폰지밥 네모바지" airs on Nickelodeon South Korea, Tooniverse, and JEI TV (formerly, back when it was still called JEI Channel), while "네모네모스펀지송" airs on EBS. It is part of International SpongeBob SquarePants. The TV show does not air in North Korea because the North Korean government bans the transmission of any TV show not made there.
The EBS and the second Tooniverse version's openings uses the French version, and the current one uses the US version, albeit both being edited.
- SpongeBob SquarePants: 스폰지밥/스펀지송 (seuponjibab/seupeonjisong)
- Patrick Star: 뚱이/별가 (ttung-i/byeolga)
- Gary the Snail: 핑핑이/달퐁이(pingping-i/dalpong-i)
- Squidward Tentacles: 징징이/깐깐징어(jingjing-i/kkankkanjing-eo)
- Eugene H. Krabs: 집게사장/게걸사장 (jibgesajang/gegeolsajang)
- Sandy Cheeks: 다람이/파다(dalam-i/pada)
- Currently, the theme song is played by Eun Ji Won on Nickelodeon South Korea.
- The new remastered intro was released during "Unreal Estate" and has a different version of the Captain.
- All the objects, signs, and title cards are fully edited into Korean language in the Korean Dub.
- The title translates to "Square Square Sponge Song." in the EBS version.
- "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler" and "Pranks a Lot" was aired in that country on October 21, 2002, two years before it aired in United States. Making it as the show's history to air in an earlier date.
- In the Tooniverse, JEl version, the logo is spelled "보글보글 스폰지밥", instead of 네모바지 스폰지밥.
Nickelodeon Korea events
- Master Big League: Along with The Penguins of Madagascar and The Fairly OddParents, the SpongeBob SquarePants series was entered in the Master Big League, which took place in January right before Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness was first aired in Korea.
- Stuff Patrick Says: The series of episodes known as "Stuff Patrick Says" was renamed "Stupid Patrick Special" in Korea.
- MC Time: Mental Collapse Time (shortened to MC Time) was a series of SpongeBob and The Penguins of Madagascar episodes related to crazed events.
- Superhero Special: Along with Fanboy and Chum Chum, SpongeBob SquarePants was in the Superhero Special starring Mermaid Man, Barnacle Boy, and Man-Arctica, hence the event name.
- Best THE Best Awards 2012: BTBA 2012 included SpongeBob SquarePants, The Penguins of Madagascar, The Fairly Oddparents, Fanboy and Chum Chum, Avatar: Legends of Korra, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, and other series.
- Merry Nicksmas: Beginning from the release of "It's a SpongeBob Christmas" in Korea (December 17), several different Christmas-type episodes are shown, with the default times 6AM-10PM, 5PM and 9PM. On December 24–25, Christmas specials play for the entire day.
- SpongeBob Mysteries: SpongeBob asks the Nickelodeon users questions about common things that makes no sense at all, like why Mr. Krabs, who is a crab, has Pearl a whale as his daughter, how Patrick can survive without working, and why it snows in Bikini Bottom. Answers are randomly picked and shown on TV until the next Monday, when a new question pops up. During that time, every Monday 4 lucky users will get 2 tickets for SpongeBob's Happy World Season 4: Bikini Bottom Snow Trip each until February 4.
- SpongeBob Happy World: KINTEX hosts the SpongeBob Happy World and since summer 2012, there have been themes. Season 3 was Spongelympics, and season 4 was Bikini Bottom Snow Trip. Recurring rides include the Tongue Fields and Patrick's Ball Pit.
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