As you know, we’ve been working really hard to expand Psych2Go into Korea. This is the first animated video from our Korean Channel YouTube manager, Grace (Yeonsu).
Hope you enjoy. The mascot for the Korean channel happens to be a racoon! You can check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/c/Psych2GoKr/videos
If the channel can grow even more by the end of this year, that would be many more lives that we can save and help. Let’s be one of the pioneers of advocating for mental health in Korea.
Writer: Chloe Avenasa
Script Editor: Rida Batool & Kelly Soong
Post Translation: Jonge
Animation : Grace (Yeonsu)
Voice: Grace (Yeonsu)
Special Thanks to Thomas Kang!
Korean version: https://youtu.be/_qw3MrsIt4w
For any questions? Email email@example.com
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