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You know what's more magical than a Studio Ghibli anime? Seeing them brought to life. That's exactly what is happening in South Korea.

As Kotaku reader Sylvain points out, a Studio Ghibli anime exhibit recently got underway in Seoul, South Korea. It features giant dioramas from the Japanese animation house's classic films. Some of the set-ups are apparently over 12-feet high.

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However, not all the installations are life-sized. There are some small shadow-box type dioramas.

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Below, you can see some of the large (and small) dioramas. Also included are some photos, so you can better understand the scale, as well as a map to show the exhibition's layout.

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[Photo: Ghibli Exhibition]

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The Studio Ghibli exhibit is being held at the I'Park Mall in Seoul until March 1, 2015. Check our more in the links below.

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Ghibli Exhibition [Official Site]

늠름한 모노노케 히메 '스튜디오 지브리 입체조형전' [JungCulture]

스튜디오 지브리 입체조형전 오픈식 [eDaily]

스튜디오 지브리 입체조형전 후기 [ramonzz]

미야자키 하야오의 특별한 선물 "스튜디오 지브리 입체조형전" [sculturein]

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