[Book] Winnie The Pooh, 곰돌이 푸, 행복한 일은 매일 있어 (Korean Version)

by - Monday, December 23, 2019

I bought this Winnie The Pooh, 곰돌이 푸, 행복한 일은 매일 있어 (Korean Version) while I'm traveling to Seoul, Korea on last January 2019. I notice this book is the best seller in the bookstores. Then it takes my intention to buy it. I'm a big fan of Disney's cartoon charter since I'm a child so it makes me want to have in as my Korean books collection. I bought this book with the price is KRW 8,400 (RM 31.20). 

"푸, 행복이 뭐라고 생각해?"
그 시절의 우리가 묻고 곰돌이 푸가 답하다.

"Pooh, what do you think happiness is?"
We ask at that time and Winnie the Pooh answers.

This book is a Walt Disney's masterpiece anime "Winnie the Pooh" illustration collection. The words of happiness are from the world's most famous bear, Winnie the Pooh. The animation Winnie the Pooh is based on a fairy tale named Winnie the Pooh by A.A Milne.

Born in Walt Disney's studio in 1977, he has shared happiness with children around the world for 92 years after reinterpreted in several versions, "Bear Winner the Pooh". It is also a memory friend that anyone in Korea can love while growing up watching the Disney cartoon garden from the 1990s to the early 2000s. Now, when the children of those days became adults, they are once again talked about as a pronoun about the life of Winnie the Pooh. At first glance, there is a simple bear's rule about the way of life that looks simple and clumsy.

This book, Winnie the Pooh, Happy Days on Every Day, in the words of the German philosopher Nietzsche who said, "My life is determined in my way". Here are some tips that may be helpful to us today. Speaking of Pooh's mouth of the bear, and Nietzsche helps. Happiness is still far away, and I'm gradually blurring memories of who I am and what I've been happy with. Today, when it comes to finding "happy", it's a long way to go. If you open this book, Pooh smiled relaxed, "Don't worry too much. Everything will be fine." It looks little but with a lovely image that coloring our hearts with happiness in childhood. I would like to give 4.9 stars out of 5 stars to this book. 

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