Kito Akari ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ Working in South Korea for the first time Very satisfied ‘I bought a lot of cosmetics and packs (laughs).’

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The stage greetings of the anime movie “World Tour Screening ‘Kimetsu no Yaiba’ Kagetsu no Yaiba” and to the Swordsmith’s Village” was held in Seoul, South Korea on the 11th, and Akari Kito, who plays the role of Nezuko, appeared. Official photos and reports have arrived.

in front of the fans, who cheered, Kito said, “Blood demon art, explosive blood!” ~!” in Korean, and the fans at the venue went wild. Kito continued to sing Korean to the audience who had seen the movie, saying, “How was everyone?”

Kito said with a smile about Seoul, “I came to Seoul yesterday, and yesterday I took a camera and took various pictures of the city at night and bought a lot of cosmetics and packs (laughs).”

In this “World Tour Screening’ Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ Concentration of Upper Strings and To the Swordsmith’s Village,” the climax of the red-light district, episodes 10 and 11, will be shown for the first time in theaters. Regarding the post-recording for the red-light district broadcast, Kito said, “In the red-light district arc, there was a scene where Nezuko’s demonization progressed, and she went out of control, but during the first episode of Tanjiro Kamado Ritsushi-hen, It’s a different feeling from a runaway, so I was careful to be able to change it,” he said, looking back on the performance of the battle scene between Nezuko and Fallen Princess.

Here, in commemoration of this world tour screening, a live dubbing by Kito was realized. “It’s up to you to decide whether you’re happy. The important thing is ‘now’ Let’s keep moving forward together. Let’s do our best together. Let’s fight. Don’t apologize If he’s your big brother, understand how I feel” (Kito). The venue was very excited when the famous line inside was shown.

In the end, “It was my first time in Korea, but it was really fun, and I’m happy that everyone in Korea was excited. I love Korea! Saranghaeyo~!”

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