Orange Caramel Signs Agreement with DreamWorks for Use of “Where’s Waldo?”

In order to show a more unique performance, the three-member girl group Orange Caramel partnered up with the worldwide animation studio, DreamWorks.

Recently, the group released their fourth single, “My Copycat,” and has resumed their activities. Currently, the girls are preparing a performance that contains animated and game-like elements. They have included elements from “Where’s Waldo?” and “Spot the Difference.”

The group’s agency, Pledis Entertainment, informed that in order to use the “Where’s Waldo?” brand, they contacted Dreamworks. “Where’s Waldo?” is one of the classic character that belongs to Dreamworks and they have signed the agreement for it.

According to Pledis Entertainment, they said, “Since Orange Caramel is becoming popular, not only in Korea, but worldwide, we decided to do an official collaboration for their global promotion and to be an example of obtaining copyright.”

Orange Caramel released “My Copycat” on August 18 and will have their first performance on August 22 on KBS2’s “Music Bank.”

See also: Review: Orange Caramel’s “My Copycat” – Where’s Waldo?

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