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Oh No, 'Little Women' Is *Accused* Of Plagiarizing A Cosmetic Brand's Poster

A producer from the K-drama has addressed the issue.
'Little Women' Has Responded To Plagiarism Claims Regarding Their Poster
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With just two episodes released, the Korean remake of Little Women has already sparked a plagiarism controversy.

Earlier this week, netizens noticed the similarities between the drama's poster and a 2016 campaign material by Japanese beauty brand Shiseido. According to them, both have a similar blue background, and they focus on people walking with their outstretched shadows.

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Shiseido 2016 campaign material
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A representative from Little Women quickly addressed the issue and said: "This poster is our teaser poster with the concept of three siblings and their shadows walking towards a bright place. It's the making of the company in charge of [our] design after reviewing multiple works. In the future, we will pay even more meticulous attention through in-depth pre-reviews."

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Little Women is adapted from the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott which was serialized into films and musicals. The Korean version is a 12-episode series led by Kim Go EunNam Ji Hyun, and Park Ji Hu. For its most recent episode, actor Song Joong Ki made a special cameo that features a Vincenzo reference.

You can watch new episodes of Little Women every Saturday and Sunday on Netflix.

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