AIMC has partnered with Polygon to launch NFTs for the hit K-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo. AIMC, in collaboration with Polygon, will create the Extraordinary Whales Club. The club will feature a series of NFTs to create awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder all over the world. Extraordinary Attorney Woo is Netflix’s most watched K-drama show, and people who visit Korea Blockchain Week between August 7th and August 12th will be able to receive airdrops of the extraordinary collection.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo NFTs
Attorney Woo is a high-functioning attorney on the autistic spectrum. While dealing with legal problems, she gets support from whales and other animals. As a result, whales are the main focus of the collection, which will help inspire many Extraordinary Attorney Woo fans who are dealing with autism spectrum disorder all across the world, as well as raise public awareness about ASD.
The Extraordinary Whales Club
Extraordinary Attorney Woo uses whales and other animals as a cue for the character in the show. Based on this idea, the birth of the Extraordinary Whales Club came to be. The Extraordinary Whales club will be operating a carbon neutral network as it has teamed up with Polygon to launch the NFT collection. Polygon will be responsible for providing technical and marketing support in many key areas of the project.
The Extraordinary Dao
AIMC, a unit of K-drama production company Astor, also plans to create The Extraordinary Dao, which will help them connect with the Web3 community and also help raise funds for charity so that they can support ASD communities all over the world.
The Korean K-drama industry is actively entering the Web3 space. Studio Dragon also collaborated with Sandbox in May to build a K-drama Metaverse.
The Korean K-drama industry is actively entering the Web3 space. Studio Dragon also collaborated with Sandbox in May to build a K-drama Metaverse. What are your opinions on K-dramas entering the Web3 sector and the Extraordinary Whales Club’s mission?