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The Tayo the Little Bus series is primarily a children's show that was created in South Korea. It stars Tayo as a playful animated bus who will narrate the show and serve as its primary character. In the English version of the series, he has been dubbed and voiced by Charlie George. Though the series was created in South Korea, it has been rapidly exported to a number of other countries in the world.

There are many other characters that make appearances throughout the course of the series. Tayo is joined by many other primary color buses that will serve as companion characters in most episodes. For example, Rogi is a green bus that is Tayo's best friend in the series. Lani and Gani are two other colored bus characters, who have their own unique personalities and feature prominently in many episodes.

In addition to the bus characters, there are many other anthropomorphic characters in the series. There is Nuri, who is a even keeled yellow Taxi. The series was originally produced in 2010 and typically features 26 episodes per season. The opening song for the series is "Tayo the Little Bus," and the closing song is the onomatopoeic "Vroom, Vroom, Vroom!"

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3 Seasons, 78 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
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  • Tayo and his friends are divided into Team Blue and Team White for the school sports day. Unlike Rogi who is teamed up with all the atheletic friends, Tayo ends up in a team with Lani, Gani and others who are poor at sports…

  • The little buses gear up with the help of Princess Ray and go to rescue Hana. Meanwhile, Hana fixes the wounds of Wooly, and discovers his warm-hearted nature. When the little buses arrive at Bully's castle, they fall into Bully's trap.

  • A space pirate, Bully, keeps chasing after Princess Ray but without success. Bully finds Hana and mistakes her for the princess. Hana gets captured by Bully's gang and the little buses gear up with the help of Princess Ray and go to the rescue...

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