It’s been a year since the release of the mega hit animation Frozen, but as much as some of us can’t wait for it to fade into the shadows, the icy queen and her Frozen empire are still staying put in the spotlight, as if the movie had only been released last month.

We previously saw Elsa and Anna looking glam in some beautiful Chinese dresses. Bet you’re not surprised that we found her donning a Korean hanbok this time! Some of you might be thinking, “RocketNews24 is writing about Frozen AGAIN”, but don’t roll your eyes just yet, because Elsa is just one of the many stunning East-West fusion pieces that Korean illustrator Na Young Wu has created. Check out her other Western fairy tale interpretations after the jump!

Na Young Wu, also known as Obsidian (@00obsidian00) on Twitter, is a Korean artist who has created character illustrations for games such as Japanese mobile game Furyoudou~Gang Road~ and Korean production Age of Storm: Kingdom Under Fire Online.

Furyoudou~Gang Road~


Age of Storm: Kingdom Under Fire Online

Although the girls she created for Furyoudou~Gang Road~ are an impeccable mixture of cute and sexy, it is her Korean manhwa (the equivalent of manga in Korean) drawing style that really brings out the unique atmosphere in her Korean-Western fairy tale series.

Alice in Wonderland

Little Red Riding Hood
red riding hood

Beauty and the Beast
beauty and the beast

The Frog Prince
frog prince

The Little Mermaid
little mermaid

Snow White
snow white

▼ And of course, Elsa.

If Alice in Wonderland was set in Korea, I wonder what the Mad Hatter and his buddies would be having for tea.

Head over to Obsidian’s blog or Twitter to see more of her fantastic illustrations!

Source: blog.naver via Zhaizhai News
Images: blog.naver, Twitter (@00obsidian00)