‘Halloween’ commercial bounces up to top 10 in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
The commercial that has been going viral on Twitter is set to bounce up in popularity, with it now the second most popular item on Instagram, following a recent trend of ‘Christmas lights’ and ‘Honeymooners’.
The ‘Christmas’ commercial from Japanese company Kyo Kyo and South Korean company MBL Entertainment was originally uploaded to the service on Monday and is now up to a position of #5 on the trending list.
“Halloween is back and more people are taking it seriously than ever before,” Kyo said in a statement on Tuesday.
“It’s our way of saying thanks to our fans who have stuck with us through all of this.
I’m proud of the fact that so many people are excited to see a ‘Christmas miracle’ and that we’re seeing an increase in the number of requests for our Halloween decorations.”‘
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The commercial features a variety of festive decorations that are set to decorate the streets of Tokyo and Osaka as well as Tokyo Disneyland, the iconic theme park in Tokyo.
Kyo Kyon was founded in 2002 by Kyo Takagi, who has a background in film and TV production.
It is part of a group of entertainment companies known as the “Christmas miracle”, with the Kyo family having been in the entertainment business for over 150 years.
In 2017, Kyo was also the company behind the “Honeymoons” adverts, which have since been watched by more than 20 million people on YouTube.
A spokesperson for Kyo told Crypto Coins that the ‘holiday miracle’ was designed to promote Kyo’s products.
“We want to celebrate the people who love Kyo, Kya, and Kyo as well.
I hope that people will appreciate the Christmas miracle,” said the spokesperson.”
I am also very excited about the growth of the holiday miracle.
It’s a great time to be a Kyo fan.”