One of the more frustrating anime series of 2010 is heading to South Korea this March, according to AnimeAnime.biz. The series ended its simulcast with FUNimation at the end of 2010 in a way that left you frustrated since it wasn't really an ending but almost a cliffhanger and this comes after a very up and down run overall. According to the report, the series will air on South Korea's KBS1 channel starting March 16th. KBS has aired anime before with titles such as One Piece and Kirarin Revolution noted in particular. The release of the series there makes sense since fantasy titles continue to be very popular in the country and the show could find a market. There are some changes being made to it though for the broadcast as it will be dubbed by South Korean voice actors and apparently both the opening and closing sequences will be redone by South Korean artists.
Plot concept: The Legend of Legendary Heroes is based off of the light novel series by Takaya Kagami. It's set in the magical kingdom of Roland Empire, the story centers around three main characters: Ryner Lute, a young sorcerer who is extremely lazy and unmotivated, King Sion Astal of Roland and Ferris Eris, a girl from a clan of swordsmen.