Korea - Carded Wild Bill
Pictured above is a carded Wild Bill (v2) sold in South Korea.
Unlike most figures that were sold in Korea that had Korean language stickers applied to foreign carded figures, the packaging here is completely re-written in the Korean language. It is unclear how common these Korean-language carded figures were.
Note that the logo says "G.I. Yoo-Gyuk Dae" - which roughly translates into "G.I. Army Unit".
From the collection of: E. Son
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