Misty (aurora_nebulosa) wrote in deafblind,

Samsung Guide Dog Commercial

I've been hearing of late a commercial put on by Samsung where a Korean girl talks about how she lost her sight 15 years ago and has "seen far more than ever before" (or something like that) now that she has her guide dog. Does anyone know what's going on visually in this commercial?
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Hi, I know this is old, but I figured you would still want to know the answer to your question.
I found the commercial on YouTube. It is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YW2p68TosU
I hope it's the same one you heard.

The commercial opens with the girl walking with her guide dog next to the beach. A caption comes up in the corner that reads "Yeji Kim, Aspiring pianist." There are more beach scenes, and she hears the message from her Samsung cell phone that says, "Congratulations, your audition was a success!" The next scene shows her walking on stage to her piano with her guide dog. Then there is a close-up of her hugging her dog. Along the bottom of the screen are different time zones: New York, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, and Frankfurt. There is a caption across the screen that says, "Samsung supports Guide Dog training," and then a black screen with Samsung's logo.

There are other commercials in the series, but they are in Korean.