Ever since their discovery in the 19th century, dinosaurs have sparked the imagination. The notion of giant reptiles the size of buildings has long been a fascination of writers, scientists, and more recently movie makers. This entertaining but educational two-part series, a popular hit in South Korea, uses state-of-the-art computer graphics to tell the fictional tale of Patch, a tarbosaurus who 80 million years ago ruled the forests in the land that would become Korea. His life story is split into two parts, the first covering his years as an infant who must first learn to hide before he can learn to hunt. The second installment shows Patch as an adult, the king of the forest and the top of the food chain - or is he?.