There’s One Scene In “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” That’s Completely Different In Korea

Marvel cleverly localized this specific scene in their movie to match the location it was being shown in. 

In the 2014 film Captain America: The Winter Soldier, there is a deleted scene in which Captain America writes down a list of things he needs to learn about to catch up to the 21st Century. The list of trends, movies, people, events, songs, food, and more was unique to almost every country the movie was shown in. The last 5 items on the list remained the same in every country, however, the first five were written according to local trends and history. Here’s what the scenes looked like according to each country.

South Korea

Dance Dance Revolution, Park Ji Sung, Oldboy, Disco, and 2002 World Cup.

North America 

I Love Lucy, Moon Landing, Berlin Wall, Disco, and Steve Jobs.


France ’98, Louis de Funes, Cduche, Daft Punk and The Fifth Element.

The United Kingdom

TV Show- Sherlock, Moon Landing, The Beatles, World Cup Final (1996), and Sean Connery.


Yuri Gagarin, Vladimir Vysotskiy, Soviet Union Dissolution – 1991, Moscow doesn’t believe in tears, and Disco


World Cup Champion – 1982, 2006, Vasco Rossi, Berlin Wall up+down, Roberto Benigni, and Ferrari’s victories at F1 Grand Prix.


Chilean Miner’s Resue, Maradona‘s Hand of God, Shakira, Neri Vela, and Octavio Paz.


Rafa Nadal, Chupa Chups, Héroes del Silencio, 1978 Constitution, and Camilo José Cela.

Australia and New Zealand

AC/DC, Space Travel, Steve Irwin, Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, and Tim Tams.


Ayrton Senna, Wagner Moura, Xuxa, Mamonas Assassinas, Chaves.


Currywurst, Moon Landing, Berlin Wall up + down, Oktoberfest, and Disco.

Source: Comics Alliance