I covered this before. In South Korea, they aired Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to Wild Force dubbed
in Korean. In 2004, they started airing Super Sentai under the Power Ranger title. From Abaranger to Go-Onger, they also packaged American Power Ranger toys with Japanese toys. Now since Saban Brands has been late on adaptions, South Korea only releases the Japanese toys.
Power Rangers Dino Thunder
logo in Korea was a carbon-copy of the American Power Rangers Dino
Thunder logo. I must repeat that Abaranger was aired, not Dino Thunder itself.
Power Rangers Special Police Delta (2005)
Dekaranger, they used the Power Rangers SPD logo, SPD stood for a
combination of what it meant for Power Rangers and Dekaranger.
Dekaranger was Special Police Dekaranger and SPD in Power Rangers was
Space Patrol Delta, so in Korea it was Special Police Delta.
Power Rangers Magic Force (2006)
Magiranger called Power Rangers Magic Force and its logo looked more like the M insignia. In 2011, an online game was created using the characters and the name.
Power Rangers Treasure Force (2007)
Boukenger was renamed Treasure Force in Korea. It was not called Operation Overdrive.
Power Rangers Wild Spirits
logo used and called called Wild Spirits. (I know, irony since Gaoranger
was called Jungle Force instead of Gaoranger and Gekiranger was called
Wild Spirit instead of Jungle Fury).
Power Rangers Engine Force (2009)
Go-Onger was released as Power Rangers Engine Force with the Go-Onger logo. Just
like in Japan, the Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger movie was released but as
Power Rangers Jungle Force (2010)
Instead of airing Shinkenger, they skipped it because Shinkenger has too much Japanese infulence and the Koreans hate Japanese. Power Rangers Jungle Force---which is Gaoranger dubbed in Korean. But the toyline is a combination of
the Bandai America Power Rangers toyline and the Bandai Japan Super
Sentai toyline. Bandai Korea used a different background than Bandai
America did, the logo is reminiscent of the Wild Force logo but with the
Lion zord more prominent.
Power Rangers Miracle Force (2011)
Goseiger (2010) was not skip and became Miracle Force, embracing the Angel-motif unlike Power Rangers Megaforce.
Power Rangers Captain Force (2012)
For some odd reason, Gokaiger was called 'Captain Force' instead of Pirates. Maybe because they think the idea of Pirates is too barbaric for children.One thing is the name and the other is the visual. Shinkenger was shown in the series but given another name, Power Rangers Blade Force.
posted the names in the comments of the South Korean version gave to Goranger to Hurricanger. Most of them are carbon copies of the Sentai names except for Hurricanger is given the name Ninja Storm. Kakuranger is Ninja Ranger because Kaku means Hidden or better understood as Ninja. Check the comments of this post.
Power Rangers Go Bursters (2013)
Go-Busters (2012) is now being packaged in South Korea as Power Rangers Go-Bursters.