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Dae Jang Geum, to air via satellite TV throughout China

2005/08/14 Source

A drama, 'Dae Jang Geum' will be broadcasted in main land China. With great popularity of the drama in Hong Kong and Taiwan, Hunan TV & Broadcast, which has a service area in the whole country in China, will air it via satellite TV starting from September 1.

It is the first time for Korean dramas to be broadcasted via not terrestrial but satellite channel intended for the whole country.

This is an evidence that Korean dramas have been further leveled up in China, following after broadcasting 'Terms of Endearment' of KBS (Korea Broadcasting System) on Channel-1 (a complex channel), not Channel-8 (exclusive for overseas programs) of CCTV.

Meanwhile, it was revealed that NHK will also air 'Dae Jang Geum' via terrestrial from November in Japan. It is the fourth Korean drama for Japanese terrestrial broadcaster to air behind 'Winter Sonata', All In, and 'Beautiful Days'.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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