South Korea has become a cultural juggernaut, delivering critically acclaimed feature films, buzzy TV series and, of course, a slew of chart-topping pop artists to zealous fans across the world. Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) highlighted this dynamic market in the second Korean TV Festival.

A+E Networks Korea presented its hit Studio Dalla original series The King of Negotiation, a reality show that encompasses two seasons for a total of 25 17-minute episodes.

Chosunbiz produces a range of content and operates such YouTube channels as Pearlysien. In the festival, it highlighted the short-form fashion series Milanonna.

In the wake of the success of The Masked Singer, South Korea has become the latest “it” territory for format creation. FormatEast, a subsidiary of SBS, is looking to tap into that demand with its latest creations, including the DNA-based music competition DNA Singer and celebrity reality show Blue Chip Stars.

ISLANDSTORY is offering up a 50-minute natural history documentary about Jeju’s famous Yongcheon Cave, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site, called Discover Mystery Cave.

Studio Lululala, a cross-media studio created by JTBC that provides content for Gen Z and millennials, is behind season B season featuring Korean celebrity Rain.

Kakao Entertainment, an entertainment unit of Kakao Corp., is showcasing the female-focused 12-part drama No, Thank You, about the life of a newly married woman.

KBS Media, meanwhile, has another K-drama, Dali & Cocky Prince, as well as a new entertainment show called The Song We Loved, A New Singer.

Documentary outfit Min Production puts the spotlight on a traditional Korean seasoned vegetable dish in the ten-part series The Praise of Four Seasons—NAMUL.

The short-form web romance drama Third Person’s Love Point is on offer from Yoon&Company.



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