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August 10, 2022
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10 major Korean broadcasters introduce today latest trends in TV production

The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Embassy in Bucharest organize today at the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel starting with 11:00 a.m. “The 2014 Korea TV Content Showcase in Romania” with the participation of major Korean broadcasters and program production companies.
After the success of the first similar event hold in 2011 and given the growing popularity of the Korean TV dramas in Romania, this year’s edition of “Korea TV Content Showcase” has on the agenda the introducing of the latest trends in broadcasting content and TV programs to the Romanian people.
10 Korean broadcasters will be participating in this event where they will show and present around 60 TV contents of success , including the latest dramas, entertainment programs, documentaries, animation.
Among the various Korean contents that will be introduced to the Romanian broadcasters, TV and film producers and media representatives who have confirmed the attendance there are popular dramas (“Secret Love”, “It’s alright”, “This is Love”); documentaries with lower cultural barrier (“Traveling along Korean rivers”); entertainment programs (“Where are we going ,Dad?”, “The Real Men”) or child-oriented animations (“Wonder Balls”, “Junk Ville Story”), etc.
In addition to all these, K-Pop dance performances and UHD TV content trial screenings will be held as special event aiming to introduce K-Pop culture and Korean advanced broadcasting technology of latest generation to the Romanian audience.
“This event is a precious opportunity for enhancing the Romanian-Korean cooperation in the broadcasting sector, as well as for strengthening the friendship between the two countries and nations,” reads a press statement released by the Korean Embassy in Bucharest.

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