Following our panel discussion on Thursday 23 June, it seems timely to pursue our exploration of the distribution of Korean dramas by looking at their presence in the Turkish as well as Middle Eastern markets. Indeed, although very few Korean dramas have actually aired in Turkey, they have proven a sought-for source of inspiration for Turkish dramas, […]

Viki’s first original series DRAMAWORLD is set to become exclusively available on the global site powered by fans on Sunday 17 April, worldwide excluding China and South Korea. The 10-episode web comedy-drama is set in Los Angeles and South Korea, written in both English and Korean, and aimed at the fast-growing global fan base of […]

Starting from 19:00, Korean TV drama fans are invited to join the second event of the yearly London Korean Drama Screenings on Thursday 2 April, from 7:00pm. After a talk with special guests, and before a drinks reception, the two following Korean TV dramas will be screened:   Kill Me, Heal Me (킬미, 힐미) First […]

On September 24, The Hospital Club welcomed a number of important personalities from the Korean drama industry, as producers and executives from the major broadcasters came to attend a K-Drama Showcase – part of the KCCUK’s K-Drama Week. After a first session dedicated to explore collaboration opportunities between South Korea and the UK, which the […]

Over the past few months, quite a few Korean dramas have been picked for a remake in the U.S. Surprising in appearance; there are actually several factors behind such a trend. The general audience is usually more familiar with the concept of remake in the film industry, with Hollywood being especially keen on adapting and […]

As we mentioned earlier, at the 2nd meeting of the London Korean Drama Club nominations of the best Korean dramas of 2013 have been made in a number of categories. There is a total of 5 nominees per category and a total of 11 categories. We can now reveal the nominations list, which is as […]

After six years of trying, Western markets finally started to open up. Turkey was the first of them. Fox Turkey picked up the format rights for popular drama I’m Sorry, I Love You from KBS and broadcast it in March 2013. Later that year, in October 2013, Turkey’s Show TV repeated the experience with King of Baking, Kim […]

2013 has been a year full of surprises, laughs and emotions, and TV dramas contributed to a part. For its second year in a row, DramaFever, the #1 online streaming platform for TV dramas, has organized a competition to select the best we have seen and heard in the past 12 months. To motivate fans […]