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. In association with the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA), World Screen is highlighting this dynamic market in our second Korean TV Festival.

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A+E Networks Korea is presenting 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 is highlighting 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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