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1st Korean Drama on Europe's Terrestrial TV

2008/01/11 | 422 views | Permalink | Source

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A Korean drama will be broadcast on European television for the first time ever.

Hungary's national broadcaster MTV will air the historical drama "Dae Jang Geum", or "Jewel in the Palace", twice a week from mid-February. The 70-part hit series will air for six months.

The Korean embassy in Budapest announced the decision on Friday.

President Zoltán Rudi of MTV Hungarian Television said the Korean drama will help introduce foreign culture to the Hungarian public.

An MTV official said "Dae Jang Geum" is fun and informative all around but most of all highly marketable.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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