On-Media
ON Media Co, Ltd. (Orion Network Media), is a South Korean broadcasting company. Formerly a subsidiary of Korean food company Orion Confectionery, it was acquired by the CJ Group in 2010. Established ...
Traffic Broadcasting System
Traffic Broadcasting System (tbs) (Korean: 교통방송, Kyotong Bangsong) is a Korean television and radio network about traffic in Seoul Capital Area.This TV Station is run by Seoul Metropolitan Governm...
DR Movie
DR Movie is a Korean animation studio that was established in Seoul in 1990 and frequently works with Japanese companies on anime titles. Since 1991, the studio has been in an exclusive partnership wi...
OBS Gyeongin TV
OBS Gyeongin TV is a South Korean regional television station covering Gyeonggi Province, Incheon and, since 2011, Seoul. It is the only private terrestrial commercial television broadcaster with no r...
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Cinema Service
Cinema Service (Hangul: 시네마서비스) is a South Korean film production and distribution company. They are one of the two largest film distributors in Korea, along with CJ Entertainment.
The company...
Daewon Media
Daewon Media (대원미디어, 大元미디어), formerly Daiwon C&A Holdings, is a South Korean company specializing in character and animation-related business. Founded in 1973, Daewon's subsidiaries include Daiwo...
Showbox
Showbox Mediaplex Co., Inc. (Hangul: 쇼박스 ㈜미디어플렉스) is one of the largest film distribution companies in South Korea, founded in 2002. Showbox is the film investment, production and distribution bra...
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Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC; Korean: 문화방송주식회사; Hanja: 文化放送; Munhwa Bangsong Jushikhoesa, literally "Cultural Broadcasting Corporation")is one of leading South Korean television and radio ...
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Daegu Broadcasting Corporation
The Taegu Broadcasting Corporation (KRX: 033830) is a regional television and radio broadcasting company based in Daegu (Taegu), South Korea. The station was established on October 7, 1994, as an aff...
Seoul Broadcasting System
Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) (Hangul: 에스비에스, Eseubieseu) KRX: 034120 is a national South Korean television and radio network. It is the only private commercial broadcaster with wide regional networ...
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TOP Media
TOP Media (Hangul: 티오피미디어),(also known as T.O.P Media) is a South Korean company, founded by Shinhwa member Andy, handling the management of several artists. TOP Media usually works with LOEN Ente...
SBS Medianet
SBS Medianet (Korean: SBS 미디어넷) is a South Korean company by SBS, producing media, broadcast and telecommunication products for non free-to-air networks, including Skylife and 'Cable TV'(KCTA) ser...
AKOM
AKOM Production, Ltd. (Animation KOrea Movie) is a South Korean animation studio in Songpa-gu, Seoul that has provided much work since its conception in 1985 by Nelson Shin. Its biggest claim to fame ...
Cinepix
Cinepix is a South Korean 3-D animation company headquartered in Seoul.Cinepix created AquaKids and Cubix: Robots for Everyone.
Sigongsa
Sigongsa. Co., Ltd. (Korean: 시공사) is a South Korean publishing media group (including sub-businesses Sigong Books, Sigong Junior, and Sigong Magazines) that produces magazines, books, and digital ...
Empas
Empas (hangul: 엠파스) was one of the popular total internet search tools and web portal sites in South Korea. The service was launched in 1998 by Knowledge Plant Corporation (지식발전소), which changed its n...
KBS World
KBS World is Korean Broadcasting System's international broadcasting service. It consists of KBS World Radio and the KBS World television channel.
The foreign-language radio broadcast from KBS (be...
SkyLife
KT Skylife (Korean: KT스카이라이프) is a satellite broadcasting provider in South Korea. It is a subsidiary of KT Corporation.
Korean Broadcasting System
Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) (Korean: 한국 방송 공사, Hanguk Bangsong Gongsa) is the national broadcaster of South Korea. It was founded in 1927, and operates radio, television and online services, ...
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