Park Gyu-young in a still from Sweet Home. The huge Netflix hit has made streaming companies in South Korea sit up and take notice, in what is an increasingly crowded TV market. Photo: Son Ik-chung/Netflix Park Gyu-young in a still from Sweet Home. The huge Netflix hit has made streaming companies in South Korea sit up and take notice, in what is an increasingly crowded TV market. Photo: Son Ik-chung/Netflix
Park Gyu-young in a still from Sweet Home. The huge Netflix hit has made streaming companies in South Korea sit up and take notice, in what is an increasingly crowded TV market. Photo: Son Ik-chung/Netflix
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K-drama streaming wars: how Netflix hits Kingdom and Sweet Home complicate Korea’s increasingly crowded TV market

  • Since Netflix started showing Korean dramas in 2016, it has changed the template for how they are made and brought them to an international audience
  • With Disney+, HBO Max, and Apple+ all expected to follow suit soon, Korean cable and terrestrial channels’ productions will have to up their game

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Park Gyu-young in a still from Sweet Home. The huge Netflix hit has made streaming companies in South Korea sit up and take notice, in what is an increasingly crowded TV market. Photo: Son Ik-chung/Netflix Park Gyu-young in a still from Sweet Home. The huge Netflix hit has made streaming companies in South Korea sit up and take notice, in what is an increasingly crowded TV market. Photo: Son Ik-chung/Netflix
Park Gyu-young in a still from Sweet Home. The huge Netflix hit has made streaming companies in South Korea sit up and take notice, in what is an increasingly crowded TV market. Photo: Son Ik-chung/Netflix
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