KBS show "School 2017" finished with 4.6 per cent viewership. This is lower than "School 2015," which garnered 9.7 percent, and far less than "School 2013," with 16 per cent. Photo: Courtesy of KBS KBS show "School 2017" finished with 4.6 per cent viewership. This is lower than "School 2015," which garnered 9.7 percent, and far less than "School 2013," with 16 per cent. Photo: Courtesy of KBS
KBS show "School 2017" finished with 4.6 per cent viewership. This is lower than "School 2015," which garnered 9.7 percent, and far less than "School 2013," with 16 per cent. Photo: Courtesy of KBS
Korea Times

South Korean viewers turning away from major broadcasters to cable networks

Viewership for major broadcasters’ shows are dropping amid strikes and boycotts

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KBS show "School 2017" finished with 4.6 per cent viewership. This is lower than "School 2015," which garnered 9.7 percent, and far less than "School 2013," with 16 per cent. Photo: Courtesy of KBS KBS show "School 2017" finished with 4.6 per cent viewership. This is lower than "School 2015," which garnered 9.7 percent, and far less than "School 2013," with 16 per cent. Photo: Courtesy of KBS
KBS show "School 2017" finished with 4.6 per cent viewership. This is lower than "School 2015," which garnered 9.7 percent, and far less than "School 2013," with 16 per cent. Photo: Courtesy of KBS
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