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South Korean Media Industry
Transcript of South Korean Media Industry
$3.4 billion in 2011(KOCCA)
K-pop’s exports : $180 million
growing at an average annual rate of nearly 80 percent since 2007. Other Problems?
1. The low revenue from subscription-based services
2. The fear of illegal downloading I Star Cinema Major Film Companies Major Cinema Chains Censorship of Korean film 1910-1945 Present 1987-1992 Colonial Korea under Japanese rule The Motion Picture Censorship Regulation
The Chosun Motion Picture Law the new military regime Motion Picture Promotion Corporation (MPPC) 1)Establishing license system
2)Import quotas to set a limitation on how many films to be produced
3)The filmmakers could only depict the positive side rather than negative side of Korean society Korean Film Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism:
the market share for Korean films was 51.9%, up from 46.5 in 2010;
film exports increased by 14% in 2011. Famous Film Director Seung-hoon Jeong
Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies,
NYU Abu Dhabi
B.A., M.A. Seoul National University;
Ph.D. Yale University Hollywood Remakes Interview Darcy Paquet
Founder of Koreanfilm.org (since 1999);
Writer of the book: New Korea Cinema: Breaking the Waves
Journalist at Screen International;
Film festival consultant;
Columnist; Teacher Major Television Networks The stages of Korean Wave 1997-early 2000 After 2005 Around 2005 Korean Wave 1.0
China mainland, Taiwan, Vietnam
Biggest hits: 'Autumn Fairy Tale', HOT Korean Wave 2.0
Japan, China, Southeast Asia
‘Winter Sonata’, ‘Daejanggeum’ Korean Wave 3.0
China, Japan, SE Asia, Central Asia, Europe, South America, US
Biggest hits: K-Pop South Korean Media Industry Ziwei Guo What is Korean Wave (Hallyu)? Korean Television Industry TV programs related to North Korea South Korea's "unification channel" shows sitcoms as well as news North Korean defectors appearing on the South Korean TV program. TV programs TV Dramas - soap opera and historical drama Broadband Penetration& Game Industry Major Game Companies Exports of domestic cultural products (unit: $1000) 2009- Korean TV drama on US HULU like site Game Addiction & Government's Law Professional Gamer Game Rating Board Media Conglomerates Film box office 'what is special about Korean cinema is its diversity' Korean film industry has been growing in imitating/emulating Hollywood genre/star systems through the aggressive investment of cinematic capital and labor by major companies while keeping incorporating local culture and sensibility along with thematic issues and stories in globally accessible styles. Diversity,
Visuals self-orientalism AION became the very first Korean game to top the best selling charts in the US. South Korea is the first to pass 100 percent penetration for wireless broadband, according to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (July, 2012). South Korea hits 100% mark in wireless broadband Export of TV dramas