Seoul Broadcasting System

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Korean Broadcasting System. Educational Broadcasting System. Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation. List of South Korean broadcasting networks. Official SBS Website. Official SBS Global Website. SBS International (SBS America).

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation

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Korean Broadcasting System. Educational Broadcasting System. List of South Korean broadcasting networks. List of Korea-related topics. Contemporary culture of South Korea. Official Homepage. [mms:// Live Stream (Chuncheon MBC)]. [mms:// Live Stream (Wonnju MBC)]. MBC Global Media English language homepage. MBC in Brief. MBC History Logos. Oh!K Southeast Asia SEA Version of MBC Joint Venture with Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific.

South Korea

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South Korea hosted the Asian Games in 1986 (Seoul), 2002 (Busan) and 2014 (Incheon). It also hosted the Winter Universiade in 1997, the Asian Winter Games in 1999 and the Summer Universiade in 2003, 2015. In 1988, South Korea hosted the Summer Olympics in Seoul, coming fourth with 12 gold medals, 10 silver medals and 11 bronze medals. South Korea regularly performs well in archery, shooting, table tennis, badminton, short track speed skating, handball, hockey, freestyle wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling, baseball, judo, taekwondo, speed skating, figure Skating, and weightlifting. The Seoul Olympic Museum is a museum in Seoul, South Korea, dedicated to the 1988 Summer Olympics.

Baeksang Arts Awards

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The ceremony is usually presented in April or May in Seoul. * Grand Prize. Best Film. Best Director. Best Actor. Best Actress. Best Supporting Actor. Best Supporting Actress. Best Screenplay. Best New Director. Best New Actor. Best New Actress. Most Popular Actor. Most Popular Actress. Grand Prize. Best Drama. Best Educational Show. Best Entertainment Program. Best Director. Best Actor. Best Actress. Best Supporting Actor. Best Supporting Actress. Best Screenplay. Best New Director. Best Variety Performer – Male. Best Variety Performer – Female. Best New Actor. Best New Actress. Most Popular Actor. Most Popular Actress. Baeksang Arts Awards at Naver. Baeksang Arts Awards at Naver.

List of 2 Days & 1 Night episodes

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Note: The episode numbers indicated below are reckoned from when this segment was revamped as 2 Days & 1 Night, and do not take the first 12 episodes of its predecessor, Are You Ready, into consideration. In the ratings below, the highest rating for the show will be in red, and the lowest rating for the show will be in blue each season. Note: Ratings not found will be represented by "—". Note: For the TNmS ratings, boxes marked with "—" means the episode did not make it into the Top 20, and therefore ratings were not found. * 2 Days & 1 Night on KBS World via YouTube

KBS Drama Awards

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The KBS Drama Awards is an awards ceremony presented by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) for outstanding achievements in Korean dramas aired on its network. It is held annually on 31 December. The highest honor of the ceremony is the "Grand Prize", awarded to the best actor or actress of the year. Grand Prize, ceremony's highest honor. Top Excellence in Acting Award . Excellence in Acting Award . Best Supporting Actor/Actress . Best New Actor/Actress . Best Young Actor/Actress . Best Actor/Actress in a One-Act/Special/Short Drama . PD Award, given to the best actor or actress, as determined by PDs. Best Writer . Special Award .


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Yeouido (Hangul: 여의도, Yoi Island or Yeoui Island) is a large island (or eyot) on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea. It is Seoul's main finance and investment banking district. Its 8.4 square kilometers are home to some 30,988 people. The island is located in the Yeongdeungpo-gu district of Seoul, and largely corresponds to the precinct of Yeouido-dong. The island contains the National Assembly Building, where the National Assembly of South Korea meets, Korea Financial Investment Association, the large Yoido Full Gospel Church, the 63 Building, and the headquarters of LG, Korean Broadcasting System, and the Korea Exchange Center.


KBS2 is a South Korean free-to-air channel owned by the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). Its programming mainly consists of drama and entertainment shows. KBS2 is a result of the forced merger of the Tongyang Broadcasting Corporation with KBS in 1980. KBS2 is the home of predominantly entertainment and drama programs produced by KBS as well as airing KBS 8 Morning Newstime, KBS Newstime, and the other station's main newscast, Music Bank and You Hee-Yeol's Sketchbook, the network's main musical programs, Happy Together, Let's Go Dream Team!, 2 Days & 1 Night, The Return of Superman and Immortal Songs, the network's well known variety shows.

2016 KBS Drama Awards

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The 2016 KBS Drama Awards, presented by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), was held on December 31, 2016 at KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul. It was hosted by Jun Hyun-moo, Park Bo-gum and Kim Ji-won. (Winners denoted in bold) * 2016 KBS 연기대상

KBS World

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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 (before its restructure into a public broadcaster in March 1973) was started as "The Voice of Free Korea" in 1953. It officially became a part of KBS in July 1968. The station was renamed Radio Korea in March 1973, and then Radio Korea International in August 1994. In July 2003, KBS World, an international television channel aimed at Koreans abroad, started broadcasting. In March 2005, Radio Korea International became KBS World Radio.

1988 Summer Olympics

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The 1988 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXIV Olympiad, was an international multi-sport event celebrated from 17 September to 2 October 1988 in Seoul, South Korea. In the Seoul Games, 159 nations were represented by a total of 8,391 athletes: 6,197 men and 2,194 women. 237 events were held and 27,221 volunteers helped to prepare the Olympics. 11,331 media (4,978 written press and 6,353 broadcasters) showed the Games all over the world. These were the last Olympic Games for the Soviet Union and East Germany, as both ceased to exist before the next Olympic Games. The Soviets utterly dominated the medal table, winning 55 gold and 132 total medals.

Seoul National University

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The campus was used as a filming location for Seoul Broadcasting System's 2008 drama Star's Lover. It was used as the university of Kim Chul Soo's, played by Yoo Ji-tae, employment, his lectures and Lee Ma-ri's, played by Choi Ji-woo, visit to the school. Locations used included the gallery, Kyujanggak, and museum roads. This is the first time the university has allowed its campus to be used as a filming location. In May 2015, the 185th trip of the famous Korean variety show 2 Days & 1 Night advertised the university by holding various tasks on the university campus in the shows very own fashion.


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January 2015: JTBC constructs a new building in Digital Media City in Sangam-dong, Seoul. The table below lists the top 10 dramas with the highest average audience share ratings (nationwide), corresponding episode with highest rating and the date. 「Ratings」data sourced from AGB nationwide rating of cable channel, with the inclusion of occasional advertisement. Samsung. List of Shinhwa Broadcast episodes. Maeil Broadcasting Network. TV Chosun.

Lee Soo-geun

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He began his career as a comedian on KBS Gag Concert and appeared in Finding Laughter. He lives in Mapo-gu, a district in Seoul. He is under the management of SM Culture & Contents agency. Before entering the entertainment industry, Lee worked as a recreational instructor, and entered a singing contest on MBC's River Music Festival . He was also an aerobics instructor. In October 2006, he began his own online internet shopping mall, selling clothes. In May 2008, he became an ambassador for the Pork Management Committee Lee has appeared on many reality-variety shows. He made a breakthrough in his career after appearing on KBS' Happy Sunday: 1 Night 2 Days.

Seoyoung, My Daughter

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Seoyoung, My Daughter is a 2012 South Korean television series, starring Lee Bo-young, Chun Ho-jin, Lee Sang-yoon and Park Hae-jin. The family drama focuses on the broken relationship between Seo-young and her father, who later reunite with the help of her twin brother. It aired on KBS2 from September 15, 2012 to March 3, 2013 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 50 episodes. It recorded a peak viewership rating of 47.6%, making it the highest rated Korean drama of 2013.

Kim Jaewon

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He rose to stardom a year later when he played a high school senior who falls for his teacher (played by Kim Ha-neul) in 2002 hit drama Romance. Rival (with So Yoo-jin) and My Love Patzzi (with Jang Na-ra and Kim Rae-won) further raised his profile. He reunited with Rival costar Kim Min-jung in Land of Wine (2003), where they played a young couple trying to revive traditional liquor amidst a family feud. Then in 2004, he starred opposite Sun Feifei in Beijing My Love, a South Korean-Chinese co-production which was shot 80% in China. He also appeared in the romantic comedy film 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant, followed by a supporting role in My 19 Year Old Sister-in-Law.

Jang Na-ra

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She also won the Excellence Award for an Actress in a mini-series at the 2017 KBS Drama Awards. In 2018, Jang was cast in the mystery thriller drama The Last Empress, playing a musical actress who becomes the Empress of a modern-day monarch. The series received high ratings and Jang was praised for her performance with her wide range in acting. In 2019, Jang will return to small screen with the office mystery drama VIP starring together with Lee Sang-yoon. The year 2002 is Jang's year, with best selling albums, multiple endorsements and highly rated TV shows under her belt. Her popularity throughout South Korea is massive, often dubbed as Jang Na-ra Syndrome.

KBS Entertainment Awards

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The KBS Entertainment Awards is an event held yearly and is sponsored by KBS. The awards ceremony is approximately 140 minutes long and is shown in two parts on KBS2. The ceremony features performances by K-pop artists and music parodies from Gag Concert members. This event is held at the end of each year, except in 2017, the Entertainment Awards were not held due to the [[Korean Broadcasting System#2017_–_2nd_KBS_strike_against_pro-government_bias_of_its_president|KBS Variety Director Strike]]. The Viewer's Choice Program award is chosen by votes from the viewers by SMS. The Top Excellence Award is awarded to an individual for their appearance in variety and comedy.

Lee Seung-gi

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Lee was a permanent member of the first season of 1 Night 2 Days, a segment of KBS's weekend variety show Happy Sunday, from November 2007 to February 2012. Known by his nickname "Heodang", his appearance on the show shot him to fame in Korea and made him a household name. In 2008, he received the "Best Popularity" award in the KBS Entertainment Awards due to his popularity with audience in 1 Night 2 Days. He also earned the "Top Excellence Host" award in the 2010 KBS Entertainment Awards and the "Daesang" award with the other cast members of the first season at the 2011 KBS Entertainment Awards.

Bukchon Hanok Village

Because of the tourists the number of residents fell from over 9000 to 7530; they say the tourists are driving the residents out of the neighborhood. * KBS《Documentary 3 days - Morning at Bukchon》(June 27, 2009). KBS1 Night 2 Days(1박 2일) - Seoul special》 (September 26, 2010). Namsangol Hanok Village. Korean Folk Village. Hahoe Folk Village. Yangdong Village of Gyeongju. Jeonju Hanok Village. Rakkojae. Bukchon Hanok Village - Seoul's official site. Bukchon (Jongno-gu). Gallery of Buchon Hanok Village. Gahoe-dong Hanok Village at the Women Dong-a. Rakkojae Seoul Hanok Hotel.

30th Blue Dragon Film Awards

The 30th Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony was held on December 2, 2009 at the KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul, South Korea. Hosted by actors Kim Hye-soo and Lee Beom-soo, it was presented by Sports Chosun and was broadcast on KBS starting at 8PM KST. Complete list of nominees and winners: (Winners denoted in bold)

Kim Young-ae

Kim Yeong-ae
Actress (Goodbye Mom). 2000 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Waves). 2000 SBS Drama Awards: Big Star Award (Cheers for the Women). 2000 27th Korea Broadcasting Awards: Best TV Actress (Waves). 2000 36th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress (Waves). 1997 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Colors, Reporting for Duty, Until We Can Love). 1997 33rd Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress (The Brothers' River). 1990 KBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Award, Actress (Ilchul). 1982 18th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best TV Actress (Nocturne). 1974 MBC Talent Awards: Excellence Award, Actress. 1974 10th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New TV Actress (Queen Min).

MBC Drama Awards

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KBS Drama Awards. SBS Drama Awards.

29th Blue Dragon Film Awards

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The 29th Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony was held on November 20, 2008 at the KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul, South Korea. Hosted by actors Jung Joon-ho and Kim Hye-soo, it was presented by Sports Chosun and broadcast on KBS. Complete list of nominees and winners: (Winners denoted in bold)