No, DStv hasn’t suddenly come up with a Netflix clone, or at least not in the sense of a “subscription video streaming service”. In fact, it’s the exact opposite. With the company now announcing the addition of Korea’s number 1 entertainment brand into the continent.
From 1 March 2021 viewers can tune in to tvN Africa on DStv channel 134 and immerse themselves in Korea’s most notable export to the world – Korean TV, said the statement.
The tvN channel will showcase popular music variety programmes, romance-filled series and action movies with world-famous Korean stars.
The Korean channel is specially curated and packaged for African audiences and will be available to local viewers first as a pop-up for four months.
With all content being subtitled and a dedicated drama slot dubbed in English, the pop-up channel will deliver fresh hourly programming every weekday from 18:45 CAT.
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