Yonhap News Agency, Seoul, November 22. Kim Eun-hye, chief secretary of the South Korean Presidential Office Communiqué, said at a press conference on the 22nd that South Korean movies have restarted to be played on Chinese video-on-demand services (OTT) platforms. for the first time.
Kim Eun-hye said that President Yoon Suk-yue emphasized the importance of culture, personnel exchanges and communication between the two countries at the South Korea-China summit meeting on the 15th of this month, and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed with this. The above-mentioned measures can be interpreted as an opportunity for China to respond to South Korea's concerns at the South Korea-China summit meeting.
Kim Eun-hye emphasized that she expects China to create a bright future in which the ban on the import of Korean cultural and creative content will be lifted based on the meaningful results of the summit meeting. The South Korean side will continue to work hard for this and pay attention to it.
Earlier, Chinese OTT platform Tencent Video began to provide playback services for South Korean director Hong Sang-soo's 2018 work "Riverside Hotel". Chung Min-young, chief representative of the Korea Film Promotion Commission's representative office in China, told reporters that "Riverside Hotel" has been approved by the State Administration of Radio and Television of China, and it will be launched on Tencent Video in early November. (Finish)
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