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KOCCA: Korea Creative Content Agency - TV Shows


KOCCA: Korea Creative Content Agency - TV Shows

Company overview

In the past 10 years, Korea Creative Content Agency has made broad, deep and diverse footsteps. From cartoons to webtoons, animations, characters, games, musical and fashion as well as dramas and k-pop that make people of the world alive, we strived to bring unique sentiment of our content at every corner of the globe.

We will continue to strive until Korea's creative content solidifies position in the global market.

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Company contact

Address: 35 Gyoyuk-gil
Naju-si, Jeollanam-do
Korea, South
Phone: +82-1566-1114
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

Programming Profile

New wave of K-content reaches the global market


Do Hyoung Lee, general director of broadcasting at Korean cultural agency Kocca, explains the ongoing demand for South Korean content while introducing 18 new shows to the international buying community.


South Korean drama has been a global phenomenon for many years now, with wave after wave of hit shows spreading out from Asia and reaching the US and Europe in recent years.


But things have certainly moved on from the good old days of Winter Sonata, the KBS hit that put Korean drama on the global map almost 20 years ago. Things have changed even from the more recent crossover hits like The Good Doctor, another KBS show from 2013 that was successfully adapted for ABC in the US in 2017 and travelled the globe.


Since then, the streaming boom – both within South Korea and internationally – has changed the landscape for Korean drama in a number of ways. Over to Do Hyoung Lee, general director of broadcasting at South Korean cultural agency Kocca, to explain how.


“The popularity of Korean drama has continued globally this year, just as it did in 2020,” he says. “As competition has been getting more fierce among domestic and foreign online streaming services, such as Netflix, Disney+, Wavve and TVing, demand for Korean drama has increased and there has been more investment in production. This trend has stimulated the diversity of Korean drama.”