Paramount+ launches in South Korea in partnership with TVING

Paramount+ has continued its international expansion, rolling out in South Korea.

The SVOD is available in the country via leading K-content platform TVING, with existing subscribers gaining access to Paramount+ content at no additional cost. 

High-profile titles streaming exclusively on Paramount+ includes originals like Halo and Yellowjackets, along with classic movie titles including The Godfather and Top Gun.

The launch is part of a strategic global partnership between Paramount Global and CJ ENM that includes content licensing and distribution across Paramount+ and TVING, as well as seven Korean original series including sci-fi drama series Yonder which will premiere later this year.  

Mark Specht, executive vice president and managing director, Central & Northern Europe and Asia, Paramount, said: “The launch of Paramount+ in Korea with TVING marks a pivotal moment in our expansion, as we introduce our premium streaming service to Asia. South Korea is a vibrant market for streaming as well as content production, music, and culture. We are very excited to partner with CJ ENM to expand our streaming business and produce great Korean content for audiences in Korea, Asia, and around the globe.”

Jay Yang, CEO of TVING, said: “Please look forward to the well-made, various K-content that will enter the global market through the partnership of No.1 K-content platform TVING and one of the top entertainment companies, Paramount.”

Tags: Paramount, TVING

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