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List of programmes broadcast by the Korean Broadcasting System

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of programmes broadcast on South Korean terrestrial television channels KBS1 and KBS2 of Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) network.

Dramas

KBS prime-time flagship dramas are broadcast on KBS2 at 21:55, generally with two series airing simultaneously, with each series airing on two consecutive nights: Mondays–Tuesdays and Wednesdays–Thursdays; and on KBS1 at 20:25 every weekdays and at 20:40 on Saturdays, following the weekend edition of KBS News 9.

KBS2 Monday–Tuesday dramas

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 월화드라마.

KBS2 Wednesday–Thursday dramas

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 수목드라마.

KBS2 Friday dramas

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 금요드라마.

KBS2 Friday-Saturday dramas

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 금토드라마.

KBS2 Saturday-Sunday dramas (19:55)

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 주말연속극.

KBS1 Saturday-Sunday dramas (21:45)

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 대하드라마.

Inspired by Taiga drama from NHK of Japan, historical dramas began to air in 1981 with Daemyeong, a story about Hyojong of Joseon. The series usually airs about 50 minutes every Saturday and Sunday at 21:45.

KBS2 Saturday-Sunday dramas (21:30)

KBS1 Monday to Friday dramas (20:25)

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: 한국방송공사 1TV 일일연속극.

KBS2 Monday to Friday dramas (18:50)

KBS2 Monday to Friday dramas (19:50)

KBS1 Monday to Saturday dramas (08:00)

  • TV Novel: Sunok (TV소설 순옥이; 2006–2007)
  • TV Novel: Landscape in My Heart (TV소설 그대의 풍경; 2007)
  • TV Novel: Beautiful Days (TV소설 아름다운 시절; 2007-2008)
  • TV Novel: Big Sister (TV소설 큰 언니; 2008-2009)
  • TV Novel: Glory of Youth (TV소설 청춘예찬; 2009)

KBS2 Monday to Friday dramas (09:00)

KBS2 Sunday dramas (08:55)

  • Sharp 2 (반올림2; 2005–2006)
  • Vladimir & Oksana in Love Country
  • Return to Moscow
  • 50M2

KBS2 Saturday anthology (23:15)

KBS2 Sunday anthology (23:15)

KBS Morning Drama

KBS Morning Drama is a TV slot that aired dramas at 9 am from Monday to Friday at KBS 2TV. Due to poor ratings, the slot was abolished twice, from October 7, 1991 to October 3, 1992 for about one year, and from October 10, 1994 to March 1, 1996 for about one year and four months. On November 4, 2011, it was abolished again after the end of Pit-a-pat, My Love [ko], and TV Novel's Dear My Sister aired on the time slot instead. Following the end of Through the Waves and the TV Novel series, this time slot has been revived again with Lady Cha Dal-rae's Lover airing on 2018, 7 years following the discontinuation. This time slot has been quickly cancelled again and replaced by reruns of KBS1's daily dramas.

  • Ilchul Peak (일출; 1989)
  • A Blooming Nest (꽃피는 둥지; 1989–1990)
  • Wife's garden (아내의 뜰; 1990)
  • Autumn guest (가을에 온 손님; 1990–1991)
  • White Wind (하늬바람; 1991)
  • And a Rocky Boat [ko] (그리고 흔들리는 배; 1991)
  • A Rainy Afternoon (비 오는 날 오후; 1992–1993)
  • A Standing Woman (서있는 여자; 1993)
  • A 31-year-old Rebellion (서른한 살의 반란; 1993)
  • Love and Farewell (사랑, 그리고 이별; 1993–1994)
  • Because You're Here [ko] (그대 있음에; 1994)
  • The Wind Blowing Outside the Window (창 밖에 부는 바람; 1994)
  • Here Comes Ajumma [ko] (아줌마가 간다; 2006–2007)
  • It's Ok Because I Love You [ko] (사랑해도 괜찮아; 2007)
  • The Innocent Woman [ko] (착한여자 백일홍; 2007–2008)
  • You Stole My Heart [ko] (난 네게 반했어; 2008)
  • Wife and Woman [ko] (아내와 여자; 2008–2009)
  • The Tale of Janghwa and Hongryeon [ko] (장화, 홍련; 2009)
  • I'll Give You Everything [ko] (다 줄거야; 2009–2010)
  • Mom Is Pretty Too [ko] (엄마도 예쁘다; 2010)
  • I’m Glad I Loved You [ko] (사랑하길 잘했어; 2010–2011)
  • Pit-a-pat, My Love [ko] (두근두근 달콤; 2011)
  • Lady Cha Dal-rae's Lover (차달래 부인의 사랑; 2018–2019)

Award shows

Documentaries

  • KBS Special (KBS 스페셜)
  • The Story of Korean History (한국사'전')
  • Science Cafe (과학카페)
  • Backpack Travels
  • Age of Global Success
  • World Heritage Expeditions
  • Rediscovery of Korea
  • Mysteries of Human Body
  • Love in Asia
  • Korean Dining and Cuisine
  • Kingdom of Animals (동물의왕국)
  • Insight on Asia (인사이트 아시아)
    • The Noodle Road (누들로드)
    • Asian Corridor in Heaven (차마고도)
  • Documentary 3 Days
  • Conversations with the Past (역사스페셜)
  • Homo Academicus (공부하는 인간)
  • Korean Food Table [ko]

News and current affairs

KBS1

  • KBS News Plaza (KBS 뉴스광장, KBS 1TV's Breakfast news programme)
  • KBS News 930 (KBS 뉴스930, Mid-morning news programme)
  • KBS News 12 (KBS 뉴스12, Midday news programme)
  • Sasageongeon (사사건건, talkshow program)
  • KBS News 5 (KBS 뉴스5, Early evening news programme)
  • KBS News 7 (KBS 뉴스7, Evening news programme with some local segments)
  • KBS News 9 (KBS 뉴스9, Main news programme)
  • KBS Newsline (KBS 뉴스라인, Nightly news programme)
  • KBS News 2430 (KBS 2430 뉴스, Weekend late night news programme)
  • COVID-19 Newsroom (코러나19 통합뉴스룸, special newscast for COVID-19 reports)

KBS2

  • Good Morning Korea Live (굿모닝 대한민국 라이브, morning current affairs program)
  • KBS 800 Newstime (KBS 800 뉴스타임, KBS 2TV's morning newscast)
  • KBS Global News (지구촌 뉴스, KBS 2TV's world newscast)
  • Integrated Newsroom ET (통합뉴스룸 ET, Economy newscast)
  • KBS 1500 Newstime (KBS 1500 뉴스타임, KBS 2TV's afternoon newscast)

KBS World

  • News Today (The channel's only English news programme)

Sports

  • 2013 KBS Soccer Cup
  • KBS Super Rugby

Entertainment

In October 2004, October 2007 and 2012 within frameworks of Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union 49th General Assembly KBS will host major international music festivals in KBS Hall in Seoul – First ABU TV and Radio Song Festivals.[2][3]

Music programs

Children's

See also

References

  1. ^ Shim Eon-kyung (September 23, 2021). "[단독]김재욱X정수정 '크레이지 러브', KBS2 월화 라인업...2022년 2월 방송" [[Exclusive] Kim Jae-wook X Jung Su-jeong's 'Crazy Love', KBS2 Monday-Tuesday Lineup...February 2022 broadcast] (in Korean). SpoTV News. Retrieved September 23, 2021 – via Naver.
  2. ^ "ABU TV and Radio Song Festivals 2012". ESCKAZ.com. Retrieved 17 August 2004.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "ABU GA Seoul 2012". Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 17 August 2007.
  4. ^ A famous song of traditional songs from 1985! Sing the songs and trots that have passed. A music program aimed at the middle-aged, reminiscent of nostalgia and memories.
  5. ^ "How to apply for K-Pop Music Shows". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 3 June 2004.

External links

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