You might remember us covering the London Korean Drama Club a little bit in the past. They are a London-based group that organise meet ups and K-Drama screenings for fans. Recently, the founder of the organisation was interviewed for a podcast by the BBC World Service!

Despite enjoying a widespread popularity all over Asia, Korean dramas have yet to gain any real steam in the European and American television markets.

This part of the podcast involves discussion around the differences in plot lines in Korean drama compared to American series. As well as whether or not Western audiences will enjoy the foreign shows if given the chance to view them.

SEE ALSO  [NEWS] Sunmi and Pony meet Cara Delevingne at Dior launch

You can listen to this part of the podcast here!

|| Interested in the London Korean Drama club? Here are their Facebook Page, Twitter, MeetUp Page and blog! ||

What do you think of the discussion?

[Source: BBC Website].

Share.

About Author

I love writing (especially about K-Pop) and am trying to improve my skills with every post!