Why haven't we seen more of this online?
Over the last year Korean TV stations have been opening up YouTube channels and offering a wide variety and deep catalog of their shows—everything from weekly dramas to K-Pop musical programs. The main three terrestrial broadcasters all have multiple channels with their top shows — KBS, MBC, and SBS. YouTube also has many top cable shows such as Pororo from Iconix animation studio andSonbadak TV. […] On the Shows page in Korea, you’ll find new programs like Infinite Challenge (무한도전) and classics like My Lovely Sam-Soon (내 이름은 김삼순), with subtitles in English, Spanish and other languages.People always talk about the ways that the Internet exposes people to other cultures, but they seem to leave out the key point: most of that is illegal. Posting these shows and music videos on websites (like Hulu or YouTube) not only legalizes peoples' thirst for other entertainment, but it also makes it economically viable.