Apple to launch Apple TV Plus streaming service in Korea
The company plans to celebrate the occasion by releasing the first Korean Apple Original series, “Dr.Brain.”
Apple is all set to launch its Apple TV Plus streaming service and the Apple TV 4K hardware in Korea on November 4. The company plans to celebrate the occasion by releasing the first Korean Apple Original series, “Dr.Brain.”
“Dr.Brain” is a Korean-language show based on a webtoon of the same name which is very popular in Korea. The show’s main plot revolves around the story of a brain scientist who works to find new technologies to access memory, which is then used when his family undergoes a mysterious accident.
Directed by the visionary filmmaker Kim Jee-Woon (THE AGE OF SHADOWS, A BITTERSWEET LIFE, A TALE OF TWO SISTERS), starring Lee Sun-Kyun (PARASITE). Get ready for a mind-bending journey with a genius neuroscientist who navigates through other people’s memories in search of the truth.
Apple TV Plus is in participation with internet service provider SK Broadband in Korea, priced at 6,500 won ($5.50) per month. All shows on the platform are now available with Korean dub and subtitles, too. Apple’s video streaming service comes with three months of free trial on the purchase of an eligible Apple device.