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NETFLIX VENTURES INTO NEW KOREAN DRAMA: 'THE TRUNK' FEATURING GONG YOO AND SEO HYUN-JIN

Get ready for an exciting addition to Netflix's Korean drama collection as the streaming giant announced the upcoming production of "The Trunk."

19.07.2023
BY JORDI HILDIANTO
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Starring beloved Korean actors Gong Yoo and Seo Hyun-jin. The series, written by Park Eun-young and directed by Kim Gyu-tae, centers around a marriage arrangement service and a mysterious trunk that sets off a series of intriguing secrets.

As Korea's entertainment industry continues to soar globally, Netflix is investing heavily in Korean-language content. With hits like "Squid Game," "All of Us Are Dead," and "The Glory," the streaming giant has been breaking records and captivating audiences worldwide. Netflix plans to invest $2.5 billion in South-Korean creative content over the next four years, further expanding its impressive portfolio of Korean movies, series, and reality shows.

While facing competition from industry peers, Netflix is actively bolstering its regional content offerings. The platform has been showcasing an array of foreign-language shows, such as "Kohrra" (Indian), "The Surrogacy" (Mexican), and "Sleeping Dog" (German), appealing to a diverse global audience.

In an effort to enhance the user experience and stay ahead of the curve, Netflix is exploring new strategies like introducing a paid sharing model in select countries. Despite challenges, the streaming giant remains optimistic about its subscriber base growth and is dedicated to providing a captivating and diverse entertainment selection to viewers worldwide.

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