“Boonie Bears” Coming to Korean TV This Spring


The popular Chinese animation “Boonie Bears” is being set to be released on Korean TV this spring for the first time.

According to Variety, two seasons of the hit show have been licensed by Fantawild and content distributor Media to Media.

The first two seasons, which include 104-episodes, will be broadcast on IPTV and VOD an SK Broadband’s SKBTV from May, and SK Broadband’s Oksusu OTT platform.

Fantawild will also release the fourth movie of the franchise “Fantastica” in South Korea later in the year.

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