The cultural content industry has constantly undergone a radical change in the last twenty years.
In particular, the innovation of platforms by technological advancement has dramatically shifted the
situation of cultural content industry.
The advent of powerful platforms such as Netflix, Facebook, Amazon, Tencent, Kakao M, Tving,
Africa TV, Oksusu, V app, and Lezhin Comics including web mobile-based video platform YouTube
has changed the course of cultural content industry. Even in the Korean Wave market, use of web
mobile platforms is becoming increasingly critical. Therefore, innovation of platforms accounts for a
greater and greater portion of the content industry.
‘The Korea Cultural Content Forum’ hosted by the Financial News and sponsored by the Content
Future Research Center will hold the fifth forum that suggests the direction of cultural content industry
of Korea under the major theme ‘New Platform, New Contents’.
The forum that consists of lectures and in-depth discussion of cultural content experts from home and
abroad, such as Soo-Keun Song, former vice minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism who shows a
special interest in the cultural content industry, Michael D. Smith, professor of Carnegie Mellon University
who has written a book called ‘Streaming, Sharing, Stealing’, Jerry Cha, vice president in charge of strategy, Kakaopage, Dong-Joon Jang, director of Africa TV, and Cheol-Hwan Joo, former president of Seoul
Foundation for Arts and Culture will be a golden opportunity for those who desire to explore the future
of content industry for Korea.
Title : The 5th Korea Cultural Contents Forum
Theme : New Platform New Contents
Date : Thursday, September 20th, 2018 09:00 ~ 13:00
Venue : Park Ballroom, Conrad Hotel, Seoul (5F)
Host : The Financial News
Sponsors : Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Korea Creative Content Agency
Program Partner : Future Cotent Forum
Inquiry : Korea Cultural Contents Forum Bureau
Tel. 02-6965-0014 / Mail. email@example.com