Nickelodeon (South Korean TV channel) facts for kids
|Headquarters||Seoul, South Korea|
(joint venture of SBS and ViacomCBS)
|Sister channels||SBS MTV|
|Launched||2003 (As a part of Nickelodeon Asia)
August 1, 2005 (As Nickelodeon Korea)
|Available on most South Korean cable systems||Check local listings for channels|
|KT Olleh TV||Channel 136|
|LG U+ TV||Channel 154|
|SK Broadband B TV||Channel 176|
|SBS Play||Watch live
(Korea region only)
|Nickelodeon (South Korean TV channel)|
Nickelodeon (a.k.a. Nick) is a South Korean television channel aimed at children and teens. It is the South Korean version of American Nickelodeon. The channel is currently owned by SBS ViacomCBS, a joint venture of SBS Medianet and ViacomCBS Networks EMEAA.
Currently, Nickelodeon South Korea doesn't program live-action, and preschool series, it was replaced by Korean Variety shows, and more acquired animated series.
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