<Migrant Workers Festival 2006(Korea/World Channel)>
On June 3, Arirang features "Song of Migrant." A grand festival of harmony in the company of 400,000 Migrant workers in Korea which allows us to share the good and bad in life, understand each other and express thanks. The purpose of the event is the exchange various cultures without any boundaries, and to come together in harmony with open hearts. This event was prepared by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Migrants Festival Committee and the Migrant workers in Korea. Enjoy this special performance.
<Soccer Super Stars (Only Korea Channel) >
With the 2006 Germany World Cup approaching, television stations are airing more and more programs about the famous games and soccer in general. Arirang TV brings viewers a documentary series about the history of 19 internationally famous World Cup superstars. The program will be filled with video clips and interviews. Tune in to get to know some of soccer’s greatest legends.
* Episode List-up
5/22 (Mon) - Pele – Brazil – Senior
5/23 (Tue) – Zidane – France - Current player
5/24 (Wed) – Maradona – Argentina – Senior
5/25 (Thu) – Matthaus – Germany – Senior
5/26 (Fri) – Gullit – Netherlands – Senior
5/29 (Mon) – Ronaldo – Brazil - Current player
5/30 (Tue) – Platini – France – Senior
5/31 (Wed) – Maldini – Italy - Current player
6/1 (Thu) – Signori – Spain - Senior/Coach
6/2 (Fri) – Baggio – Italy - Retired in 2004
6/5 (Mon) – Inzaghi – Italy - Current player
6/6 (Tue) – Shevchenko – Ukraine - Current player
6/7 (Wed) – Del Piero – Italy - Current player
6/8 (Thu) – Mancini – Brazil - Current player
6/9 (Fri) – Vialli – Italy - Senior/Soccer commentators
6/12 (Mon) – Batistuta – Argentina - Retired in 2005
6/13 (Tue) – Totti – Italy - Current player
6/14 (Wed) – Rui Costa – Portugal - Current player
6/15 (Thu) – Vieri – Italy - Current player (Not in World Cup)
<The Culture Contents Industry is the Future>
Under a theme that maintains the 21st century is an era of cultural war, this Arirang Special shows how the world will compete in the cultural industry. Viewers can listen to diverse comments by economic experts from around the nation, and learn how lifestyles have changed through the influence of Korean cultural content. Viewers can also learn about Korean workers who have made successful inroads in other nations with their cultural materials.
Part 2 of the program analyzes how Korea is making an effort to become a pillar of the cultural industry. Featuring Korea’s new trends, you can learn how the country has transformed into a cultural-industry nation from one centered on manufacturing. Tune in to learn more about the Korean Wave trend, including dramas, movies, animations, and mobile content, all of which have been spreading around the world. Viewers can also glimpse what Korea may look like in the future.