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[팟캐스트] (461) 한국에 상륙한 파라마운트 플러스/ 부산 여행의 낮과 밤

By Korea Herald

Published : June 22, 2022 - 08:57

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A view from nearby the Ami-dong Tombstone Culture Village, on June 9, in Seo-gu, Busan. (Kim Hae-yeon/ The Korea Herald) A view from nearby the Ami-dong Tombstone Culture Village, on June 9, in Seo-gu, Busan. (Kim Hae-yeon/ The Korea Herald)

진행자: 김혜연, Beth Eunhee Hong

1. Paramount+ launches in S. Korea on Tving with high hopes, goals

기사요약: 티빙과 손잡고 한국을 아시아의 첫 번째 마켓으로 공략하는 파라마운트 플러스

Korea launch marks critical moment of our expansion as the first time the service lands in Asia: Paramount official

[1] Paramount+ landed in South Korea Thursday as a free-to-view addition to Tving, local entertainment powerhouse CJ ENM‘s subscription-based streaming platform.

* free-to-view: 무료로 볼 수 있는
* powerhouse: 실세, 동력

[2] “It is no secret that Korean-made content is becoming one of the most important things in the world. CJ ENM and Tving are playing a crucial part,” Mark Specht, managing director for Central & Northern Europe and Asia in Paramount Global, said in a press conference held at Four Seasons Hotel in Jongno-gu, central Seoul.

* Korean-made 한국에서 만든

[3] “Asia is the future, especially for streaming. Due to its population, technology and creativity, Asia is the continent to be in if you want to grow in the future. Korea, in particular, is the perfect place to launch our first Paramount+ with a plan to extend services to other Asian markets,” the official added.

* to be in: 있어야 할 
* launch: 시작하다, 개시하다

[4] Paramount+’s partnership allows Tving subscribers to enjoy the content of both platforms, including director Steven Spielberg‘s new blockbuster series “Halo,” starting Thursday.


2. Walk historical paths by day, sail under starlight

기사요약: 과거 한국전쟁의 역사를 품은 도시, 야경과 함께하는 낭만의 도시로 거듭난 부산

Busan, Korea’s largest port city, has something for every hour of the day

[1] “Oiso, boiso, saiso!” merchants call out at the alleys of Jagalchi Market, the port city’s largest fish market, as they have for decades. The boisterous shouts that mean “Come, look around, and buy,” attract visitors with a friendliness that is increasingly difficult to find in large metropolises.

* call out: 부르다, 지목하다
* boisterous: 활기가 넘치는, 떠들썩한

[2] The city’s dynamic and diverse culture dates back to when Korean War refugees flocked to the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula. The distinctive characteristics of the new settlers from all parts of the country intermingled in Busan, creating a unique narrative of the city.

* distinctive: 독특한
* intermingled: (사람·생각·색깔 등을) 섞이다

[3] Like any other city, it would take more than a day for first-time visitors to Busan to fully immerse themselves in the city. But for those who want a Busan 101 that can be crammed into a day, getting to know the city’s history by day and spending time by the sea after sundown might be one way to appreciate the dynamic city.

* crammed: 잔뜩 들어 있는, 벼락치기 공부를 하다


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