Singapore – K-PLUS went live on Indonesia’s pay-TV platform K-Vision at 6pm Jakarta time.

K-PLUS is a brand new Korean drama-driven network bringing together many exclusive first-run shows direct from major Korea TV networks to the Asia audience.

K-PLUS is the ultimate Korean entertainment channel featuring exclusive and first-run titles in drama series, variety shows, movies and lifestyle programmes in K-pop, beauty & fashion. K-PLUS will be fully subtitled in Bahasa Indonesia, and will target mass audience aged 15-54 and is skewed towards the female audience.

“We are thrilled to work with K-Vision to bring K-PLUS to Indonesia audience.” said Jeon Seungtaek, Managing Director, Plus Media Networks Asia. “With programming pillars built around popular drama series, and a good mix of other genres, the new channel’s premiere will bring K-Vision viewers a season of quality Korean entertainment.”

Bimo Setiawan, Group of TV Director Kompas Gramedia said, “To complete the variety of offerings of K-Vision’s prime channels, KVision is happy to collaborate with Plus Media Networks to bring KPLUS to Indonesian viewers exclusively on the platform. K-PLUS is a channel that not only airs drama series but also variety shows, which are both a trend amongst Indonesian people.”


The launch schedule includes:

K-Drama: Let a new love heal old wounds in It’s Alright. This is Love starring Korean heartthrobs Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Jin, actor Lee Kwang Soo and singer D.O from EXO. Age is only a number. Overcoming destiny with romance, workaholic 39-year old reporter Ban Jin-Yeon (starred Uhm Jung-Hwa) and 25-year old young man Yoon Dong-Ha (starred Park Seo-Joon) fall in love madly in A Witch’s Love.