Arirang TV, South Korea’s international English-language TV network, will cover the first-ever meeting between the two leaders of North Korea and the United States on 12 June, as well as the on-going issues in the Korean peninsula that are drawing worldwide attention.
Various perspectives and prospects of the DPRK-USA Singapore Summit will be presented in Arirang TV’s news and current-affairs programs. In Foreign Correspondents, journalists from all around the globe will be talking about the expectations and response of the North Korea–United States summit.
Ambassadors of different countries to South Korea will have an in-depth discussion after the summit in The Diplomat, and A Road to Peace will observe the possibility of denuclearization and guaranteeing the North Korean regime.
Arirang TV will also broadcast featured documentaries about North Korea–United States summit which is expected to bring peace for Northeast Asia and the Korean peninsula. A 60-minute documentary Wind of Change presents opinions and insights about the political dynamics of the Korean peninsula as well as suggesting a road map to peace in the region.
Another documentary The Negotiators will discover and analyze the diplomatic performance of the three leaders, South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in, North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump the President of the United States.
Arirang TV is currently being aired in 105 countries via satellite and pay-tv platforms. Special live news for the North Korea–United States summit are available on Arirang TV’s website, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Special programs produced by Arirang TV will be provided to broadcasters without charge.