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South Korea welcomes the Disney Channel

South Korea welcomes the Disney Channel

South Korea welcomes the Disney Channel

The Walt Disney Company and SK Telecom are hard at work on a deal that would bring Disney branded channels to South Korea for the first time ever. That includes the Disney Channel and Playhouse Disney amongst others, with strong indications that Disney XD would be along for the ride. The deal is still new, and the details are still being worked on, so we’re not expected to see them launch until 2011. However, once they do, Disney fans in South Korea will be able to smile with joy while watching Phineas and Ferb, Iron Man, and more. Who knows – maybe we’ll get a few more fans from South Korea on ToonBarn!

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