The Development of China-ROK Cultural Industries Compare-From Dad Where We Go
- Shan Yi
- 한국유통과학회 학술대회 논문집
- 2014년 동계 국제학술대회
- 77 - 80 (4 pages)
The culture industry is the uprising one in 21st century. After basic living demand is met, the spiritual satisfaction is something to pursue. Increasing concerns have been paid in culture industry, and its uprising and reforming is boosting a new worldwide revolution. It is stated by experts that the form of competitions among countries has transformed from "competition of military force" to "competition of economy", and now towards "competition of culture". "The winning point exists in culture, of which the most important issue is nothing but culture industry." China has a profound history of 5000 years, which owns fruitful historical and cultural resources. However, when it comes to culture industry, there is still a long way to go comparing with developed countries. Western countries such as Britain, France, Germany and Asian countries like Japan and Korean (ROK) all prioritize to develop culture industry, and accordingly formulate policies that are appropriate to their status quo. In August 2013, Hunan Satellite TV (HNTV) firstly introduced a family reality show called Dad Where We Go from MBC TV, Korean, which instantly trigged a tide of introducing Korean entertainment TV programs. Based on this popular TV show and the underlying trend, this paper will analyze the status quo, the trend, and the future cooperation of the two countries' culture industries.