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how to watch korean TV

Posted: May 2nd, '06, 04:29
by pdk001
this is a guide how to watch korean TV, movies, games and sports etc...
it's only for watching them though, you do also broadcast something you want if you have a TV card or saved VOD's into your PC
i will run it if you want to watch korean TV
http://www.football4less.com/streams/pdbox.html
enjoy watch it

Posted: May 2nd, '06, 04:33
by horndogbuddhist
ah don't exactly understand you objective...no offense...LOVE korean dramas and such and my bro has a Korean gf (temp studying here in America) would love to know how to get a little piece of Korea in her life now..that's all

Re: how to watch korean TV

Posted: May 2nd, '06, 05:44
by snowfairy
pdk001 wrote:this is a guide how to watch korean TV, movies, games and sports etc...
it's only for watching them though, you do also broadcast something you want if you have a TV card or saved VOD's into your PC
i will run it if you want to watch korean TV
http://www.football4less.com/streams/pdbox.html
enjoy watch it
People who visit this forum may not understand Korean without subtitles..

So there's no point watching Korean TV if they don't understand..

Listening to Korean radio station is a different matter, cause it's a song anyway..

Posted: May 2nd, '06, 06:28
by yurrie
is it the same with tvant?
i love watchin loveletter and perfect couple in tvant =)
altho i dun understand what they are sayin .. its funny anyway just watchin their expression =P

Posted: May 2nd, '06, 06:42
by yurrie
i always got error message after i sign up ...
can u tell me whats the address for the index?
thanx =)

Re: how to watch korean TV

Posted: May 7th, '06, 17:31
by proud2beSlow
pdk001 wrote:this is a guide how to watch korean TV, movies, games and sports etc...
it's only for watching them though, you do also broadcast something you want if you have a TV card or saved VOD's into your PC
i will run it if you want to watch korean TV
http://www.football4less.com/streams/pdbox.html
enjoy watch it
but do they have eng subtitles

Posted: May 8th, '06, 02:48
by stupoh
@pdk001: Ah thanks for the link! the other website i usually used to watch korean tv is not available anymore..
One question, i dont get the exact same link as explained in that tutorial, is afreeca is the same thing?

@snowfairy: What do you mean there's no point? As yurrie said, though there's no subtitle, because this service is primarily for korean people, but you still can watch funny shows like love letter or xmen (still funny without subtitle) and you can also watch music shows which is the same like listening to music (but better)

@yurrie: I've never heard of tvant, is that another korean internet tv? link please, tia

EDIT: I can log in using my ClubBox username and password, so if you already have clubbox account you dont need to register again CMIIW

Posted: May 8th, '06, 03:01
by buffyreg
yeah, there are internet links to watch tv on the net...
i even watch there to watch my fav korean dramas [even though i dont understand what theyre saying :lol] , i even embedded it in my blog just in case...
here's some links:
[url=mms://live.imbc.com/OnAirTV]mbc[/url]
[url=mms://218.53.176.30/multi_live]sbs[/url]
hope it helps...

Yurrie: how to use TVANT? ...clueless...

Posted: May 8th, '06, 03:02
by snowfairy
stupoh wrote:@
@snowfairy: What do you mean there's no point? As yurrie said, though there's no subtitle, because this service is primarily for korean people, but you still can watch funny shows like love letter or xmen (still funny without subtitle) and you can also watch music shows which is the same like listening to music (but better)
I guess you are Korean and understand korean rite?

Hmm, I wonder why you need that kind of links when you can watch TV in Korea..

Posted: May 8th, '06, 03:59
by stupoh
No im not korean, im a foreigner but i stay/live in korea right now. I have to spend most of my time in front of my computer, inside my lab room. But, that's not the point isnt it?

And err im learning korean now so no i dont understand korean language either..

@buffyreg: thx for the links buffyreg!

Posted: May 8th, '06, 04:31
by buffyreg
And err im learning korean now so no i dont understand korean language either..

@buffyreg: thx for the links buffyreg!
ur welcome...
im also learning the korean language ryt now, and its quite hard, hehhee....

Posted: May 8th, '06, 05:29
by snowfairy
stupoh wrote:No im not korean, im a foreigner but i stay/live in korea right now. I have to spend most of my time in front of my computer, inside my lab room. But, that's not the point isnt it?

!
??? :unsure:

Posted: May 8th, '06, 16:56
by marvelous
I heard learning korean was easy for foreigners...

It's acutally not a hard language to learn.

Posted: May 13th, '06, 03:48
by kanela
I found this really great site that offers Korean, Japanese and Chinese movies/dramas via streaming. All shows come with English subtitles. I've watched a couple of movies and it's pretty good plus it's free to join.

http://aznv.tv/en/

I'm still trying to figure a way to capture the shows so that I can save them on my pc but without much luck. If anyone does figure it out, please let me know.

Posted: May 13th, '06, 04:27
by yurrie
sorry took me long enough to reply =P

ehm tvants..
i used to watch goong on tvants..while they still on air in korea
and also perfect couple ...

but now the sbs channel doesnt really work anymore
i think the website is tvants.com...
and u need to download the program
by clickin on the white box with arrow pointing down

they have other channels too ..
like espn .. mtv .. etc

Posted: May 13th, '06, 04:37
by yurrie
but everytime i click the O button after signing up ..
i got an error message
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anyone got the same problem?
can someone redirect me to the web where i can download the program?
thanx

Posted: May 13th, '06, 05:07
by pennyloo
kanela wrote:I found this really great site that offers Korean, Japanese and Chinese movies/dramas via streaming. All shows come with English subtitles. I've watched a couple of movies and it's pretty good plus it's free to join.

http://aznv.tv/en/

I'm still trying to figure a way to capture the shows so that I can save them on my pc but without much luck. If anyone does figure it out, please let me know.
I know how to do that...capture the shows..I think you can use video downloader 2.0...
Its a website which allows u to paste the link for a video (e.g a video on youtube,google video, metacafe,ifilm..etc...) but u MUST have a url link to the video....just follow the easy (very simple instructions on this webpage) : http://javimoya.com/blog/youtube_en.php And you're set to go....(i don't know whether AZNTV has direct url links to their videos...u can try...

But so far i've tried with Videos broadcasted on YOUTUBE and they work fine.....btw the video files are downloaded into .flv format though....so mb some players dont support that format...(but then again all u need to do is download a codec plugin) (i know that VLC Media Player does!)

Happy trying!
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Posted: May 14th, '06, 11:34
by buffyreg
hi there! thanx for azntv link... it works but my pc is quite slow so its a buffer and play here... another thing, bwt the downloading... i tried getting the vids cos i got the playing url , but it doesnt work... they could detect it if someone's gonna dl and they immediately pop-up a msg saying that "downloading is not permitted" and all... they only allow streaming, i guess...

Posted: May 15th, '06, 11:10
by kanela
pennyloo wrote:
kanela wrote:I found this really great site that offers Korean, Japanese and Chinese movies/dramas via streaming. All shows come with English subtitles. I've watched a couple of movies and it's pretty good plus it's free to join.

http://aznv.tv/en/

I'm still trying to figure a way to capture the shows so that I can save them on my pc but without much luck. If anyone does figure it out, please let me know.
I know how to do that...capture the shows..I think you can use video downloader 2.0...
Its a website which allows u to paste the link for a video (e.g a video on youtube,google video, metacafe,ifilm..etc...) but u MUST have a url link to the video....just follow the easy (very simple instructions on this webpage) : http://javimoya.com/blog/youtube_en.php And you're set to go....(i don't know whether AZNTV has direct url links to their videos...u can try...

But so far i've tried with Videos broadcasted on YOUTUBE and they work fine.....btw the video files are downloaded into .flv format though....so mb some players dont support that format...(but then again all u need to do is download a codec plugin) (i know that VLC Media Player does!)

Happy trying!
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Thanks for the info...AZNTV is slightly different from YOUTUBE in that you don't actually view the vid files via the webpage but instead download a link to access them via winamp so the files are actually in NSV format. It is possible to get the http link though...will give that site and program a try though

Posted: May 15th, '06, 11:40
by mystic818
Kanela...aznv.tv looks good but when I tried to register, they said that they are full and are not accepting anymore people right now :( ! It looked like they offered a lot of dramas and movies...too bad...

Posted: May 16th, '06, 06:25
by kanela
mystic818 wrote:Kanela...aznv.tv looks good but when I tried to register, they said that they are full and are not accepting anymore people right now :( ! It looked like they offered a lot of dramas and movies...too bad...
Mystic...sorry to hear that...I guess I was lucky cos I only joined sometime late last month. Keep checking though cos they may just open up registrations again

Posted: Nov 18th, '06, 05:36
by ooyuioo
[quote="kanela"]I found this really great site that offers Korean, Japanese and Chinese movies/dramas via streaming. All shows come with English subtitles. I've watched a couple of movies and it's pretty good plus it's free to join.

http://aznv.tv/en/

I'm still trying to figure a way to capture the shows so that I can save them on my pc but without much luck. If anyone does figure it out, please let me know.[/quote]

They are accepting new accounts again. They say just for the "next 48 hours" though. Keep looking :-)
*Note you need Winamp5.

Posted: Nov 18th, '06, 14:57
by gougz
another way to watch korean tv ::KBS WORLD : u can watch all the current dramas of kbs with english sub :D (pure 19, cloud stairs...)
it's available in Europe and middle east in 2 satelitte (hotbird and eurobird) and of course it's free to air, u just need a receiver and a satelitte dish
here are the frequencies :
- kbs world (on hotbird 13°est) : 11623 verticale 27500
- kbs world (on eurobird 25.8° est) : 11662 verticale 27500

i really enjoy it, there are also show and documentaries with english sub :D

for the us there is also Kbs america but i don't know if it's free or not since i'm not us resident!

Posted: Nov 19th, '06, 17:48
by ooyuioo
Here are the streaming seeds for major stations.
I watch them on Windows Media Player.

Start WMP.
Press Ctrl+U and "Open URL" will popup.
Copypaste these addresses and click OK.

MBC
mms://210.114.221.153/busanmbc_tv_onair_9541

KBS1
mms://livet.kbs.co.kr/news_1tv?free_sports/*.asf

KBS2
mms://livet.kbs.co.kr/news_2tv?free_sports/*.asf

EBS
mms://219.240.37.11/L-TV_300k

YTN
mms://ytninternet.co.kr/ytn5926_200k

KCTV
mms://media1.kctvjeju.com/live05

Mnet
mms://210.122.109.157/mnet

KMTV
mms://210.122.109.157/kmtv

The SBS seeds dont work for me...but here's one via TBS.
mms://live.tbc.co.kr/tbc_tv

Posted: Nov 21st, '06, 01:40
by kanela
pennyloo wrote:I know how to do that...capture the shows..I think you can use video downloader 2.0...
Its a website which allows u to paste the link for a video (e.g a video on youtube,google video, metacafe,ifilm..etc...) but u MUST have a url link to the video....just follow the easy (very simple instructions on this webpage) : http://javimoya.com/blog/youtube_en.php And you're set to go....(i don't know whether AZNTV has direct url links to their videos...u can try...

But so far i've tried with Videos broadcasted on YOUTUBE and they work fine.....btw the video files are downloaded into .flv format though....so mb some players dont support that format...(but then again all u need to do is download a codec plugin) (i know that VLC Media Player does!)

Happy trying!
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I know that works for youtube and google vids but it doesn't work for this site because the vids are not embedded at their site but rather are streamed to your winamp player.

Posted: Nov 21st, '06, 02:48
by gougz
ooyuioo wrote:Here are the streaming seeds for major stations.
I watch them on Windows Media Player.

Start WMP.
Press Ctrl+U and "Open URL" will popup.
Copypaste these addresses and click OK.

MBC
mms://210.114.221.153/busanmbc_tv_onair_9541

KBS1
mms://livet.kbs.co.kr/news_1tv?free_sports/*.asf

KBS2
mms://livet.kbs.co.kr/news_2tv?free_sports/*.asf

EBS
mms://219.240.37.11/L-TV_300k

YTN
mms://ytninternet.co.kr/ytn5926_200k

KCTV
mms://media1.kctvjeju.com/live05

Mnet
mms://210.122.109.157/mnet

KMTV
mms://210.122.109.157/kmtv

The SBS seeds dont work for me...but here's one via TBS.
mms://live.tbc.co.kr/tbc_tv

big thx dude :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

Posted: Dec 3rd, '06, 09:09
by cutekid
you can also watch korean tv on tvn networks. its a free tv program on the net. it can broadcast any tv station in the world. i just don't know the exact url of the website. i'll repost if i find it.

Posted: Dec 27th, '06, 07:03
by woo_kmk
actually if you download GOM player you can get free korean TV or afreeca to get internet TV

Posted: Dec 27th, '06, 15:13
by gougz
woo_kmk wrote:actually if you download GOM player you can get free korean TV or afreeca to get internet TV
afreeca still works?

Posted: Dec 27th, '06, 21:36
by woo_kmk
gougz wrote:
woo_kmk wrote:actually if you download GOM player you can get free korean TV or afreeca to get internet TV
afreeca still works?
yea it does suprisingly

Posted: Dec 28th, '06, 02:37
by cutekid
found the program i'm saying in my last post. have'nt tried the program yet and don't know if there's a korean TV network broadcasting there. Anyways its for free all you need is a broadband internet connection and the program just don't know the catch if you use the program. you can download it on http://www.tvunetwork.com i saw it from an IT show here in the philippines.

Posted: Dec 31st, '06, 06:43
by agiri
is it just me, or is the mnet server always full? o0;;???

Posted: Jan 1st, '07, 03:47
by H2O
Thank you so much ooyuioo! 8) Those links are working great! They're stable, right? :lol I hope so because I've been trying to get Mnet but TVAnts isn't working for me for about two months now. :(

Posted: Dec 2nd, '08, 10:48
by kylo
on tvkoo there are 2xmbc hd and kbs2 hd :whistling:

Posted: Dec 5th, '08, 23:47
by cindy--rox
kylo wrote:on tvkoo there are 2xmbc hd and kbs2 hd :whistling:
do you have a link??
cuz i googled tvkoo and when i installed it the program only gave me chinese channels...