On October 25, according to Macrumors, Apple announced on Monday that it would launch Apple TV + streaming service along with its Apple TV 4K set-top-box in South Korea on November 4.
Apple TV+ service will be available in Apple’s App, TV 4K, TV HD. Apple also revealed that it would release the first Korean original drama “Dr. Brain” on the same day to commemorate the launch of Apple TV+ streaming services. “Dr. Brain” is a South Korean drama based on the famous Korean web cartoon of the same name. The Drama is written and directed by the visionary director and producer Kim Jee-Woon, well known for his masterpiece like (“The Story of Two Sisters” and “Seeing the Devil”) and Parasite’s Lee Sun-Kyun to Star In Apple TV+’s First Korean-language original drama ‘Dr. Brain.
The drama narrates the story of a brain scientist who meticulously works to discover new technologies to access memory, to explore through the process of achieving his unfeasible goal when his family met with a bizarre accident. The doctor uses his technology to access memories from his wife’s brain to piece together to find out the puzzling accident of his family. This one seems interesting, and the expedition will leave you with a lot of unanswerable questions. Dr. Brain” is one of the beaucoups of Apple Original international dramas coming to Apple TV+. Apple is also keenly working on productions of “Pachinko,” “Masters of the Air,” “Slow Horses,” “Shantaram,” “Echo 3,” “Acapulco,”
In addition, Apple will work with SK Broadband, a local Internet service provider in South Korea, to launch Apple TV+ services. The price of Apple TV+ service in South Korea is 6,500 won (roughly Rs.417). Furthermore, Disney’s Disney+ streaming service will also make its path in South Korea on November 12 and will release seven new Korean shows; this will be a healthy competition between Apple and Disney in the streaming service’s in South Korea.