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SBS TV logo
Launched December 9, 1991
Network Seoul Broadcasting System
Picture format 480i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
2160p (16:9 UHDTV)
Slogan "Together, We Make Delight."
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Broadcast area South Korea
Headquarters 161, Mokdongseo-ro, Yangcheon District, Seoul
Analogue Channel 6
Until December 31, 2012)
Digital Channel 16 (UHF: 483.31MHz - LCN 6-1) (Seoul)
SkyLife Channel 5 (HD)
(United States)
Channel 2080 (HD)
Channel TBA
South Luzon CATV
Channel TBA
B TV Channel 5 (HD)
U+ TV Channel 5 (HD)
Olleh TV Channel 5 (HD)
Streaming media
SBS Official SBS

SBS TV is a South Korean television channel operated by Seoul Broadcasting System. SBS TV started operating on December 9, 1991, and on October 26, 2001, started broadcasting the TV channel in the digital format in Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, North Chungcheong Province, and South Chungcheong Province.

List of Works[edit]

TV series[edit]


Currently airing entertainment shows
Broadcast time Program SDTV(480i) HDTV(1080i) DMB note
23:10 (Monday) Same Bed, Different Dreams 2 - You Are My Destiny X O O Nationwide broadcast
20:55 (Tuesday) Entertainment News Tonight X O O Nationwide broadcast
23:10 (Tuesday) Flaming Youth X O O Nationwide broadcast
23:10 (Wednesday) Romance Package X O O Nationwide broadcast
00:50 (Thursday) Style Follow X O O Broadcast in some local areas
23:10 (Thursday) Jagiya X O O Nationwide broadcast
22:00 (Friday) Law of the Jungle X O O Nationwide broadcast
23:20 (Friday) Baek Jong-won's Food Truck X O O Nationwide broadcast
00:40 (Friday) Game Show X O O Broadcast in some local areas
10:55 (Saturday) Connect! Movie World X O O Broadcast in some local areas
18:10 (Saturday) The Lifetime Companion X O O Nationwide broadcast
12:10 (Sunday) Inkigayo X O O Nationwide broadcast
16:50 (Sunday) Running Man X O O Nationwide broadcast
18:20 (Sunday) Fantastic Duo X O O Nationwide broadcast
21:15 (Sunday) Mom's Diary - My Ugly Duckling X O O Nationwide broadcast

Children shows[edit]

Currently airing children shows
Broadcast time Program SDTV(480i) HDTV(1080i) DMB Notes
11:00 (Monday and Tuesday) Ggureogi Tamgusaenghwal (꾸러기 탐구생활) X O O
11:00 (Thursday) SBS Annie gallery (SBS 애니갤러리) X O 0
11:30 (Monday and Tuesday) Yorijori Matissneun Sueob (요리조리 맛있는 수업) X O X
07:10 (Saturday) Dyno Core (다이노코어) X O O
07:25 (Saturday) Eillieon Ninano (에일리언 니나노 X O O
07:10 (Sunday) Kongiya Hakgyogaka (콩이야 학교가자 X O O


Currently airing news programs
Program Air time Duration Announcer
Morning Wide 2 hours and 30 minutes on weekdays
1 hour 10 minutes on Saturday
06:00 to 08:30 (1-3 parts)[a]
  • Weekend duration : Saturday (06:00 to 07:10)
  • Segment duration : Part 1 (06:00 to 06:25), Part 2 (Weekdays: 06:25 to 07:30, Saturday: 06:25 to 07:10), SBS Power Sport - Weekday (07:20 to 07:25)
Kim Beom-ju, Yoo Kyung-mi (weekdays)
Choi Jae-young, Kim Seon-jae (Saturday)
Lee In-kwon (SBS Power Sport)
SBS 1010 News 15 minutes on weekdays 10:10 to 10:25 Son Beom-gyu, Lee Byung-hwi
SBS 12 News 50 minutes on weekdays 12:00 to 12:50 Park Sang-do, Kim So-won
News Briefing 2 hours on weekdays 14:00 ~ 16:00 Joo Young-jin
SBS O News 1 hours and 10 minutes on weekdays 17:00 to 18:10 Han Soo-jin (Main)
Kim Yoon-sang (sub)
SBS 8 News 50 minutes on weekdays
45 minutes on Weekends
20:00 to 20:55
  • Weekend duration : Weekend (20:00 to 20:45)
  • Segment duration : SBS Sports News - Weekdays (20:45 to 20:50), Weekends(20:35 to 20:40)
Kim Hyun-woo, Choi Hye-rim (Weekdays)
Kim Yong-tae, Jung Mi-seon (Weekends)
Jang Ye-won (SBS Sports News, Weekdays)
Kim Yoon-sang (SBS Sports News, Weekends)
SBS Nightline 30 minutes on Tuesday to Friday 00:30 to 01:00 Lee Hyung-geun
Yeom Yong-seok (Nightline Sports)
SBS Weekend News 10 minutes on Weekends Saturday 12:00 to 12:10, 14:20 to 14:30
Sunday 06:00 to 06:10, 12:00 to 12:10, 14:20 to 14:30
SBS Breaking News Special broadcast Special broadcast duration Random

SBS Network[edit]

Channel Corporate Name Broadcast Region Since
SBS SBS Seoul Capital Area March 20, 1991
KNN KNN Busan and South Gyeongsang May 14, 1995
TBC TBC Daegu and North Gyeongsang May 14, 1995
kbc Kwangju Broadcasting Corporation Gwangju and South Jeolla May 14, 1995
TJB Taejon Broadcasting Daejeon, Sejong and South Chungcheong May 14, 1995
ubc Ulsan Broadcasting Corporation Ulsan September 1, 1997
JTV Jeonju Television North Jeolla September 17, 1997
CJB Cheongju Broadcasting North Chungcheong October 18, 1997[1]
G1 G1 Gangwon December 15, 2001
JIBS Jeju Free International City Broadcasting System Jeju Island May 31, 2002

Time Check Sponsor[edit]


  1. ^ Part 1 and 2 are classified as a news program, however, part 3 is classified as an sport program.


  1. ^ CJB

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