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For your information, you can find below the description of the video CJ ENM Co-CEO on Appeal for Korean Content published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
CJ ENM Chief Global Officer and Co-CEO of America Steve Chung discusses the South Korean film industry making it's way into the US, says a lot of Korean content is universal. He also discusses future content, streaming, and the writers strike, in an interview with Romaine Bostick and Lucas Shaw in Los Angeles.
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