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US-based Asian-focused entertainment distribution network Jungo TV has released its end of the year roster of content for its martial arts channel Combat Go and Asian pop culture offer Hallypop.
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Dedicated to global competition, culture and lifestyle, Combat Go, in partnership with Black Belt Magazine, will premiere new sports lifestyle series from 3 October featuring roundtable discussions with martial arts pioneers at the 2019 Century Martial Arts Supershow in Las Vegas. Special guests include action star Michael Jai White, Bill “Superfoot” Wallace, and famed trainer Billy Blanks. It will also present Mano a Mano, giving profiles of martial art competitors and legends sharing their martial arts journey, motivations, and personal philosophies.

“I’m excited about this slate not only for Combat Go, but also as a dedicated student and teacher of martial arts myself,” said George Chung, CEO of Jungo TV, former five-time World Karate Champion and Black Belt Hall of Fame inductee. “Combat Go continues to set itself apart by venturing into in-demand sports lifestyle content.”

Starting in November, the global network connecting fans of through K-Pop, lifestyle content and entertainment, Hallypop, will begin airing popular, fan favorite Korean dramas from content partner Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS), marking the first time these dramas will be available on a free, linear channel in the US.

“The global phenomenon of K-pop has paved the way for other forms of Asian entertainment like P-pop [Pinoy pop] and K-dramas to hit the mainstream,” added Miguel Santos, executive vice president and managing director at Jungo TV. “We’re always working to hit more than one note and showcase a variety of genres to our passionate Hallypop audience.”