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KBS, MBC, SBS Cautiously Announce Wed-Thurs Dramas Are a Go This Week, Variety Shows Are Still Canceled

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The main three broadcast stations KBS, MBC, and SBS announced that they’ll air their Wednesday and Thursday dramas, “Golden Cross,” “Cunning Single Lady,” “Three Days,” respectively, tonight. However, they will not air their variety programs including “Vitamin,” “Radio Star,” “Midnight TV Entertainment,” respectively.

Instead, the main three broadcast stations plan to fill in the variety show timeslots with news updating the Sewol ferry tragedy or documentary programs.

Many high school students boarded the ill-fated Sewol ferry seven days ago on April 16 for a field trip to Jeju Island when the ferry was capsized around the area of Jindo, an island near South Jeolla Province.

Read More:

- Celebrities Volunteer at the Sewol Ferry Accident Site (April 18)

- Fans of EXO and GOT7 Send Relief Goods to Ferry Tragedy Victim (April 18)

- Song Seung Hun Donates 100 Million Won to Sewol Ferry Rescue Operations (April 19)

- Movie Attendance Drops Due to Sewol Ferry Tragedy (April 20)

- Jang Geun Suk and Lee Jun Ki Fans Get Involved In Sewol Ferry Relief Efforts (April 20)

- Ha Ji Won Donates 100 Million Won to Ferry Disaster Relief Efforts (April 21)

- Fans of FTISLAND Send Donations to Victims of Ferry Tragedy (April 22)

- Production Company of “Three Days” Donates 30 Million Won to Sewol Ferry Rescue Operations (April 22)

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