Orion Cinema Network
|This article does not cite any references or sources. (July 2010)|
||This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in the Korean Wikipedia. (January 2012)|
|Orion Cinema Network|
|Owned by||CJ E&M Broadcasting Group|
|Slogan||"South Korea's Number 1 Movie Channel"|
|Formerly called||Daewoo Cinema Network (1995-1999)|
National Geographic Korea
Orion Cinema Network, most commonly known by the abbreviation OCN, is a movie channel on basic cable throughout South Korea, owned by CJ E&M. In the 2000s it became the most viewed station in South Korea, which prompted them to create their widely recognized English-language slogan, "Korea number-one channel." With cable TV penetration quite high in South Korea, OCN is a popular movie resource.
OCN's lineup is a mixture of movies from several years ago or earlier, particularly during the daytime, with more recent films during evening prime-time hours. They do not air movies that are as recent as those of competitor CatchOn, a pay service offered on cable TV. They also show episodes of popular overseas television series, mostly from the United States.
- Coma (2006)
- Don't Ask Me about the Past (2008)
- God's Quiz season 1 (2010)
- God's Quiz season 2 (2011)
- God's Quiz season 3 (2012)
- Vampire Prosecutor (2011)
- Vampire Prosecutor 2 (2012)
- Special Affairs Team TEN (2011)
- Special Affairs Team TEN 2 (2013)
- Hero (2012)
- The Virus (2013)
- "CJ E&M makes 13.3 bil. won in TV drama exports". Korea Times. 30 October 2012. Retrieved 5 December 2012.