List of programs broadcast by Seoul Broadcasting System

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This is a list of programs currently, formerly or soon to be broadcast nationally[a] on SBS Television.

Dramas[edit]

SBS primetime flagship dramas are broadcast at 22:00, with each series airing on two consecutive nights: Mondays and Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays, and Fridays and Saturdays.

Monday–Tuesday dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 월화드라마.

Drama Special (Wednesday–Thursday dramas)[edit]

Friday-Saturday dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 금토드라마.

Friday dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 금요드라마.

Saturday–Sunday dramas[edit]

Weekend Drama Theater[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 주말극장

Weekend dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 주말드라마.

Weekend special project dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 주말 특별기획 드라마.

Saturday night dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 심야드라마.

Monday–Friday dramas[edit]

Morning soap opera[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 아침연속극.

Evening daily dramas[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 일일드라마.

Sitcoms[edit]

For further details see Korean-language Wikipedia article: SBS 시트콤.

Youth sitcom[edit]

Daily sitcom[edit]

Saturday sitcom[edit]

  • Love is Live (사랑은 생방송; 1993–1994)
  • New York Story [ko] (뉴욕스토리; 1997–1998)
  • Money.com (돈.com; 2000)

Sunday sitcom[edit]

Couple sitcom[edit]

Weekly sitcom[edit]

Weekend sitcom[edit]

Monday sitcom[edit]

News and current affairs[edit]

  • Morning Wide [ko] (모닝와이드, breakfast news & talk show; 10 December 1991 – present)
  • SBS News at 10.10 [ko] (SBS 뉴스 (1010), late morning news; 1 December 2008 – present)
  • SBS Economy and Life [ko] (SBS 생활경제; lifestyle & financial news; 5 October 2009 – present)
  • SBS 12 News [ko] (SBS 12 뉴스, midday news; 5 October 2009 – present)
  • News Briefing [ko] (주영진의 뉴스브리핑, daytime recent issue talk, 2 Jan 2017 – present)
  • SBS O News [ko] (SBS 오 뉴스, early evening news; 2 January 2017 – present)
  • SBS 8 News (SBS 8 뉴스, main news; 9 December 1991 – present)
  • SBS Sports News [ko] (SBS 스포츠뉴스, sports news; 9 December 1991 – present)
  • SBS Nightline [ko] (SBS 나이트라인, late night news; 24 October 1994 – present)

Music, entertainment and variety shows[edit]

Society, culture and education[edit]

Animation and movies[edit]

Sports[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Based on the data which presented from Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, where its headquarters has been located since its creation of the national broadcasting network across the nation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Park, Soo-in (1 November 2018). "SBS 측 "유승호X조보아 '복수가 돌아왔다' 12월10일 첫방송"(공식입장)". Newsen (in Korean). Retrieved 24 November 2018.
  2. ^ Yeo, Ye-rim (9 November 2018). "SBS announces the cast of 'Haechi'". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  3. ^ Kim, Jin-suk (24 October 2018). [단독]김영광·진기주, '눈 먼 보스 길들이기' 주인공. IS Plus (in Korean). Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  4. ^ Yeon, Hwi-seon (5 June 2019). "장나라X이상윤→이청아·곽선영까지, SBS 'VIP' 캐스팅 완료 [공식]". Osen (in Korean). News Chosun. Retrieved 13 August 2019.

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