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Caracol’s The White Slave Lands in South Korea


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The White Slave, produced by Caracol, has made its way to South Korea, where it is airing on the TVAsia Plus channel.

The White Slave tells the story of a white woman raised by enslaved people who comes back to America years after being away from her family to avenge her parents’ death and find her life’s love.

Jesus Iriepar, Caracol Television’s sales executive for Europe, Asia and the Middle East, said: “Our new foray into Asia with The White Slave underlines our international reach, solid storytelling that can move audiences in any country and the unparalleled production values that characterize us.”

Kim Hong Cheol, VP of TVAsia Plus parent company TRA Media, said: “We are very happy to present such a successful series in Korea. We trust that our audience will enjoy it.”








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Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at kbrzoznowski@worldscreen.com.

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