Time Warner’s Turner Asia Pacific and Hong Kong telecoms giant PCCW have set up a partnership with Korean TV network MBC to bring Korean TV to Hong Kong.

The deal includes SVoD delivery of MBC content through Turner’s Oh!K Demand and PCCW’s recently launched OTT service Viu. MBC shows will also be delivered on a free-to-air channel, which is set to launch in April 2016.

“We know that [Hong Kong viewers] crave MBC dramas and variety shows in both Chinese and English, as soon as possible after their original Korean broadcast, and on platforms beyond just the TV screen. Through Turner, PCCW and MBC, this has become a reality,” said Choi Hyuk-jae, director of global business at MBC.