Terra Mater and OSF's Wild Korea

Terra Mater and OSF's Wild Korea

20th February 2018

As the eyes of the world focus on Pyeongchang and the Winter Olympics, Terra Mater Factual Studios (TMFS) and Oxford Scientific Films (OSF) have partnered to coproduce a series on the natural history of South Korea which TX'd in the UK this month. 

Filmed by a team that included NHN Members Mark Payne Gill and Graham MacFarlane, with a score written by Will Goodchild, the film was pick of the day in The Times, Guardian and other UK broadsheets.

In association with Buzz, CJ E&M and the BBC, Wild Korea (2 x 60 minutes) focused on the wildlife habitats of the peninsular. While tensions run high between the two countries, it revealed that there is a wildlife haven that exists between North and South.

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