'I'm Solo' production company temporarily suspends paid service
'I'm Solo' production company temporarily suspends paid service
The production company of 'I'm Solo' finally announced the temporary suspension of the live broadcast due to controversy over charging a fee.

On the 5th, Village Chief Entertainment, the production company of the SBS Plus and ENA entertainment program 'I Am Solo', said through the YouTube channel community, "We will temporarily suspend the operation of the Village Chief Entertainment TV membership." "If you have signed up, please contact the email below and receive a small souvenir as a token of appreciation." “I will send it to you,” he said.

Previously, 'I'm Solo' was criticized for recently announcing that it would convert live viewing of its YouTube channel to a paid membership. If you sign up for a paid membership, you can watch real-time streaming of the village chief's YouTube LIVE broadcast, watch I am SOLO, and watch the village chief's original content.

The membership price is 7,990 won per month, which is equivalent to the OTT subscription fee. Controversy arose when the broadcasting company ENA also said, "The situation has not been discussed with the channel," and the production team eventually decided to temporarily suspend paid membership.

Meanwhile, 'I am SOLO' is a hyper-realistic dating program in which single men and women who desperately want to get married come together and struggle to find love. It airs every Wednesday at 10:30 on SBS Plus and ENA.

Ryu Ye-ji, Ten Asia Reporter ryuperstar@tenasia.co.kr translated by google