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DRAMAFEVER Expands into Australia, New Zealand as ICE FANTASY Premieres

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Streaming Network Now Bringing Most Popular Korean Dramas, Chinese Series & More to 25-Plus Countries Around the World

DramaFever (, the leading streaming network for international television shows, movies and concerts, is bringing the Fire Prince to Australia and New Zealand in the heart of winter. 

Starting now, Chinese epic fantasy about love, war and deception – Ice Fantasy – is available for the first time in the region, along with several popular Korean drama series and more. 

With this launch, DramaFever – part of Warner Bros. Digital Networks – is now available in more than 25 countries worldwide.

Starring Feng Shao Feng (Prince of Lan Ling) and K-pop group f(x) member Victoria Song, Ice Fantasy is directed by Ju Jue Liang, features set designs from Academy Award-winning art director Dan Hennah, and is based on the best-selling novel City of Fantasy by Guo Jing Ming. 

The romance drama follows a bloody battle between the Ice and Fire kingdoms and the next generation of rulers to take the throne, and is initially being simulcast in Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. on DramaFever with professional English subtitles – and in Latin America with Spanish and Portuguese subtitles – within 24 hours of its original broadcasts on Hunan TV in China, with new episodes every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

More than 120 additional titles from DramaFever’s library, including 2000-plus episodes, will available in Australia and New Zealand at launch, with several new releases premiering in the weeks to come. 

These include hit Korean dramas such as Cheese in the Trap (2016) and Oh My Ghostess (2015) with several more dramas in the pipeline, including some of the most anticipated titles of the year.
“DramaFever has established itself as the go-to destination for fans of K-dramas and Asian content in particular, along with additional international programming, and we are excited to be launching in the region with such a strong line-up,” DramaFever Co-Founder and President Suk Park, said. “Like our fans in the U.S. and Latin America, viewers in Australia and New Zealand won’t be able to get enough of these series once they start, and we are pleased to be in a position to meet this growing demand.”
About DramaFever
DramaFever is the leading streaming video network for international television shows, movies and concerts. Founded in 2009 by Seung Bak and Suk Park, DramaFever’s mission is to be a destination for new cultural experiences through entertainment. It does this by curating premium series and films from 70 major broadcasters and studios throughout Asia, Europe and the Americas. Through DramaFever, millions of young, passionate viewers discover and enjoy hit shows from the around the world, including popular Korean dramas, variety shows and K-pop concerts; Chinese historical series; Asian movies; Latin American telenovelas and more. Most of its first-run premieres are simulcast on a same- or next-day basis from their original broadcasts, professionally subtitled in English, Spanish and Portuguese, and in HD. Available on demand via, as well as on iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs and PlayStation 4, DramaFever has a growing library of more than 700 titles and 15,000 episodes. DramaFever syndicates a portion of its library to Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes, with an overall reach of more than 25 million unique monthly viewers. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Warner Bros., a Time Warner Company, which acquired it in 2016. For more information, visit the online media room at

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