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The sport of MMA is booming in South Korea, and behind the incredible growth is ROAD FC, one of Asia’s top MMA promotions.
Since its debut in Jan, 2014, Kunlun Fight has rapidly become a global phenomenon, and has incorporated fierce international kickboxing and MMA superstars to its roster!
Crazy Wheels is a full-throttle, user generated clip series that showcases the funniest, wildest and most unbelievable things that can happen on four wheels (or three, or two, or even one).
G Wars is a Japanese game show that pits two teams of five contestants against each other in a series of ridiculous and extreme challenges such as “mid-air giant rubber band wrestl
In this action-fantasy wuxia, a Kunlun warrior embarks on a journey to eradicate demons when he encounters a mysterious man from 500 years ago…
castRon Ng, Zhao Shan Shan, Leanne Li
These championships are filled with famous Korean idol groups showcasing their sportsmanship. 44 teams including SEVENTEEN, MONSTA X, MOMOLAND and SF9 compete in the sports!
castSEVENTEEN, MONSTA X, MOMOLAND, SF9
When Fei is prevented from getting the girl he loves, he summons the help of four legendary Kung Fu masters to learn the highest level of martial arts and to defeat his enemies.
castVincent Zhao, Andy On, Danny Chan Kwok Kwan, Dennis To
Showcasing hundreds of funny clips of people acting like idiots, including wacky workers, crazy daredevils and hilarious jokers.
A hilarious reality show about four famous guys on an all-expenses-paid fantasy vacation, tailor-made for “bros”!
castBilly Crawford, SonaOne, DJ PK, Bjorn Shen, Philip Ng
Set on the mythical “Ninja Island”, Australian Ninja Warrior is the ultimate test of strength, stamina and mental toughness.
Four young fighters join forces to fight against the Japanese aggression. Known as 4 Little Fortunes, they use martial arts to foil the Japanese plan of a major military invasion.
castShi Xiao Long, Chin Ka Lor, Ken Wong, Max Zhang, Lee San San
directorDouglas Kung Cheung Tak