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SK broadband is a Korean telecommunications company, and a wholly owned subsidiary of SK telecom. Headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, SK broadband provides media, communications, and data services to residential, business, governmental, and wholesale customers.

Established in 1997, SK broadband became the first in Korea to launch Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) services, and the first in the world to commercialize Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) broadband communications technology. The company paved the way for the high-speed Internet era in Korea. In 2020, the company merged with the cable operator t-broad Co., Ltd., securing 8.21 million paid subscribers and 6.48 million high-speed Internet subscribers. The merger transformed SK broadband into a media platform company.

SK broadband's core IPTV service, B tv, is strengthening customized services to cater to different customer segments such as kids, seniors, and single-member households, while also linking and expanding AI, advertising, and various other media services. The company is also making efforts to position itself as "Lovely B tv" in the hearts of customers by offering customer experience-oriented, Deutsche Telekom-based content recommendations and new and differentiated value through product innovation.

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Home and Service

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Choi Jin-Hwan

President and CEO

Toegye‑ro 24, Jung‑gu
Seoul 100‑095, South Korea

ir@skbroadband.com