Global localization services provider SDI Media is getting a head start on celebrating the 20thanniversary of operating in South Korea, relocating its subtitling office to Seoul’s Digital Media City (DMC), the company announced June 25.
SDI’s new facility is located in the city’s high-tech, digital media industry center and will provide centralized resources for subtitling and dubbing projects. SDI counts itself as the oldest localization provider in the region.
“We’re very fortunate to have entered this market so early. We have built strong relationships over the years and have the pleasure of working with all the leading content creators and major studios in Korea,” said Gina Chang, SDI Media’s VP of operations for Asia. “Our new facility in the DMC gives our clients greater, more centralized access and further strengthens our presence here in Korea.”
SDI Media is credited with helping to advance Hallyu, the global movement to popularize Korean entertainment and culture, with the company helping content owners distribute Korean films, broadcasts and music to consumers in the region and around the world.
“Korea was one of our earliest markets, and as we reach this 20-year milestone we are so excited to update our facility and provide our clients a new experience in one of East Asia’s most prominent centers of technology and development,” said Masashi Nakamura, CFO of SDI Media.
SDI Media Korea is now located at F12, Business Center, Nuridream Square, 396 World Cup buk-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea. For more information, or to schedule a tour, call Mindy Choi at +82-2-304-3465.