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Internet Shopping For Music Videos

Good news for music fans in Korea.
You don't have to spend time going to music shops to buy music video tapes any more. You can purchase music video at your own home faster and more comfortably than in music shops.
The m.net, Korea's music cable TV, and Samsung Electronics jointly started music video sales through the Internet this month.
As of now, more than hundred songs of Korean singers, including Kim Hyun Jung and Yoo Seung Joon, are now in service through the Internet. Moreover, m.net and Samsung have already bought copyright on more than five hundred songs.
You could select and download those music videos at www.mvzone.net. Service charge for music videos is 1,000 won(MPEG system) or 1,500 won(RM system) per song.
Sources said 'Internet sales of music videos will play a role in increasing music fans and revitalizing music industry.'
Dosun Jang:jdsmh@joongang.co.kr
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