TV Schedule Changes This Weekend Due To 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

As the 2022 Winter Olympics kick off in Beijing today, major broadcasting stations are making changes to regular programming in order to accommodate for Olympic coverage.

Here are some of the schedule changes to expect this weekend:

Note that schedules are subject to change based on various factors such as game results.

Friday, February 4

Broadcasting of the Opening Ceremony for the Olympics will begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. KST on KBS1, MBC, and SBS. As a result, KBS1’s weekday drama “The All-Round Wife” will not be airing, while MBC’s “Tracer” and SBS’s “Through the Darkness” both begin their three-week breaks.

Saturday, February 5

KBS2’s “Young Lady and Gentleman,” MBC’s “Music Core,” “How Do You Play?,” “Tracer,” and “The Manager,” and SBS’s “Through the Darkness” are not airing due to Olympic coverage. KBS2’s “Immortal Songs” will air at 5:20 p.m. KST, 30 minutes earlier than its usual time slot.

Sunday, February 6

Broadcasting stations continue their coverage of the Olympics, resulting in KBS2’s “2 Days & 1 Night Season 4,” MBC’s “My Teen Girl,” and SBS’s “Inkigayo” not airing this week. On KBS2, “Young Lady and Gentleman” is scheduled to air 55 minutes earlier than usual at 7 p.m. KST, and “The Return of Superman” is scheduled to air at 9:50 p.m. KST, which is 35 minutes later than its regular time slot.

Tune into previous episodes of “Through the Darkness”:

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Watch “2 Days & 1 Night Season 4” below:

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And “My Teen Girl” here:

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