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Yong-pal is a 2015 South Korean drama series starring Joo Won, Kim Tae-hee, Chae Jung-an and Jo Hyun-jae. Kim Tae Hyun is a talented surgeon. Desperate for money to pay for his sister's medical bills, he adopts the code name Yong-pal and offers his medical skills to those in need of medical attention but who cannot do so publicly, dealing with criminals and corrupt plutocrats. Joining a team of corrupt physicians Kim rescues "sleeping beauty" Han Yeo Jin, a chaebol heiress, from a medically induced coma, leading to unintended consequences.

Myanmar Idol is a popular Myanmar singing contest television series that is broadcast on Myanmar Network TV. Its first season, in 2016, was described by The Myanmar Times as a "wild success". It has had a second season in 2017, and the third season is in 2018. Following the success of American Idol and other IDOL series, Shwe Thanlwin created a Myanmar version of the series with identical formats and methods. Broadcast on Myanmar Network TV on Sky Net, it grew to be more popular than Eain Mat Sone Yar and Melody World which were once the most popular singing competition series in Myanmar. In 2016, the first Myanmar Idol Singing Competition held auditions in four major cities, Yangon, Mandalay, Pathein and Taunggyi. The series judges, Ye Lay, Chan Chan and May Sweet chose the Top 11 finalists. After further stages, the Top 3 finalists, Saw Lah Htaw Wah, M Zaw Rain and Ninzi May advanced to the Grand Final Show, where Saw Lah Htaw Wah became the winner of Myanmar Idol 2016.

MRTV-4 is a 24-hour free-to-air television channel that broadcasts entertainment programs. In May 2004, a new channel named MRTV-4 was broadcasted to public for a two-hour-a-day program schedule with the cooperation of Myanmar Radio and Television under the Ministry of information. In 2005, it broadcasted a six-hour-a-day program schedule with a looping system being introduced. It broadcasted free to air for Yangon and neighboring areas in 2006 , for Mandalay and neighboring areas in 2007. In April 2009, MRTV-4 channel was broadcasting 18 hours a day. Since September 2010, MRTV-4 became a 24-hour-free-to-air TV channel and is currently the most popular TV channel  in Myanmar.