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World Tour Live Stream: Seoul Q&A

BBC Worldwide are live streaming several of the Doctor Who Q&A sessions from the World Tour. Today’s session is from Seoul, South Korea, with it due to start around 12:30pm UK time. Just hit play below!

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Noybusiness
Noybusiness

I'm in America. "This video is private".

Mercy Reborn2
Mercy Reborn2

i saw it and i guess it was a bit boring but I liked the way the Koreans were so enthusiastic and so welcoming. I think it could have been better if we could have seen what the Koreans were saying and I guess Jenna and Peter were confused but they did their best. I like the way they behaved very polite and learned a few words of Korean

Erehwon NZ
Erehwon NZ

Can't watch it here in New Zealand,the video is private

Anyone able to post it ?


The Outer Space K9
The Outer Space K9

I know it was a live stream but can't anyone post the recorded version on Youtube or somewhere else? I'd really like to see it because I've missed it earlier.

kristo004
kristo004

Did they show the episode on the stream?

cardinalcardigan
cardinalcardigan

First, sorry for my English. I was there today. And It was terribly dumb and unbelievably boring and I feel like, I even don't know what I felt... I thought... What the heck am I (and poor Peter and Jenna) doing here??? It was so precious every seconds and they wasted it so many terrible way. To me, just whole thing was disaster... I'm happy that I could met Peter and Jenna in the flesh in my lifetime, but this was just... And they absolutely spoiled my first ever watching of Deep Breath. I could barely see subtitles during the whole screening. This was so precious, might-never-come-again moment for Korean whovians far away from UK. I think they should do more than this. I supposed to be really happy, but I'm now so depressed...:'( But Peter was so amazing.. I'm just happy for that.

Warisfiller
Warisfiller

That was a like a car crash you just can't help but look at no matter how much you want to look away.

TottersLane
TottersLane

Hmm. I'm in the UK and I can't watch it - "This video is private"

007 Bond 50
007 Bond 50

''We interrupt the Doctor Who World Tour to bring you The Jonas brothers: Korean Version!''

Big_Bird96
Big_Bird96

Sure they'll tour South Korea, but won't even come to Scotland or Ireland/Northern Ireland #logic

moncsy
moncsy

ok this is was new.. 

Clara Laurinda
Clara Laurinda

WOW! Where are they going NEXT? This was delightful to watch, especially when the crowd cheered as Victorian Clara runs after the reluctant Doctor. Yaay! Thank you DWTV for the live stream posted here! It brought tears to mey eyes. These are two lovely people and they are loved! And the fans are great!

no_tweeter
no_tweeter

This makes me feel better, no joy getting tickets ended up sightseeing Seoul instead having flown out from japan. Did see the first part of the stream, that comedian was embarrassing, gave up and went for yakiniku.

DWTV
DWTV moderator

The live stream ended a few hours ago now. 


Doctor Who-The Master
Doctor Who-The Master

Rome,

Moscow,

Athens,

Cape Town,

New Deli,

Mumbai,

Wellington,

Madrid,

Paris,

Tokyo,

Beijing,

Glasgow,

Edinburgh,

Toronto,

Vancouver,

Philadelphia,

San Deagio,

San Fansisco,

Pasidina,

Dubi,

so many places...

007 Bond 50
007 Bond 50

@Big_Bird96 WORLD tour, not European tour. Plus, not country s more important than others.

usmandikkoladan
usmandikkoladan

@Clara Laurinda its als a better thing that this was posted here because the doctor who tv community is much more fun and kind and enjoyable than the youtube community.

TottersLane
TottersLane

Thanks, I thought that maybe there was a recording of the live stream... but sounds as though I didn't miss much!

PaddyB
PaddyB

@Friend of the Ood @Big_Bird96 Ireland tends to be snubbed by the Doctor Who production team both in terms of actors (there's only Ardal O Hanlan as Brannigan in Gridlock, that UNIT guy with the Belfast accent in DOTD and buffonish Casey in The Talons of Weing Chiang to the best of my knowledge) as well as stories since the Irish landscape and culture is a brilliant setting for Doctor Who and is much closer than New York or Dubai.

Even Matt Smith was getting a bit snooty recently when he said something along the lines of, "Capaldi gets to go to Korea and I only got to go to Belfast ".

So that's my patriotic Irish rant finished (slightly ironic that I'm from NI which only actually makes me Irish in a geographical sense). Hope you enjoyed!

Sam Davern
Sam Davern

@Friend of the Ood @Big_Bird96  The closest thing to a Doctor Who event in Ireland is the cinema showings of Day of the Doctor and Deep Breath. There's only one Forbidden Planet that's up in Dublin, no DW related conventions and the only DW thing at Dublin Comic Con is a highly inaccurate TARDIS "prop". So it would be nice if the could do a tour here.

supercyberlumic
supercyberlumic

They should have filmed planet of the dead in Abu Dhabi (right next door ) as there is a greater space of desert, and even more spectacular.

Personal experience: 4 years in Abu Dhabi and 1 in Dubai.

Unfortunately there is not that much of a fan base out there.

But now I live I England :)

simon delafield
simon delafield

@Friend of the Ood @PaddyB @Big_Bird96 Patrick Troughton was of Irish descent, as so is Tom Baker I believe. But are we going to start racially profiling the Doctors? In which case can I complain that, despite being made in Wales, we have never had a Welsh Doctor in either classic or New Who but we have had three Scots!!!