Among them, CNBC of the US use Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square as a background for their live broadcasts the news on the second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un.
On the MBC’s live broadcasts, they use the image of Ngo Quyen street near the Metropole hotel, where North Korea’s leader Kim Jong un and US President Donald Trump met. The street is located centrally and is often crowded with local people, tourists, and reporters.
Yonhap, a media channel from South Korea, has used Sword Lake as a background for their live broadcast. On the SBS’ live broadcasts, viewers could easily spot the Metropole hotel.
Reporter Baek Seung-woo from Channel A, South Korea, who is very famous on social media these days working from Ly Thai To Street, worked on a very famous street in the center of Hanoi.
It has been a common theme for international media channels to take to the top floor of hotels to set up mobile studios and record images of Hanoi from above.
| Channel A from South Korea.
Reporter from Channel A (South Korea)
CNBC from the US
CNN’s live broadcasts
KBS channel from the RoK and their mobile studio
KBS’s live broadcasts
MBC from South Korea broadcast with an image of Hanoi in the background
Reporter from MBC
In a live broadcast on the RoK’s SBS channel on February 27, viewers could easily spot the Metropole hotel.