Actually, they are different due to the recent TSB that KIA published in Sept. 2015, at least for the Turbo engines.I understand what you're saying but that didn't answer the question.
Let's try it this way. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm assuming the KIA Oil Viscosity recommendation charts aren't any different from previous years compared to this 2015 KIA Manual. I don't see 0W-30 anywhere on the chart below. If you inform others that - Although it isn't recommended by KIA, IMO, I believe using the 0W-30 is a good choice. However, this could possibly raise warranty issues should your engine blow and you show proof (receipt) of changing your oil with 0W-30 which is NOT recommended. Disclaimers should always follow opinions in these kind of situations. This gives the previous poster (K5op) knowledge that they may need to think carefully about using something outside of what a Manufacturers Manual states.
I can't read the small print of the image you showed so I would suggest everybody just open the google doc (and save it to your own HD for future reference). In it, the TSB states the two viscosity/grade oils for the 2.0T engine is 5W-30 and 5W-40 while the 2.4L is 5W-20, 5W-30 and 10W-30. The common grade between both the 2.4L and 2.0T is the 5W-30 oil.
You are correct in that they state that these are the viscosity/grade oils to use.