South Korean Director Kim Ki-duk Sued for Alleged Violence on Set, Adding Unscripted Sex...

The Venice Golden Lion-winning filmmaker has been accused of assaulting an actress during the production of his controversial 2013 incest drama 'Moebius.'read more

South Korea Box Office: ‘Dunkirk’ Dominates With Impressive $10.3M Debut

Director Christopher Nolan is a huge draw in the Asian country which gave the critically acclaimed war film its biggest opening outside of the U.S. and the U.K. read...

South Korea Opens World’s Largest Imax Cinema

CJ CGV has also dedicated a screen to 'Oldboy' director Park Chan-wook at the Yongsan I'Park Mall near the U.S. military base in Seoul.read more

15 International Series to Binge Watch This Summer

Brit comedy, Tasmanian mystery and Norway's answer to 'Homeland' will help you waste your time on those long summer nights.

South Korea Box Office: Netflix’s ‘Okja’ Opens at No.4, Despite Exhibitor Boycott

The Bong Joon Ho film showed on less than 100 screens across the country but enjoyed sold-out showings.read more

South Korea’s Bucheon Fantastic Fest Sets Opening, Closing Films

There are hints of improved diplomatic relations between Beijing and Seoul as Chinese industryites are expected to attend, along with Bong Joon Ho for his controversial Netflix film 'Okja. read...

Director Bong Joon Ho Hopes Netflix Film ‘Okja’ Will Help Set Rules on Simultaneous...

"I think the problem is that the film arrived before local industries set their rules on this," says the helmer about South Korean exhibitors demanding Netflix for 'hold back'...

Cannes: South Korean WWII Film ‘The Battleship Island’ Sells Worldwide

The CJ Entertainment title pre-sold to 113 territories including North America, and at record prices to Asian countries.read more

Cannes: Hong Sang-soo’s ‘The Day After,’ ‘Claire’s Camera’ Seal Multiple Deals

'On the Beach at Night Alone,' the Silver Berlin Bear-winning film also directed by the South Korean auteur, enjoyed additional sales at Cannes.read more

Cannes: South Korean Time Travel Film ‘A Day’ Sells to Multiple Territories

Finecut expects a slew of more European deals and possible remake rights for the time-loop mystery that premiered at the Cannes Film Market last month.read more

Netflix Film Debate Hits South Korea Ahead of ‘Okja’ Launch

CJ CGV, the Asian country's largest cinema chain, may not screen the Netflix title, saying it is "ruining the ecosystem of the Korean film market."read more

South Korean Filmmakers Mourn Late Busan Co-Founder Kim Ji-seok

The deputy director's unexpected death reignited the debate on artistic freedom in the country as well as raised pertinent questions on the future direction of the troubled Asian festival.read...

Cannes: South Korean Thriller ‘The Merciless’ Sells Worldwide

The crime thriller received a standing ovation after its midnight screening and has sold to 117 territories.read more

Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple to Be Adapted Into South Korean TV Series

Good Production will create a contemporary adaptation of the iconic elderly sleuth titled 'Miss Ma.'read more

Cannes: Fox Korea’s ‘Warriors of the Dawn’ Sets North American Release Date

The period epic has pre-sold to Asian territories as well as Australia/New Zealand. read more