South Korean filmmakers are reaching out to other parts of Asia for funding and stars to combat the twin problems of rising budgets and exportability.
Mi Hui Kim
A controversial TV series is daring to shed light on social change in deeply conservative Korea. "Blue Fog" is a 20-part skein about a married man in his 40s who gives up his family and successful…
A Korean movie about four ill-fated friends has smashed local B.O. records, spawned a retro fashion trend and left a populace in search of lost pals.
Korean filmmakers are reaching out to other parts of Asia for funding and stars to combat the twin problems of rising budgets and exportability.
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