When Kini Kim, the longest standing executive at CJ Entertainment, began his career at the newly hatched firm, Korean film was in the doldrums and the company was in search of a strategy. CJ's first…
"The challenge we have set ourselves over the last 20 years was to become the number one Asian film studio," says Jeong Tae-sung, CEO of CJ Entertainment. "This means that we want to be Asia-wide…
Line-up spans low budget, indie and Asian diversification
Games performance and domination of the box office in early 2015 point to recovery
"C'est Si Bon" finally breaks box office deadlock in South Korea.
CJ Entertainment, South Korea's largest movie company, has picked up a slate of arthouse titles that it will begin selling at Berlin's European Film Market. The titles are backed by CGV Arthouse, the…
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New division will put strong emphasis on emerging China market.
First picture is a local remake featuring Thai K-pop star Nichkhun
CJ Entertainment says rupture is not connected to sex and blackmail scandal
CJ Entertainment plans to expand operations in fast growing SE Asian country.
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