Three of Korea's biggest screen stars, Lee Byung-hun, Gang Dong-won, and Kim Woo-bin, will make a collective onscreen comeback in "Master."
Local crime drama "Inside Men" topped the Korean box office with an opening score of $11.4 million
An archetypal tale of love, betrayal and revenge among swordplayers of South Korea’s Goryeo dynasty (918-1392), “Memories of the Sword” is a visually arresting but vacuous, instantly forgettable…
The fifth instalment of the Terminator franchise is the first Paramount title handled under a distribution pact with Lotte Entertainment, and prominently featured Korean star Lee Byung-hun.
Showbox will unwrap a slew of big budget titles for pre-sale at this week's Hong Kong FilMart.
SEOUL — Four period titles head the sales slate of Lotte Entertainment, South Korea's second largest vertically integrated film conglomerate, going in to next week's Hong Kong FilMart. Nostalgic…
Second largest vertically-integrated group gets better of Korea's biggest studio to hatch pact
Paramount switches distributors in key market for summer franchise reboot.
CJ Entertainment says rupture is not connected to sex and blackmail scandal
BUSAN — Popular Korean actor Lee Byung-hun, normally a regular on the BIFF red carpet, was conspicuously absent at the opening ceremony Thursday night due to his ongoing sex and blackmail scandal…
Lotte Entertainment may be South Korea's No. 2 film company, but it hates to be overshadowed by market leader CJ Entertainment. The company has no lack of ambition or resources. It is part of a huge…