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Action-thriller "Chronicles of Evil", distributed by CJ Entertainment and produced by BA Entertainment, premieres in North American theaters on May 22, 2015 on the heels of the film's release in South Korea. Directed by Baek Woon-hak, the writer of Korea's first big-budget blockbuster "Shiri", "Chronicles of Evil" is the gripping tale of a chief detective who is tasked to solve a murder that he committed in self-defense. The talented cast includes Son Hyeon-joo ("THE CHASER - Drama", "Three Days"), Ma Dong-seok ("The Good, the Bad, the Weird", "The Unjust"), Choi Daniel ("High Kick Through The Roof", "Cyrano Agency"), and Park Seo-joon ("A Witch's Love").
"Chronicles of Evil" will open in major cities across North America including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto and more...More
A file photo of KCON, a business convention on Korean cultural content that includes a K-pop concert, held in Los Angeles last year. Provided by CJ E&M
When you're into a person, you're naturally drawn to discovering his or her most intimate details.
The same goes for fans of K-pop stars.
Followers of these celebrities want more than to simply see their favorite singers perform at concerts or act on screen. They want to get to know them personally - finding out about the clothes they wear, the makeup they use, the food they eat, how they eat it and where they hang out...More
"Twenty" makes it way to America, Fabien presents three new Korean releases for Modern Korean Cinema, CJ Entertainment reaches out to fans on Facebook with new initiative, and reservations for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" start flooding in...More
CJ Entertainment Partners with Walla to BringKorean Movies and Dramas to Facebook for the First Time
Kim Woo-bin's "Friends 2" to Be Offered Free for 48 hours on April 15-16...More
There is a report that movie "Twenty" will be released in 25 theaters in North America simultaneously.
On April 7th, an US entertainment media, The Hollywood Reporter said "CJ Entertainment America has announced that "Twenty" will be released in North America"...More