The melodrama "Ode to My Father" has drawn 1.1 million viewers in just four days, taking the No. 1 spot at the box office.
Some 44,000 people went to see the film on Saturday alone...More
Domestic movie "Ode to My Father", a heart-wrenching story set during the 1950-53 Korean War, opened with an audience of 1.1 million over the weekend, snatching first place at the local box office.
Within five days of its release, the CJ Entertainment film with an 18 billion won budget (about $16 million) had garnered 1.5 million moviegoers, earning 9 billion won...More
Lively girl Illi (Lee Si-yeong), left, weds Hee-tae (Eom Tae-woong), her high school teacher whom she had a crush on years ago. However, while leading a happily married life, a new relationship shakes up her life and a love triangle ensues. Provided by CJ Entertainment
Korea's drama fans should remember Kim Sam-soon, a pastry chef from the 2005 MBC drama "My Name is Kim Sam-soon", which won the hearts of many viewers for its frank and humorous depiction of older, unmarried women in Korea.
Screenwriter Kim Do-woo, who was behind the drama, will once again introduce another beguiling character, Illi, the lead female in the upcoming tvN drama "Sensible Love" who gets caught up in a scandalous love triangle with her husband and another man...More
Starting from Nov. 1, CGV Movie Collage, the biggest distributor of art-house and indie films in Korea aims to revamp its image by changing its name to CGV Arthouse. The theater is run by CJ Entertainment. Provided by CGV Arthouse
From Nov. 1, CJ Entertainment's CGV Movie Collage, the biggest arts cinema in Korea, is trying to revamp its image by changing its name to CGV Arthouse...More
Actor Jeong Woo-seong was seen in Toronto.
Jeong Woo-seong met with local audiences in Toronto, Canada while he was there for the 39th Toronto International Film Festival...More