The movie "Empire of Lust" now can be seen at home.
CJ Entertainment movie "Empire of Lust" now can be watched in the comfort of IPTV, digital cable and online mobile VOD services...More
The arrival of cable TV channels in Korea 20 years ago brought more celebrities into the homes of fans through the small screen. Counterclockwise from top left: Comedian Jung Hyung-don and actress Jeong Ga-eun were the main characters of "Fun TV Rollercoaster", one of the first programs a local cable TV channel produced from scratch. Boy group H.O.T and girl group Fin. K.L danced on many music channels, and actor Han Suk-kyu of "Swiri" starred in the first Korean blockbuster, which would not have been possible without the influence of cable TV channels. Singer Seo In-guk became a star after competing in survival audition program "Superstar K". [JoongAng Ilbo]
It has been 20 years since cable TV came to Korea. The arrival of 24 channels, which each concentrated on one genre, such as music, travel, food and even religion, contributed to introducing a variety of shows made overseas...More
Preview stills of movie, "Empire of Lust" have been unveiled.
On March 5th, CJ Entertainment posted through their official Facebook, "Let's celebrate today's film release of "Empire of Lust"! Huge release of the exclusive preview stills. Ta-da"...More
Local comedy flick "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island" edged out Hollywood spy thriller "Kingsman: The Secret Service" for No. 1 at the weekend box office, the state-run Korean Film Council reported Monday.
Last weekend's box office is seen in the industry as an indicator of which films will be most popular during the five-day Lunar New Year holiday that starts Wednesday...More