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The moment the K-Pop’s super idol group fans have been waiting for is finally here. Tickets to BIGBANG’s MADE concerts in Sydney and Melbourne will be going on sale from NEXT WEEK.



South Korean gambling saga Tazza 2 topped the box office over the local Thanksgiving "Chuseok" holiday, scoring big with $16.67 million as of Wednesday according to the Korean Film Council's KOBIS database.



In line with the biggest expectations of the moviegoers and the Korean media falling on "Tazza 2," a sequel to 2006 gambling epic "Tazza: The High Rollers," has already drawn more than two million audiences.

The 5th Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) has featured a special guest from Korea – one of legendary actors Park Joong-hoon.

He showcased at the festival on 15 August to talk with his fans and Korean film lovers, and do interviews with a variety of local media outlets.

At a time when Korean cinemas have been virtually taken over by period blockbuster "Roaring Currents," the comedy "The Pirates" has managed to get off a great start.

"The Interview," a film on a CIA mission to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, is set to be released in October.

But the trailer alone has been enough to stir up controversy first, given that it's the FIRST-ever Hollywood movie that depicts the young North Korean leader.

South Korean media is celebrating top spot at the U.S. box-office for “Lucy,” a thriller known here for a local actor’s role as the main villain.

Admiral Yi Sun-shin (1545-1598), seen as a statue at the Gwanghwamun Square in downtown Seoul and on the front of 100 won coin, is not just a war hero of Joseon Kingdom (1392-1910).

The 18th edition of Asia's largest genre film event ‘the 18th Puchon (Bucheon) International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan)’ raised its curtains Thursday with a star-studded opening ceremony and will show 210 works from 47 countries through July 27.