Extra! Korea

March 27, 2009

Sub-titled movies to be screened regularly from March 27

Filed under: expatriates, movies — extrakorea @ 3:29 am

Until now, Korean movies were rarely screened with English sub-titles. Usually, one had to wait for the DVD to come out. That’s set to change from March 27.

Two theaters in Seoul will be providing English subtitles to Korean movies released this year.

The service, which started this week, is available at two theaters of the local cinema chain Cinus.

One is in Myeong-dong, central Seoul, and the other in Gangnam, the southern part of the city.

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An opening ceremony will take place tonight [Friday, March 27] at 7:30 p.m. at Cinus Myeong-dong.

The main event will be a preview of the English-subtitled Korean movie “Private Eye.”

Read all about it, including information about how to get to the theaters, here.

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