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"A Frozen Flower" Sold to 7 Countries

2009/02/13 | 1157 views | Permalink | Source

Korean historical film "A Frozen Flower" was sold to seven countries at the European Film Market held during the reputed Berlin International Film Festival. The film's Korean distributor, Showbox, announced that the film was sold to Spain, Czechoslovakia, Thailand, Russia, Turkey, Singapore and Brazil. At the American Film Market held prior to the one in Berlin, it was sold to three other countries - Japan, Germany and the Benelux Economic Union, consisting of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg. Showbox said that foreign buyers were captivated by beautiful photography and the subject matter, which dealt with the Forbidden Love between the king and his chief bodyguard.

Directed by Yoo Ha and starring Jo In-sung and Joo Jin-mo, this visually stunning historical movie set against the last days of the Goryeo Dynasty was released late last year and is still going strong, nothing up four million in ticket sales so far.

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