Well Go USA Lands Rights To Five Korean Titles Including ‘Alienoid’ And ‘Hansan: Rising Dragon’

Specific, Well Go USA Entertainment has expanded its slate of Korean films, including acquiring North American rights to the titles. alienoid, Hansen: Rising Dragon, gangnam zombie, ghost station And killer, While international and indie distributors have scheduled theatrical releases for alienoid And to laughThe plans for the other three films are yet to be finalised.

alienoid The film is the first in a series of two big-budget sci-fi films from director Choi Dong-hoon. Ryu Joon-yeol, Kim Woo-bin and Kim Tae-ri star in the picture, which is being distributed in Korea by CJ ENM.

Directed by Kim Han-min and starring Park Hee-il, Byun Yo-han and Ahn Sung-ki, Hansen: Rising Dragon 2014’s follow-up Admiral: Roaring Currents– The most-watched film in the history of Korean cinema – which brings to life the historic Battle of Hanson Island. Its Korean distributor is Lotte Entertainment.

in horror movie gangnam zombie, from director Lee Soo-sung, upscale Gangnam in Seoul overnight becomes the center of mass chaos as citizens begin to experience strange and terrifying symptoms and evolve into nonhuman creatures, with only a few left Leave people with no ability to survive. Park Jeon and Ji Il Joo star in the picture, the material being released in Panda Korea.

Panda Horror also set for Korean distribution via Content ghost station, in which a young reporter covering a suspicious accident learns from police that her source was already dead at the time of their interview. As more mysterious deaths occur, he and his partner delve deeper into the matter and encounter a horrifying truth.

Directed by Kwak Jeong-duk and starring Shin Hyun-joon, killer An action-packed journey about Joseon’s greatest killer and his deadly final mission is being released in Korea by K-Movie Entertainment.

Doris Pfferdreischer, President and CEO of Well Go USA, said, “We are teaming up with Content Panda (New), Lotte Entertainment, CJ ENM, Showbox and K-Movie Entertainment to bring this incredible lineup to fans across North America. Thrilled.” “We have been proud supporters of Korean cinema for many years, and the genre’s recent and well-deserved explosion in international popularity is another testament to the great entertainment value Korean filmmakers bring to audiences in the US and around the world.”

Well Go USA’s best-known Korean titles include fan-favorite horror and action titles such as lament And villainadmired train to busan franchise, and Korea’s recent two Oscar submissions for Best International Film: High-Octane Historical Action-Thriller escape from mogadishu in 2022, and On fire– The first Korean film to be shortlisted for the honor in 2019. Previously announced additions to the company’s roster of Korean films include: Sci-Fi Action Sequel Witch 2: The Other One—which released in theaters on June 17—and Disaster thriller to debut at Cannes emergency declarationWhich is slated to release in August, on a date that hasn’t been disclosed yet.