Korea’s Cj Group Sets Unprecedented Dual Theatrical-Streaming Release for ‘Seobok’

Korea’s Cj Group Sets Unprecedented Dual Theatrical-Streaming Release for ‘Seobok’
Leading Korean entertainment conglomerate Cj Enm is to break the theatrical window in the world’s fourth largest movie market with a simultaneous cinema and streaming release for “Seobok,” one of the year’s hottest Korean movies.

The group said that it will distribute the sci-fi actioner in theaters on April 15 and also make it available on its own streaming service, Tving.

While Hollywood studio Disney has chosen to release titles such as “Mulan” with simultaneous premium video and cinema releases, and WarnerMedia is planning the same for its entire 2021 Warner Bros. slate, holdbacks have remained in place through much of Asia.

Directed by Lee Yong-joo (“Architecture 101”), “Seobok” features “Train to Busan” star Gong Yoo as an intelligence agent charged with transferring the first human clone from a laboratory to a safe place in the real world. Park Bo-gum stars as the eponymous clone.

Seobok” had been set for
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