Starting this week foreigners in Seoul will be able to enjoy Korean movies with English subtitles in theaters as soon as they are released.


CJ Entertainment, one of the country’s top film distributors and producers, says it will premier select Korean movies with subtitles at CGV Yongsan, the multiplex nearest to the U.S. military base in the capital.

The first to be screened will be "A Man Who Was Superman" starting from this Thursday.

CJ plans to showcase four other movies with English subtitles including "Modern Boy" and acclaimed director Park Chan-wook’s as yet untitled work due out toward the end of the year.