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Hollywood films may dominate the world's box offices today, but in korea it's the homegrown products that has been capturing the publics's attention. Korean films enjoyed a 52 percent share of the domestic market in 2011, putting them over the fifty-percent mark for the first time in four years. Meanwhile, Korean film directors were getting major press at the world's different film festivals. Exports were booming, and the films that reached overseas audiences found a warm reception there.
Hollywood films may dominate the world's box offices today, but in korea it's the homegrown products that has been capturing the publics's attention. Korean films enjoyed a 52 percent share of the domestic market in 2011, putting them over the fifty-percent mark for the first time in four years. Meanwhile, Korean film directors were getting major press at the world's different film festivals. Exports were booming, and the films that reached overseas audiences found a warm reception there.

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Published by: Republic of Korea (Korea.net) on Oct 17, 2012
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Korean Culture No.5
 About the series
The Korean Culture series is one of the KoreanCulture and Information Service’s projects tofurnish international readers with insights into andbasic understanding of the dynamic and diverseaspects of contemporary Korean culture.
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KoreanCultureandInformationService
The Korean Culture and Information Service(KOCIS) was inaugurated as the OverseasInformation Center under the Ministry of Culture and Information in 1971. Its aim isto introduce Korean culture to the world andto raise Korea’s national profile. KOCIS has worked to consolidate ties with countries allover the world through cultural exchange.It continues working today to explore new  ways of bringing Korean art and culture to thecitizens of the world. 
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