Hong Kong Cinema in Korea: Its Prosperity and Decay
Author: Hyun, Daiwon
Source: Asian Cinema, Volume 9, Number 2, March 1998 , pp. 38-45(8)
Abstract:In the early 1990s, Hong Kong movies were imported more expensively into Korea than those from Hollywood. For instance, in 1992, an average price of 74 films from Hong Kong was $164,000, while an average price of 160 films from Hollywood was $113,000.1 Hong Kong movies have been an outstanding alternative for Hollywood's films, at the same time, a threatening competitor to domestic ones.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Temple University
Publication date: March 1998
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