Cinema in Busan

Busan Cinema Center

An important venue for the Busan International Film Festival, this complex plays a mix of Korean and foreign films in its smaller venues. The magnificent complex has the world's longest cantilever structure. The 127…
Cinema in Myeong-dong & Jung-gu

Oh! Zemidong

Occupying a corridor of rooms on the upper level of Chugmuro station, this facility run by the Seoul Film Corporation includes a free library of books and DVDs, both Korean and international. There are five viewing …
Cinema in Western Seoul

63 Arthall 3D Movie

Located in the 63 Building, this single-screen cinema shows hourly movies on a gigantic screen with English-language commentary in an earphone.
Cinema in Busan

Daeyeon Cinema Theatre

Catch a film or escape the summer heat for a couple of hours. Shows Hollywood films in English with Korean subtitles, as well as Korean films.
Cinema in Western Seoul

63 Art Hall

An IMAX theatre in the basement of 63 City showing huge-screen movies, most with an English-language commentary.
Cinema in Gangnam & South of the Han River

Coex Mall Megabox

A mega-popular 17-screen multiplex cine­ma with over 4000 seats. Queues can build up at busy times.
Cinema in Gwanghwamun & Jongno-gu

Cinematheque/Seoul Arts Cinema

Catch independent and foreign films (with subtitles in Korean) at this arts cinema where you’ll also find Hollywood golden oldies screening at the Silver Cinema. Some Korean films may have English subtitles but it’s…
Cinema in Western Seoul

Cinemateque KOFA

Free classic and contemporary Korean films are on the bill at one of the three cinemas in this home of the Korean Film Archive. See the website for directions from the subway exit.
Cinema in Western Seoul

Arthouse Momo

In the basement of the main entrance to the university is this two-screen cinema, showing a wide range of international movies in their original language (with Korean subtitles).
Cinema in Busan

Megabox Busan Theatre

This cinema is opposite the famous hotteok carts in Nampodong.