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韓国の映画産業の分析

South Korea: Cinema Industry Research

発行 Dodona Research 商品コード 296147
出版日 ページ情報 英文 7 Pages
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韓国の映画産業の分析 South Korea: Cinema Industry Research
出版日: 2015年07月30日 ページ情報: 英文 7 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、韓国の映画産業の発展状況について分析し、近年の市場規模の動向(スクリーン数・興行収益など)や市場構造の変化(配給構造、国産映画の市場シェアなど)、政府の支援策、今後の業界発展の見通しなどを調査して、その結果を概略以下の構成でお届けします。

韓国

  • 観客
  • 映画上映本数
  • 3D映画
  • 配給構造
  • 映画館
  • 企業
    • CGV
    • Lotte Group
    • Megabox Cineplex
  • 将来予測

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In 2014 South Korea became the highest-attending film territory in the world, overtaking tiny Iceland. Like its economy, the story of its film industry is a miracle. In 1998 there were 500 single screen cinemas and the industry sold 50 million tickets, just a quarter of them to domestically-produced films. By 2014, well over 2,000 multiplex screens had been opened, leaving only 60 traditional cinemas. Half the 215 million tickets sold were to Korean movies. This report tracks the industry's journey, highlighting the government policies which made it possible, sticky periods in the early 1990s and late 2000s, and the international ambitions of South Korean exhibitors.

With comprehensive data covering issues like top films, national market shares, market shares in film distribution and exhibitor screen counts, this report gives the lowdown on an intriguing and still growing market set to play a key role in the continuing evolution of the film business in Asia. Forecasts also included in the report run up to 2019.

Table of Contents

SOUTH KOREA

  • Films
  • Distribution
  • Cinemas
  • Companies
    • CGV
    • Lotte Group
    • Megabox Cineplex
  • Forecasts

LIST OF TABLES

SOUTH KOREA

  • South Korean Cinema Market 2009-2014
  • Admissions by Nationality of Film 2000-2014
  • Top 20 Films 2014
  • Leading Distributors 2014
  • Cinema Sites, Screens and Seats 1998-2014
  • Companies
    • Leading Exhibitors by Screens 2009-2014
  • Forecasts
    • South Korea Forecasts 2014-2019
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