VOV.VN - After being suspended for a long period of time due to the threat from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), cinemas across the country are poised to resume operation from May 9.
The Republic of Korea's conglomerate CJ's CJ CGV Vietnam, the leading film distributor and movie theatre operator in Vietnam, reported VND2.8 trillion ($122.7 million) in revenue in 2017 with a market share of 47 per cent, running laps around competitors.
The cinema market was estimated to have modest value of US$6 million in 2008, but the figure soared by 10 times in 2013 and exceeded the US$100 million threshold in 2015, according to CGV.
VOV.VN - Korean stars Lee Kwang Soo and Haha will have exchanges with Vietnamese spectators as part of the Korea-Vietnam Food & Culture Festival 2017 at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi on October 27-29.
Those bored with hanging out with friends at traditional coffee shops and restaurants at weekend should check out the following destinations for shopping, entertainment and relaxation.
VOV.VN - The decision in 1995 to open the cinema industry to foreigners started a new chapter in the Vietnamese movie theatre segment.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Cinema Association has dusted off an old plan to transform the local movie industry into a leading one in Southeast Asia by 2020, but experts say it’s just a lot of the same old tripe.
Investors from the Republic of Korea (RoK) have been topping the list of foreign investors in Vietnam in the last two years.