SM Film ‘IAM’ Confirms Premiere Release in Korea on June 21
By Staff Writer | June 08, 2012 09:02 AM EDT
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SM Entertainment’s highly anticipated documentary film ‘IAM’ originally scheduled to release on May 10 delayed the release to improve the quality of the film has now confirmed its premiere release date in Korea.
‘IAM’ made its release all over Asia ahead of release in Korea beginning on May 18 in Indonesia, Taiwan on May 25, Singapore on May 31 and Japan on June 2 and June 3.
The premiere in Japan received an explosive response becoming the highest grossing movie during the weekend it began screening. The viewer’s generally were in their 20s however still included people of all ages, genders lining up to watch the film.
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