Popular South Korean actor Gong Yoo is getting his own theatre house in Hong Kong.

Korean cinema company CGV is opening its newest location in Hong Kong at D2 Place Phase II in Lai Chi Kok this month – and it is dedicating one of its houses to Gong Yoo.

“I am so honoured to have my name on one of the cinema [houses],” said Gong Yoo in a press release. “I hope that all of you can enjoy watching movies in comfort and joy in this house.”

The new CGV cinemas will be home to four houses, each with an individual theme, and will house a total of 500 people.

The Gong Yoo House aims to celebrate the actor, who has played a key role in promoting Korean movies on a global scale. Multimedia content related to Gong Yoo will be on display, while parts of the profits from ticket sales for movies screening in the Gong Yoo House will go towards Hong Kong’s film industry.

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Gong Yoo is best known for his roles in blockbusters, including Train to Busan, as well as massively popular Korean dramas such as Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (also known as Goblin).

Another highlight of the CGV cinema includes a ScreenX House, featuring 270-degree panoramic film projection technology. The curved screen, which stretches out along the surrounding walls, is meant to bring about a more immersive movie experience.

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As of August 2018, CGV operates 3,512 screens in 472 locations across seven countries. Some of its overseas locations include China, Turkey, Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar and the US.

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