Korean sales agent Cineclick Asia has announced a slew of sales concluded at Hong Kong Filmart last week, led by deals on Kim Ki-duk's upcoming title Breath and recent Berlinale Golden Bear winner Tuya's Marriage.

Featuring Taiwanese star Chang Chen, Kim's fourteenth title Breath was sold to France 's ARP following sales to more than ten territories at the AFM and Berlin 's European Film Market, including Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Benelux and Israel.

Scheduled for an April 19 local release, Breath is pegged as a strong Cannes contender.

Wang Quan'An's Tuya's Marriage, Cineclick's first foreign-language pick-up, was sold to Nonstop Entertainment for Scandinavia and Hollywood Entertainment for Greece, while Mexico 's Arthouse acquired South American rights. The film was previously sold to France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the former USSR, and Germany.

In addition, romantic comedy Seducing Mr. Perfect, starring heart-throb Daniel Henney, sold to Japan's Geneon Entertainment, while Bong Joon-ho's hit monster film The Host sold to Hungary 's Budapest Film.

Director Kim Tae-yong's quirky drama Family Ties was picked up by Hollywood Entertainment for Greece. The film won four prizes at last year's Thessaloniki International Film Festival, including the Golden Alexander for best film.

Library titles Oasis by director Lee Chang-dong and Friend by KT Kwak sold to Third Window Entertainment for the UK.

Earlier this month, Cineclick Asia merged with Fantom Entertainment Group and is now in charge of the group's visual entertainment business, handling local and international investment, production and distribution.