Korea's Cineclick Asia has announced a raft of deals signed during the recentAmerican Film Market, including the sale of North American rights to Kim Ki-duk'sTime to Lifesize Entertainment.

The US distributor previously released Lee Chang-dong's Oasis and Kim Ki-duk's Bad Guy - both Cineclick titles.

"Although the market was abit slow, Cineclick did do a lot of diverse deals," said the company's managingdirector Youngjoo Suh.

Cineclick also pre-sold Kim'supcoming film, Breath, to Italy's Mikado, Cineart for Benelux, Bir Film for Turkey, Film House for Mexico, Shani Film for Israel and Hollywood Entertainment for Greece.

Bong Joon-ho's mega-hit The Host was sold to A-Film for Benelux, Indo-Overseas for India, Bir Film for Turkey, Suraya for the Philippines and Vietnam Media for Vietnam.

Mohsen Makhmalbaf's upcomingTwo Footed Horse, which was awardedthe Cineclick Award at the Pusan Promotion Plan in 2006, was pre-sold to ShaniFilm for Israel and Hollywood Entertainment for Greece.

Turkish rights for Ad Lib Night, directed by Lee Yoon-ki (This Charming Girl), went to Bir Film.

Other sales included Love Me Not, a romance based on aJapanese TV drama, which went to Hong Kong's EdkoFilms and Vietnam Media for Vietnam. Erotic drama Cheaterswent to J-Bics for Thailand, and romcom SeducingMr. Perfect, starring heart-throb Daniel Henney, went to Vietnam Media.

Cineclick is also innegotiations for co-financing of Kim Ki-duk's Breath, Makhmalbaf's TwoFooted Horse and Kim Jee-woon's TheGood, The Bad And The Weird with France, the US and Japan.