Korean major, Cinema Service has completed a slew of post-Mifed deals toplined by its big-budget martial arts-fantasy romance Legend Of The Evil Lake.

Legend, a period tale of royalty and revenge directed by Lee Gwang-Hoon, was licensed to EMS for Germany, Soyuz Films for Russia and the former CIS, Three Line Pictures for Benelux, Des Films for France, Nontanund Entertainment for Thailand and PT Warna for Indonesia.

College comedy, Please Teach Me English sold to Japan's Art Port, Thailand's Digital Rights Pictures and PT Warna for Indonesia.

Leading Japanese indie Gaga Communications bought a package of video and TV rights to three films; I Wish I Had A Wife, Madelein and Love Song Love Wind.

Cinema Service founder Kang Woo-Suk's Public Enemy went to France's CTV, while library title Attack The Gas Station, which was a big hit in Korea in 1999, was licensed to Media Blasters for the US.