CJ Entertainment has announced a raft of sales from the Asian Film Market in Pusan.

Kim Jee-woon's fast-paced Oriental Western The Good, The Bad, The Weird - the international version of which is making its Asian premiere in the Pusan festival - has sold to Celestial Films for Hong Kong and Nonstop for Scandinavia.

Celestial also picked up the heart-throb action drama Fate, while Nonstop also signed on for a 15-film package including Ryoo Seung-wan's fantasy martial arts film Arahan, period mystery thriller Blood Rain, and cop drama Wild Card.

German distributor Rapid Eye picked up last year's Cannes competitor Secret Sunshine, starring Best Actress winner Jeon Do-yeon.

Japan 's Fine Film has picked up the three-handed woman's drama Hellcats, melodrama Fly High, comedy Kidnapping Granny K, and dramas My Son and Radio Star.

'We're quite satisfied with this market. We're met everyone we needed to, and sold everything we needed to,' commented Kini Kim, vice president of sales (US & Europe).

Kim added that the company has had total of 30 meetings a day with buyers from Europe, the US and Asia over the past two days. 'Although, today is a little quieter. There are definitely many more buyers from Europe this year compared to last.'