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Korailsigned a memorandum of understanding with Cinewood Entertainment today toproceed with the KTX Cinema project so that all KTX trains will have filmscreening equipment in each of their no. 1 cars by December. The testing phase,which started in February, has finished.
KTXCinemas will charge an extra film-viewing fee, anticipated at $6-$7, on top ofregular train ticket prices. Korail says they expect up to 2.5m users a yearfor the cinema trains.
TheKorean Intellectual Property Office has already registered the patent for thecinema trains, and Korail is looking to make a global franchise out of theinvention, starting with the high-speed trains in