Korea's Doosabu Film has announced a deal for two effects-laden films with US-based Polygon Entertainment, headed by former ILM computer graphics supervisor Hans Uhlig.

Uhlig's credits include The Perfect Storm and The Day After Tomorrow.

The Korean company, which produced gangster comedy My Boss, My Hero and dramedy Sex Is Zero from director Yoon Je-gyun, is set to produce Yoon's upcoming big-budget tsunami film called Haeundae, after the beach in Busan.

According to Doosabu, Polygon is to participate on special effects on this project, and will be co-production partner and US distributor for deep sea oil-rig mutant film Jae Chil Gwang-gu (original title) to be directed by An Byung-ki, best known for his horror films The Phone and A.P.T.