Korea's Mirovision has unveiled two new productions - disaster thriller Tomorrow News and epic romantic comedy Once Upon A Time.

Tomorrow News is based on the cult manga of the same name for which Mirovision has acquired rights for both big screen and TV formats. The project is currently in pre-production and scheduled to start shooting in spring 2008.

Presented by IM Pictures, Once Upon A Time is set in 1940s Seoul and is currently in production. The film is directed by Cheong Yong-Ki whose credits include mega-hit comedies Marrying The Mafia II and Marrying The Mafia III.

Mirovision also announced the sale of Mafia, The Salesman, the latest sequel to comedy franchise My Boss My Hero, to Thailand 's Jiang Entertainment.