After scoring a hit with romantic drama Me Myself which was subsequently bought for a Korean remake, up-and-coming Thai production house Mono Film is attending Pusan's Asian Film Market with new romantic drama Missed Calls.

Directed by Piti Chaturaphat, the picture is about three young people who are compelled to resolve a love triangle when love becomes a reality and not just another game.

The company is also unveiling Tharatorn Siriphunvaraporn's Ghost College Of Fine Arts. The new comedy follows an art professor who against his will helps a student ghost to look for her lover's spirit trapped inside one of her old paintings on campus.

Both pictures are currently in production and will be the first 2008 releases for Mono, which previously announced that romantic dramas have become a major focus and a bigger slate of eight films is lined up for next year.

New trailers for action drama Fighting Beat and fantasy adventure Siyama will also be shown at the market. Both pictures will be released by year-end.

Founded by CEO Soraj Asavaprapha and chairman Pete Bodharamik in 2004, the young company has now set its sight on the international market. Its aggressive marketing campaign will see it exhibiting not only at Pusan but also Tokyo 's TIFFCOM and the American Film Market later this month. It was at HK Filmart and Cannes earlier this year.

Me Myself was bought by Korea 's producer-distributor K&Entertainment in the first Korean remake deal on Thai films. The original film stars Ananda Everingham who has been selected for this year's Star Summit Asia in Pusan.