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In a statement on its website, Disney said that it plans to launch the new Disney Movies in Korean cinemases sometime next month.
Disney’s movies include “Captain America: Civil War,” “Frozen,” “Moana,” “Finding Dory,” “Zootopia,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2,” “Wreck-It Ralph 2,” and “Zoo.”
The service is available to all Apple TV owners in Korea.
This is the third time that Disney has launched a new Disney movies in Korea in the past few months.
In May, Disney released the “Captain Americas” movie in South Korea.
More recently, in November, Disney announced a new version of “Moanas” and the “Moaning Willows” movie.
The company’s latest movie, “The Legend of Tarzan,” is also available to stream on Apple devices in South Koreans cinemas.
If you’re not a Korean citizen, you can still watch the movie on Apple’s streaming service.