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  • Who we are
Since the first film commission was founded to offer production support service in 1999, film commissions all around Korea have had close ties to align their operations and support systems. With their emphasis on expanding the support and networking, a joint committee of six film commissions under the name of Korea Film Commission was founded in 2004. A total of 10 film commissions became member since then.

The association renewed itself as the Korea Film Commissions & Industry Network in 2011, expanding membership to the Korean Film Producers Association (KFPA), Corea Drama Production Association (CODA), Producers Guild of Korea (PGK) and Federation of Korean Movie Workers’ Union (FKMWU).

With the goal of inspiring regional and national economic growth by attracting domestic and international film productions, providing production-related support and exposing local attractions through audio-visual content products, and encouraging a well-balanced development of a Korean feature film and audio-visual industry through rigorous regional exchange, the Korea Film Commissions & Industry Network has made multilateral efforts to create a brand name for the domestic audio-visual industry.

Since 2015, the network expanded its operations to marketing Korea as a filming location internationally and acting as the major inbound contact point representing all regional film commissions.
  • Who we offer
- Provide first had information on how to film in Korea, available incentives, locations, filming permits etc.
- Inbound gateway: connect to the local film industry, from location coordinators and line producers to production service companies
- Acting as interface between the regional film commissions and the international film team in the stage of initial location scouting
- Supporting location scouting and research for projects set in Korea
- Operating annual Korea Location FAMTours for international location managers, executives and other film professionals interested
in shooting in Korea