Amuse Korea describes itself as a "comprehensive entertainment company." It focuses on discovering and training artists as well as overseas market research and development. It has produced a number of Korean films and dramas, including Shiri, Joint Security Area, and "My Name is Kim Sam Soon." It was established in 2000. The president is Haruhiko Miyano.
Amuse Korea is a subsidiary of Amuse, Inc. Amuse, Inc. (株式会社アミューズ) is a Japanese entertainment company that provides artist management services. The company was established in Daikanyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo in 1978. Its artists include gravure idols, musicians, and more. Amuse produces TV & radio programs, commercial films, and movies. Other interests are in publication, music software, and patent agent businesses. The private Amuse Museum, located in Asakusa, Tokyo, is owned by the company. It features ukiyo-e and textile displays.