Korean theater claims to have world’s largest screen
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — According to the Guiness Book, the Starium Theater in western Seoul now has the world’s largest screen, measuring 103 ft. x 42.7 feet. The theater also a vey powerful sound system.
The massive screen, located in CGV’s Starium theater, measures 31.4 meters (103 feet) in width and 13 meters in height, ranking it as the largest one on the globe, according to Guinness World Records.
Previously, the largest movie screen in Korea was at CGV Centum City in Busan, which measures 27 meters in width.
One of the most striking aspects of the Starium theater is its powerful sound system. For the best sound, it uses an 11.2-channel stereoscopic system, which it claims provides uniform distribution of sound in every part of the theater.
Read more in this article in JoongAng Daily which includes a picture.