Screenings in 4D have added to the viewing experience with touch and smell, as well as including fog and strobe lights that are synced with the screen.
A Korean moviegoer, who went to see DreamWorks' animation feature Kung Fu Panda 2, said in the Sunday Times: "The seats have massage chair motors so that they punch you lightly in the kidneys or bottom when Po gets hit or falls down.
"At the end, bubbles floated down from the ceiling to simulate fireworks - hilarious and well worth the 18,000 [South Korean won] (£11 / $17) ticket price."
Some people who saw Transformers: Dark of the Moon reportedly complained of the excessive smell of rubber, while Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Avatar are two other movies to have received the 4D treatment.
The company behind 4D, CJ 4DPlex, intends to expand to America and then Europe.
There are already cinemas in America and Canada that support D-BOX technology. Seats in D-BOX motion-enhanced theatres rock around based on the action on-screen. Films like Fast Five have used this technology.
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