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'Old Partner' Tops Box Office for 2nd Week

2009/03/02 | 100 views |  | Permalink | Source

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The Korean independent film "Old Partner" has taken the top spot at the nation's weekend box office for the second straight week.

According to the Korean Film Council's ticket sales data over the weekend, "Old Partner" drew about 345-thousand moviegoers over the last three days at 308 theaters nationwide.

"Old Partner" has so far attracted over two million domestic viewers since opening January 14th.

The Hollywood film "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" came in second at the weekend box office, followed by the Korean film "The Scam".

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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