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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2017.03.24 ~ 2017.03.26
Total
1 Beauty and the Beast  1 028 686 3 103 376
2 The Prison (프리즌) 2017/03/23 967 132 1 243 838
3 Ordinary Person (보통 사람) 2017/03/23 213 233 255 213
4 Hidden Figures  108 201 139 111
5 Kong: Skull Island  58 152 1 673 697
6 Logan  19 801 2 155 427
7 Assassination Classroom: 365 Days (劇場版 暗殺教室 365日の時間)  16 036 18 560
8 On the Beach at Night Alone (밤의 해변에서 혼자) 2017/03/23 14 649 20 070
9 Three Little Pigs and the Magic Lamp (三隻小豬與神燈)  12 791 13 490
10 Collide (Autobahn)  10 669 18 054
Following Korean movies  
  One Line (원라인) 2017/03/29 4 477 9 325
  Part-Time Spy (비정규직 특수요원) 2017/03/16 2 548 146 714
  Snowy Road - Theatrical Version (눈길) 2017/03/01 578 127 641
  Fabricated City (조작된 도시) 2017/02/09 510 2 513 802
  Le Tour: My Last 49 Days (뚜르: 내 생애 최고의 49일) 2017/02/01 328 27 857
  Bluebeard (해빙) 2017/03/01 313 1 203 329
  A Woman in the Wall (벽 속의 여자, 1969) - Re-release  287 4 275
  Ban Geum-ryun (반금련, 1981) - Re-release  202 1 395
  Gag Powerful Man (만담강호) 2017/03/22 186 1 039
  SIDOF2017 Omnibus - Between 9 and 0 (9와 0 사이), You are my sunshine, thirty (서른), ESCAPE (탈)  184 184

Korean box office news

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Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2016.08.12 ~ 2016.08.14

Source | 2016/08/14 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Tunnel" (터널)...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2016.08.05 ~ 2016.08.07

2016/08/08 | | Permalink

"The Last Princess" outmaneuvers "Operation Chromite" for pole position...

Heo Jin-ho's historical melodrama, "The Last Princess", arrived in theaters on Wednesday and narrowly outplayed Lee Jae-han's controversial war drama, "Operation Chromite". Last weekend, "Operation Chromite" captured 36.5% of the sales (1.8 million admissions) to claim pole position; week two, however, saw Lee's latest slip to second with 1 million admissions (22%) after "The Last Princess" attracted 1.1 million admissions (24%) from 963 screens around the country...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2016.08.05 ~ 2016.08.07

Source | 2016/08/07 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "The Last Princess" (덕혜옹주)...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2016.07.29 ~ 2016.07.31

2016/08/01 | | Permalink

"Operation Chromite" overtakes "Train to Busan" as Korea's number one...

Lee Jae-han's war story "Operation Chromite" entered the fray last week and managed to displace Yeon Sang-ho's action thriller ("Train to Busan") to claim pole position. Last weekend Yeon's atypical zombie flick dominated proceedings by capturing 75% of the sales (3.2 million admissions), but week two for Yeon's first live action flick saw it slip one place to second as "Operation Chromite" enjoyed a successful opening weekend by capturing 1.7 million admissions (36.5) from 1,048 screens...More

Korean War Flick Takes Box Office by Storm

Source | 2016/08/01 | | Permalink

Posters for "Operation Chromite" at a multiplex in Samseong-dong, Seoul on Sunday

The clunky Korea-War movie "Operation Chromite" drew more than 2 million moviegoers in the first five days to soar to the top of the box office.

The film, which features Liam Neeson as Gen. Douglas MacArthur, ran ahead of "Train to Busan" and the latest installment of the Jason Bourne franchise...More

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