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2015/03/30 | | Permalink
"Twenty" starts, and scores…
Lee Byeong-heon-I's "Twenty" entered the fray last Wednesday and dominated proceedings over the weekend by capturing 48% of box office pie. The film, which stars Kim Woo-bin, Junho and Kang Ha-neul, attracted an impressive 852K filmgoers across 925 screens to end the weekend at the top; albeit during a quiet week in terms of turnout...More
The much-anticipated comedy flick "Twenty", a highly entertaining portrayal of being young in Korea, thundered into the domestic box office during its opening weekend, snatching first place on the chart.
Since it was released on Wednesday, the coming-of-age story has collected 1.1 million admissions, making 8 billion won ($7.2 million) in Korea...More
Movie "Twenty" gathered 150,000 audiences on the first day of release and has the green light.
Foreign films dominated the Korean box office with "Whiplash" crawling up to first place and "Kingsman: The Secret Service" gripping onto second over the weekend, according to the state-run Korean Film Council on Monday.
"Whiplash", written and directed by Damien Chazelle, collected 374,429 admissions during the weekend, making 6.6 billion won ($5.9 million) since it opened in Korean movie theaters on March 12...More
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