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2015/02/24 | | Permalink
Agents rule and "Ode" revitalised…
Kim Seok-yoon's "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island" held on to enjoy another weekend as Korea's choice film, claiming 1.2M admissions (30.5%) over 817 screens to once again outplayed Matthew Vaughn's "Kingsman: The Secret Service" at the top of the pile. Kim's latest, which was released on the 11th, now moves onto 3.1M and is on target to overtake the 4.7M stubs the 2011 original scored...More
A scene from local comedy flick "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island", which topped the local box office during holiday weekend. Provided by the distributor
Local movie "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island" won the Lunar New Year holiday box office race over the five days from Wednesday to Sunday, according to the state-run Korean Film Council on Monday...More
2015/02/16 | | Permalink
Agents foreign and domestic dominate Valentine's Day weekend...
Valentine's Day weekend welcomed a string of new hopefuls into the game as six fresh players shook up sales to helped spread the love. But of those new entries, it was the return of "Detective K" that came away with the biggest piece of the box office pie.
Kim Seok-yoon's "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island" attracted 729K (32.4%) from 811 screens to outplay its nearest rival: "Kingsman: The Secret Service". "Detective K" was released back in 2011 by Kim and garnered 4.7M stubs from early January to late March, and the sequel retains the popular comical duo of Kim Myeong-min and Oh Dal-soo, but this time Lee Yeon-hee joins them to raise to stakes...More
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