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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2008.05.16 ~ 2008.05.18
Total
1 The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian  558,497 641,289
2 Iron Man  428,483 3,732,470
3 Speed Racer  112,220 745,822
4 Taken  102,765 124,818
5 Penelope  92,755 124,818
6 Horton Hears a Who!  28,775 624,238
7 The Moonlight of Seoul (비스티 보이즈) 2008/04/30 26,075 704,725
8 The Forbidden Kingdom  25,472 1,211,268
9 Hors de Prix (Priceless)  17,020 120,463
10 Detective Conan : The Phantom Of Baker Street (名探偵コナン ベイカー街の亡霊)  8,526 118,432
Following Korean movies  
  Unforgettable (서울이 보이냐?) 2008/05/08 4,167 48,459
  A Tale of Legendary Libido (가루지기) 2008/04/30 2,863 270,671
  The Chaser (추격자) 2008/02/14 1,049 5,069,347
  Frivolous Wife (날나리 종부전) 2008/05/22 260 260
  If You Were Me - Anima Vision 2 (별별 이야기 2 - 여섯 빛깔 무지개) 2008/04/17 233 4,027
  Host and Guest (방문자) 2006/11/15 180 180
  Shocking Family (쇼킹 패밀리) 2008/05/08 152 264
  One Day on the Road (어느날 그 길에서) 2008/03/27 149 3,221
  Farewell (작별) 2008/03/27 30 1,302

Korean box office news

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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.03.24 - 2017.03.26

2017/03/27 | | Permalink

A flood of new entries fail to subdue "Beauty and the Beast"...

Despite the flood of new entries, foreign and domestic, Disney's musical fantasy "Beauty and the Beast" narrowly retained pole position by capturing 40.98% of the sales. With the million admissions the film scored over the weekend, Bill Condon's remake now moves its total tally in Korea to 3.1 million, or $23.1 million; "Beauty and the Beast" is only 500,000 short of becoming the third highest-grossing film in Korea this year...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.03.24 ~ 2017.03.26

Source | 2017/03/26 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Beauty and the Beast"...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.03.17 - 2017.03.19

2017/03/20 | | Permalink

A trio of foreign beasts capture the podium...

A new beast arrived in Korea last Thursday and dislodged "Kong" at the top of the chart. With 66.86% of the box office pie, Bill Condon's musical drama "Beauty and the Beast" (Emma Watson, Dan Stevens) dominated proceedings by capturing 1.4 million admissions ($10.5 million). The film, a remake of Disney's 1991 live-action classic, after having also been recently released in America, has already banked $350 million worldwide (the film was produced for an estimated $160 million)...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.03.17 ~ 2017.03.19

Source | 2017/03/19 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Beauty and the Beast"...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.03.10 ~ 2017.03.12

2017/03/13 | | Permalink

"Kong" and "Logan" battle it out at the top...

Jordan Vogt-Roberts's reboot of the iconic King Kong character in "Kong: Skull Island" (Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman and John Goodman) arrived last Wednesday and climbed to the top of the chart with 49.14% of the box office pie. (Interestingly, one of the films that Vogt-Roberts said influenced him was Bong Joon-ho's "The Host".) From 984 screens, "Kong" attracted 823,219 admissions ($6.1 million) during its first weekend out in Korea. Worldwide, "King" has already recouped an estimated $142.6 million of the $185 million it took to produce; the film was released in the US last Friday...More

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