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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions ( &
# Movies   Week-end
2008.06.06 ~ 2008.06.08
1 Kung Fu Panda  1,148,609 1,256,318
2 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull  556,057 3,781,166
3 Sex and the City  348,255 446,977
4 What Happens In Vegas  158,023 585,832
5 Girl Scout (걸스카우트) 2008/06/05 132,687 163,122
6 The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian  95,102 1,454,625
7 The Eye  54,448 64,223
8 '88 Minutes'  48,651 269,165
9 Iron Man  23,065 4,308,344
10 Body (ศพ)  12,546 107,288
Following Korean movies  
  Cherry Tomato (방울토마토) 2008/05/29 1,002 18,134
  Phill Soong Ver 2.0 - The Song on the Road (필승 Ver 2.0 연영석) 2008/06/06 101 125
  Milky Way Liberation Front (은하해방전선) 2007/11/29 32 4,313
  HD Collection 1 (HD 컬렉션1)  23 23
  '3xFTM' (10th Inter' Women's Film Festival in Seoul)  18 106
  Madame Freedom'81 (자유부인'81)  17 38
  Lala Sunshine (라라 선샤인)  17 17
  Viva! Love (경축! 우리 사랑) 2008/04/09 13 12,958
  One Day on the Road (어느날 그 길에서) 2008/03/27 9 3,272

Korean box office news

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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2015.11.20 ~ 2015.11.22

2015/11/23 | | Permalink

"Inside Men" dislodges "The Priests" for first...

After three weeks at the top of the pile, Jang Jae-hyeon's mystery drama "The Priests" has given way to Woo Min-ho's third feature, "Inside Men". Last weekend "The Priests" topped the chart by claiming over a million admissions (47%), but in the wake of the release of Woo's new thriller, Jang's popular flick slipped to second with 487 thousand admissions (20%). Since its release early November, "The Priests" (starring Kim Yoon-seok and Kang Dong-won) has attracted over 4.4 million filmgoers and banked over $30 million in the process...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2015.11.20 ~ 2015.11.22

Source | 2015/11/22 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Inside Men" (내부자들)...More

[HanCinema Box Office Review] 2015.11.13 ~ 2015.11.15

2015/11/16 | | Permalink

"The Priests" holds up against Mendes' "Spectre"...

Jang Jae-hyeon's murder mystery "The Priests" retained pole position during its second week out having defending the top spot against the incoming "Spectre". Last weekend, "The Priests" (formerly known as "Black Priest") dominated during its first weekend by capturing 62% of the sales, week two for Jang Jae-hyeon's directorial debut saw that slip to 49% with a million tickets sold. The film, which stars Kim Yoon-seok and Kang Dong-won, has, since its release on the fifth of this month, grossed over $23.6 million...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2015.11.13 ~ 2015.11.15

Source | 2015/11/15 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "The Priests" (검은 사제들)...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2015.11.06 ~ 2015.11.08

2015/11/09 | | Permalink

Jang Jae-hyeon's "The Priests" clean up at the top...

Jang Jae-hyeon's debut feature film "The Priest" entered at the top of the pile by capturing a domineering 62% of the box office pie over the weekend. The local film made its debut last Thursday, and from the 1,088 screens it was allocated managed to attract over 1.4 million filmgoers. Formerly known as "Black Priests", the film has been lightly compared to the iconic "Exorcist" film, and, more locally, the film conjures up images of Park Chan-wook's bloodly vampire film "Thirst". In "The Priests", Kim Yoon-seok and Kang Dong-won play two Catholic priests who become involved in a disturbing mystery the can't forsake...More

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