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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2008.06.13 ~ 2008.06.15
Total
1 Kung Fu Panda  908,368 2,459,584
2 The Incredible Hulk  455,588 529,376
3 The Happening  200,576 236,324
4 Sex and the City  171,691 779,299
5 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull  156,450 4,035,778
6 What Happens In Vegas  41,766 677,421
7 Beyond All Magic (흑심모녀) 2008/06/12 34,053 40,759
8 Flash Point (導火線)  17,197 21,901
9 Girl Scout (걸스카우트) 2008/06/05 17,045 219,090
10 The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian  12,293 1,475,804
Following Korean movies  
  Like Father, Like Son (아버지와 마리와 나) 2008/06/12 1,066 2,223
  Life is Cool (그녀는 예뻤다) 2008/06/12 942 2,183
  Crossing (크로싱)  219 6,988
  Phill Soong Ver 2.0 - The Song on the Road (필승 Ver 2.0 연영석) 2008/06/06 44 206
  Milky Way Liberation Front (은하해방전선) 2007/11/29 27 4,340
  One Day on the Road (어느날 그 길에서) 2008/03/27 7 3,296
  Shocking Family (쇼킹 패밀리) 2008/05/08 5 350
  Madame Freedom'81 (자유부인'81)  3 72

Korean box office news

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'Pirates' lock in box office No. 1 for week 2

Source | 2014/09/01 | | Permalink

Actress Son Ye-jin and actor Kim Nam-gil's movie "Pirates" is seeing a spurt in ticket sales almost a month after its release.

The movie, which hit local theaters a week after the record-breaking film "The Admiral: Roaring Currents", secured the No. 1 spot in the local box office for two consecutive weeks, according to the Korean Film Council. It entered in second place two weeks ago...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.08.29 ~ 2014.08.31

2014/09/01 | | Permalink

Lee's "Pirates" still rule the roost while "The Admiral" spies 17M…

The last few weeks have seen Korea's box office figures soar thanks to two seafaring delights: Kim Han-min's epic "Admiral" and Lee Seok-hoon's "Pirates". The last weekend of August, however, saw a slight return to normalcy as ticket sales sunk in the wake of Kim and Lee's period powerhouses coming down from their profitable reigns at the top.

Last weekend Lee's "Pirates" stole first from "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" with 951K, with Kim's naval strategist following close behind it with 802K. "Pirates" second term at the top, however, yielded just 620K (25.5%) while "The Admiral" was bumped down to third with 333K (13.7%). Together these two action attractions have amassed nearly 24M admissions and are still going around scooping up survivors as the new season is ushered in...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2014.08.29 ~ 2014.08.31

Source | 2014/08/31 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Pirates" (해적: 바다로 간 산적)...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.08.22 ~ 2014.08.24

2014/08/25 | | Permalink

"Pirates" and "The Admiral" tussle at the top…

It's been a thrilling month for Kim Han-min's "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" as it quickly became the highest grossing Korean film in history by surpassing the 13M admissions "The Host" put up back in 2006. Kim's epic depiction of Admiral Yi Sun-Shin's legendary role in the Battle of Myeongnyang may have been pushed down into second, but the additional 802K (29.9%) it cornered over the weekend pushes this mighty piece of moviemaking to a record 16.2M admissions ($123M)...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2014.08.22 ~ 2014.08.24

Source | 2014/08/24 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Pirates" (해적: 바다로 간 산적)...More

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