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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
2015/03/23 | | Permalink
"Whiplash" for the win...
Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash" rose to the top of the pile over the weekend having entered the fray last weekend in fourth. The film, which is based on Damien's experiences in the Princeton High School Studio Band, claimed 374K (24%) over 574 screens to top the chart, brining its total tally in Korea now to 825K, or $5.9M...More
The number one movie this week is "Whiplash"...More
2015/03/16 | | Permalink
"The Kingsman" falls to "The Deal"...
British spy flick "Kingsman: The Secret Service" was finally, and narrowly, dethroned at the top of the pile over this past weekend. The action comedy has been reigning atop the Korean box office for a few weeks now, but was finally outplayed by Son Yong-ho's crime thriller "The Deal", starring Kim Sang-kyeong, Kim Seong-gyoon, and Park Seong-woong...More
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