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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2008.06.27 ~ 2008.06.29
Total
1 Wanted  824,925 1,062,219
2 Public Enemy Returns (강철중: 공공의 적 1-1) 2008/06/19 718,870 2,706,353
3 Kung Fu Panda  425,807 3,960,575
4 Crossing (크로싱) 2008/06/26 240,886 325,437
5 The Incredible Hulk  46,337 976,882
6 Sex and the City  28,368 1,050,070
7 Get Smart  16,642 167,958
8 My Mighty Princess (무림여대생) 2008/06/26 14,988 18,619
9 '21'  12,145 102,513
10 Summer Days With Coo (河童のクゥと夏休み)  10,059 18,811
Following Korean movies  
  Mise-en-scènes short film festival (제7회 미장센단편영화제)  3,071 3,117
  Girl Scout (걸스카우트) 2008/06/05 820 242,541
  Indie Anibox : Selma's Protein Coffee (인디애니박스: 셀마의 단백질 커피) 2008/06/20 204 714
  Life is Cool (그녀는 예뻤다) 2008/06/12 88 3,815
  Like Father, Like Son (아버지와 마리와 나) 2008/06/12 58 3,953
  Milky Way Liberation Front (은하해방전선) 2007/11/29 32 4,443
  Tea Time with 인디애니박스 (Indie Anibox)  29 29

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[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

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.03.10 ~ 2017.03.12

Source | 2017/03/12 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Kong: Skull Island"...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.03.03 - 2017.03.05

2017/03/06 | | Permalink

New arrivals "Logan" and "Bluebeard" capture 64% of the sales...

The tenth instalment in the "X-Men" film series, James Mangold's "Logan" (Hugh Jackman), dislodged last weekend's number one, Split, by capturing 632,997 admissions (38.55%). Marvel's latest had its premiere back in February at the Berlin International Film Festival and recently arrived in Korea to 954 screens around the country. Critics have praised the film for its acting and general handling of perhaps the series's most beloved superhero, Wolverine, and it's already surpassed its production costs of $97 million; currently, the film has grossed $104.7 million worldwide...More

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