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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2008.09.19 ~ 2008.09.21
Total
1 The Divine Weapon (신기전) 2008/09/04 425,298 2,957,483
2 Mamma Mia!  413,223 2,647,418
3 Rough Cut (영화는 영화다) 2008/09/11 235,856 879,687
4 Our School E.T (울학교 이티) 2008/09/11 120,357 577,674
5 Mirrors  109,247 129,039
6 The Children of Huang Shi,  71,137 92,402
7 Loner (외톨이) 2008/09/18 45,710 54,486
8 Un Jour sur Terre (Earth)  21,612 192,338
9 Boys Over Flowers (花より男子)  17,114 132,654
10 Bangkok Dangerous  16,934 191,055
Following Korean movies  
  Lineage Of The Voice (소리 아이) 2008/09/18 1,132 1,407
  Two-eyed Ireland (두 개의 눈을 가진 아일랜드)  344 423
  Action Boys (우린 액션배우다) 2008/08/28 189 8,574
  Giga Tribe (기가 트라이브)  117 228
  Gagman (개그맨, 1988)  111 111
  First Love (첫사랑, 1993)  86 104

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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.01.13 ~ 2017.01.15

2017/01/16 | | Permalink

Japan's highest-grossing anime retains pole position...

Makoto Shinkai's romantic fantasy "Your Name" is now the highest-grossing Japanese anime in history having recently overtaken Hayao Miyazaki's classic, "Spirited Away" (2001). Shinkai's critical acclaimed masterpiece entered the Korean market January 4 and became the first Japanese anime to enter in pole position in over a decade. During its second weekend out, "Your Name" added another 739,079 admissions (30%) and moved its total tally in Korea now to 2.4 million ($17.2 million). Worldwide, "Your Name" has grossed $290 million, enough to overtake "Spirited Away"'s $289 million...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.01.13 ~ 2017.01.15

Source | 2017/01/15 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Your Name (君の名は。)"...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.01.06 ~ 2017.01.08

2017/01/09 | | Permalink

Japanese anime "Your Name" enters in pole position...

For the first time in over a decade, a Japanese anime has entered at the top of the South Korean box office. Makoto Shinkai's fantasy romance anime "Your Name" (based on Shinkai's own novel of the same name) officially opened on Wednesday after becoming the second-highest grossing anime film in Japan late last year where it banked over $288 million (Hayao Miyazaki's "Spirited Away", the highest-grossing anime, sits on $289 million). From 944 screens, "Your Name" captured 31.3% of the sales (832,040 admissions) to dislodge last weekend's number one, Jo Eui-seok's crime flick "Master"...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.01.06 ~ 2017.01.08

Source | 2017/01/08 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Your Name. (君の名は。)"...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2016.12.30 ~ 2017.01.01

2017/01/02 | | Permalink

"Master" marches into 2017 over "Rouge One"...

After an impressive opening over Christmas weekend, Jo Eui-seok's crime thriller "Master" (starring Lee Byung-hun, Gang Dong-won and Kim Woo-bin) – Jo's fourth film after "Cold Eyes", "The World of Silence" and "Make It Big" – remained atop the chart by attracting 1.3 million admissions (44%). Despite a small cut in screens, which dipped from 1,501 to 1,261, and the arrival of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", "Master" managed to carry its success forward into 2017 and move its total tally now to 5.4 million ($36.5 million)...More

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