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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2010.01.22 ~ 2010.01.24
Total
1 Avatar  640,327 10,292,937
2 Attack the Gas Station 2 (주유소 습격사건 2) 2010/01/21 308,682 380,934
3 JEON WOO CHI : The Taoist Wizard (전우치) 2009/12/23 301,608 5,558,440
4 No Mercy (용서는 없다) 2010/01/07 126,083 979,210
5 Astro Boy  81,683 326,980
6 Paranormal Activity  78,562 350,680
7 (500) Days of Summer  66,741 81,245
8 Bodyguards and Assassins (十月圍城)  65,458 83,151
9 The Princess and the Frog  51,255 58,660
10 Sherlock Holmes  33,894 2,164,921
Following Korean movies  
  Wedding Dress (웨딩드레스) 2010/01/14 23,630 132,184
  Lady Daddy (아빠가 여자를 좋아해) 2010/01/14 18,535 170,161
  Jumunjin (주문진) 2010/01/21 12,480 21,927
  Le Grand Chef - Kimchi War (식객: 김치전쟁) 2010/01/28 3,765 4,377
  Mac Korea (맥코리아) 2012/10/18 3,216 3,216
  The Fair Love (페어 러브) 2010/01/14 3,105 23,384
  Restoration (회복) 2010/01/14 2,183 6,151
  Harmony (하모니) 2010/01/28 414 3,056
  Wish Director's Cut (바람 감독판)  274 2,513
  Nice Shorts (사사건건) 2010/01/21 222 498

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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.01.20 ~ 2017.01.22

2017/01/23 | | Permalink

Local films "The King" and "Confidential Assignment" capture 70% of the sales...

Han Jae-rim's new film, "The King" (starring Jo In-Seong, Jeong Woo-seong and Bae Seong-woo), and Kim Jeong-hoon-III's sophomore feature, "Confidential Assignment" (with Hyeon Bin and Yoo Hae-jin), entered the chart and secured a one-two finish for the home team...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.01.20 ~ 2017.01.22

Source | 2017/01/22 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "The King" (더 킹)...More

[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

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