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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2010.08.13 ~ 2010.08.15
Total
1 The Man From Nowhere (아저씨) 2010/08/04 761,188 2,366,806
2 I Saw the Devil (악마를 보았다) 2010/08/12 519,411 638,882
3 Inception  435,432 4,819,359
4 Toy Story 3  290,507 1,027,818
5 Salt  240,498 2,681,918
6 Step Up-3D  114,762 490,773
7 Nanny McPhee And The Big Bang  95,096 122,631
8 Ocean World 3D  63,919 81,531
9 The Experiment  36,758 55,180
10 Moss (이끼) 2010/07/14 33,256 3,358,694
Following Korean movies  
  Heart is... 2 (마음이 2) 2010/07/21 21,975 689,246
  Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp (고死 두 번째 이야기 : 교생실습) 2010/07/28 10,748 855,334
  The Forgotten Bag (잊혀진 가방) 2011/11/17 377 2,425
  Mama and Papa (마마 앤드 파파) 2010/05/20 33 3,095
  Indie-AniFest 2010 (인디애니유랑단 2010)  19 40
  Calling 2 : Mogenjok's World Cup (소명 2 : 모겐족의 월드컵) 2010/04/01 12 29,063
  Ha Ha Ha (하하하 - 夏夏夏) 2010/05/06 11 56,554
  71-Into the Fire (포화 속으로) 2010/06/16 10 3,356,085
  The Housemaid - 1960 (하녀) 2010/06/03 5 1,648
  Boto (분홍 돌고래) 2010/07/01 1 204

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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.03.24 - 2017.03.26

2017/03/27 | | Permalink

A flood of new entries fail to subdue "Beauty and the Beast"...

Despite the flood of new entries, foreign and domestic, Disney's musical fantasy "Beauty and the Beast" narrowly retained pole position by capturing 40.98% of the sales. With the million admissions the film scored over the weekend, Bill Condon's remake now moves its total tally in Korea to 3.1 million, or $23.1 million; "Beauty and the Beast" is only 500,000 short of becoming the third highest-grossing film in Korea this year...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.03.24 ~ 2017.03.26

Source | 2017/03/26 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Beauty and the Beast"...More

[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

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