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2017/02/27 | | Permalink
M. Night Shyamalan's Split breaks local films' reign...
For the first time this year since "Your Name", a foreign film has stepped up and claimed pole position in Korea's box office. Local delights have been dominating since mid-January ("Confidential Assignment", "The King", and "Fabricated City"), but M. Night Shyamalan's new film, Split (starring James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy and Betty Buckley), arrived last Wednesday and came out on top during its first weekend out...More
The number one movie this week is Split...More
2017/02/20 | | Permalink
Kim Tae-yoon's third film, "New Trial" (starring Jung Woo, Kang Ha-neul, Lee Dong-hwi and Kim Hae-sook), was released on Wednesday and came out on top during its first weekend out. "New Trial" tells the story of a lawyer's lonely struggle to defend the rights of a young boy who was wrongfully imprisoned seventeen years ago for murder. From 935 screens around the country, Kim's latest captured 34% of the box office pie (754,666 admissions) to claim pole position from Park Kwang-hyeon's "Fabricated City"...More
2017/02/13 | | Permalink
After three weeks as Korea's number, Kim Seong-hoon-III's action film "Confidential Assignment" was supplanted at the top of the chart by a new local entry over the second weekend of February; Kim's sophomore feature added 543,401 admissions (22.9%) during its fourth week out, moving its total tally now to 7.2 million ($51.6 million), but it was not enough for country's highest-grossing film of the year to secure a fourth-straight weekend at the top of the pile...More
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