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2014/10/27 | | Permalink
Gold for "Gone Girl"…
David Fincher's latest thriller "Gone Girl" hit Korea shores late last week and topped Korea's box office with 426K admissions. The film, which stars Batman-to-be Ben Affleck, captured 29% of the box office pie from 653 screenings, and in the process dislodged Lee Myeong-se and Lim Chan-sang's "My Love, My Bride - 2014" as the country's current film of choice...More
Ben Affleck's thriller "Gone Girl" topped the local box office over the weekend, according to the Korean Film Council yesterday.
The film, which already received praise from international critics, is a movie adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel of the same title...More
The number one movie this week is "Gone Girl"...More
For two weeks in a row, "My Love, My Bride - 2014", a rom-com remake by Lim Chan-sang, topped the local box office, according to the Korean Film Council yesterday.
The movie garnered 396,163 viewers to bring its two-week total to 1,441,896. It has made 11.3 billion won ($10.7 million) so far. Its realistic depiction of marriage and the troubles that come with it has sparked empathy with the characters from modern-day audiences...More
2014/10/20 | | Permalink
"My Love, My Bride" enjoys another weekend at the top...
Lee Myeong-se and Lim Chang-sang's remake "My Love, My Bride – 2014" retained pole position over the weekend and in the process moved its total tally onto 1.4M admissions ($10.6M). Last week a number of Korean features scored a top ten finish, but of those new entries only "My Love, My Bride – 2014", "Whistle Blower", and "Slow Video" remained competitive in the chart, while Shin Jae-young's "Manhole" and Lim Pil-seong's "Scarlet Innocence" fell promptly out of favour...More
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