Tired of the daily life, Park Yong-woo decides to take a trip to a 'forest'. He heads for Yakusima, an island located on the North of Gagosima, Japan. It's registered as one of the world's n... More
[HanCinema's Film Review] Korean Weekend Box Office 2012.05.04 ~ 2012.05.06 2012/05/06, HanCinema's Korean Box Office Review(2012.05.04 ~ 2012.05.06)
Marvel's "The Avengers" was just released in the U.S and broke the U.S opening weekend admissions record in the process. Here in Korea the film continued to dominate proceedings with 1,430,613 admissions, placing it now as the third highest grossing film on the 2012 Korean box office with 4,001,878 total admissions. Marvel's superhero flick snatched 53.50% of the ticket sales and left the fighting for the scraps,...More
[HanCinema's Film Review] Korean Weekend Box Office 2012.04.27 ~ 2012.04.29 2012/04/29, HanCinema's Korean Box Office Review(2012.04.27 ~ 2012.04.29)
There was never any doubt that Marvel's long awaited comic book film "The Avengers" was going to cause a huge stir at the Korean box office. This Hollywood blockbuster arrogantly snatched 64.30% of the ticket sales this past weekend, that's a whopping 1,342,584 admissions! It left Jeong Ji-woo's "A Muse" with just 15.90% and 389,803 admissions in its opening weekend, it's a decent start for this melodramatic romance, but it paled in comparison to the might of Marvel's gargantuan superhero flick,...More
Tired of the daily life, Park Yong-woo decides to take a trip to a 'forest'. He heads for Yakusima, an island located on the North of Gagosima, Japan. It's registered as one of the world's natural inheritances and it is also where director Hayao Miyazaki's animation "Princess Mononoke" takes place. A young lady called Rina Takagi comes along with him to this ten days trip. The two pass through lakes and forests, opening up slowly towards each other. They decide to meet 'Jomonsgi', a Japanese cedar tree aged 7200 years...who is this mysterious old man worth 7200 years?
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