According to the latest movie statistics on January 9th, "Wonderful Radio" attracted 281,296 people over the weekend of January 6-8, placing them at 2nd. The 1st place spot was taken by the Hollywood blockbuster "Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol", starring Tom Cruise, having attracted 477,851 people over the same period.
"Wonderful Radio" is about a former female idol group member who's now a radio DJ for a show called "Wonderful Radio", a show on the verge of being canceled. Lee plays the radio DJ character, Shin Jin-ah, while Lee Jeong-jin plays her producer, Lee Jae-hyuk. The two come to fall in love.
Continuing on the ranks at the box office, Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law's "Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows" was at 3rd place, with 223,500 people having gone to watch it over the weekend. "Perfect Game", starring Jo Seung-woo and Yang Dong-geun, pulled in 133,580 movie-goers putting the film in 4th.
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