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'The Host' Smashes Box Office Record

2006/09/03 | 70 views | Permalink | Source

The blockbuster film "The Host" is the country's new all-time box office champion, as it broke 12.3 million in the number of tickets sold Saturday.

The movie's distributor said Sunday that on the 38th day of its release, the monster hit surpassed "The King and the Clown" as the all-time box office leader.

The film's box-office performance should rise to more than 14 million before the Chuseok holidays that begin October 5th, as 280 theaters are still showing the movie.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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