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"Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" breaks through 6 million audience during Chuseok

2011/09/13 | 1238 views | Permalink | Source

"Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" by Park Hae-il, Ryu Seung-ryong and Moon Chae-won continued its dominance during the Chuseok holiday and broke through 6 million admissions.

According to the Korean Film Commission, "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" was released on August 10th and has so far recorded 6,172,643 audiences.

From the 10th to the 13th, "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" came in second, behind "Marrying the Mafia IV - Family Ordeal" (1,188,673).

Despite the fact that "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" was released a month ago, aiming for the summer audience, it suddenly caught wind and showed its might during Chuseok. It suurpassed "Pained" (~260,000) and "Champ" (~240,000) by at least twice their numbers.

Only "Sunny - 2010" and "Transformers 3" has outperformed "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon", and exactly when its long run will end is anticipated by many.

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