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"Dad For Rent" places 5th at the box office on first day

2014/11/20 | 559 views | Permalink | Source

"Dad for Rent" made it to 5th place on the first day of release.

According to the Korean Film Council, "Dad for Rent" collected 13,283 audiences on the 20th which was the day of release. The accumulated number is estimated to be around 20,335.

Based on an original novel, "Dad for Rent" is about a daughter who puts her jobless Dad for Rent online. Starring Kim Sang-kyung, Bang Minah (Girl's Day), Chae Jung-an, Jo Jae-yoon and Choi Da-in, this movie is Kim Deok-soo's first debuting movie.

"Dad for Rent" had to settle for 5th place as Hollywood work "Interstellar" came in first, followed by "Hunger Games: Mockingjay". However, "Dad for Rent" came in 2nd in Korean movies after "Cart".

Meanwhile, "Interstellar" came in 1st place at the box office with 160,126, "Hunger Games: Mockingjay" came in 2nd with 88,155, "Fury" at 3rd with 75,156, and then finally "Cart" with 20,030.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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