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Final Korean Box Office for the Week-end 2011.12.02 ~ 2011.12.04

2011/12/06 | 1137 views | Permalink | Source

The number one movie this week is "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"

Final Korean Box Office - Admissions for the Week-end 2011.12.02 - 2011.12.04 (www.kobis.or.kr)

# Films Release date Week-end Total
1 "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"   482,401 775,533
2 "Spellbound" (오싹한 연애) 2011/12/01 420,847 487,902
3 "SIU" (특수본) 2011/11/24 201,289 839,003
4 "Punch" (완득이) 2011/10/20 150,725 5,046,792
5 "Arthur Christmas"   144,567 367,267
6 "Real Steel"   58,945 3,521,387
7 "Moneyball"   39,264 602,455
8 "Immortals"   27,951 1,322,363
9 "'50/50'"   17,663 100,940
10 "You Pet" (너는 펫) 2011/11/10 4,234 541,356
Korean movies only  
  "Petty Romance" (쩨쩨한 로맨스) 2010/12/01 1,560 422,686
  "The Houseguest and My Mother - 1961" (1961, 사랑방 손님과 어머니) - Re-release   1,543 1,985
  "Perfect Partner" (완벽한 파트너) 2011/11/17 1,162 89,371
  "Dancing Cat" (고양이 춤) 2011/11/17 1,012 9,987
  "King of Pigs" (돼지의 왕) 2011/11/03 774 17,526
  "The Forgotten Bag" (잊혀진 가방) 2011/11/17 700 3,544
  "White Jungle" (하얀 정글) 2011/12/01 687 1,064
  "●REC" (알이씨REC) 2011/11/24 493 1,629
  "Secrets, Objects" (사물의 비밀) 2011/11/17 311 8,191
  "Lovable" (다슬이) 2011/11/24 309 1,819

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