The local flavors took the honors this past weekend with the top two films being Korean and claiming close to 70% of the ticket sales. With 1,192,689 admissions, Choo Chang-min's "Masquerade" secured another week as number one, jumping past "The Concubine" as the ninth highest grossing Korean film of the year. Choo's historical drama snatched 60.5% of the moviegoers with the new Korean film "Spy", Woo Min-ho's second feature film, slotting into second with 341,697.
The prolific filmmaker Kim Ki-duk's lasted film "Pieta" stumbled two place to find itself at number five with just 69,518 to its credit. "Pieta" has now collected 505,744 admissions since its release on the sixth. The Japanese animation "The Wolf Children Ame and Yuki" is next with 61 269, holding the same position it did last week despite finding itself 16,000 admissions lighter. On the verge of cracking the million admissions mark is "The Bourne Legacy" at number seven. Last week this latest "Bourne" film held forth with 135,953, but has been swiftly demoted to the less desirable end of the top ten.
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