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Kim Ha-neul and Han Ye-seul below expectations, Son Ye-jin?

2011/11/14 Source

It seems the romantic comedies in November have a lot of keeping up to do.

Especially, "You Pet" and "Penny Pinchers" with the casting of top stars, which are currently in 4th and 5th box office ranking behind "Punch", "Immortals" and "Real Steel".

According to the Korean Films Association on the 15th, "You Pet" on the 14th brought in 18,166 viewers while the accumulated numbers goes up to 276,108. "Penny Pinchers" recorded 13,774 nationally with an accumulated number of 216,072.

While they aren't that much far away from top ranking movie "Punch" (52,630) therefore, not a bad score, many are saying that they aren't living up to the expectations.

There was once great interest in the results of these movies as 'romance queen' Kim Ha-neul is in "You Pet" and top star Han Ye-seul in "Penny Pinchers".

Son Ye-jin is the last one left. She will be coming back in December with horror romantic comedy "Spellbound" with Lee Min-ki.

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