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Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2013.09.13 ~ 2013.09.15

2013/09/15 | 632 views | Permalink | Source

The number one movie this week is "The Face Reader" (관상)

Korean Box Office - Admissions for the Weekend 2013.09.13 - 2013.09.15 (www.kobis.or.kr)

# Films Release date Week-end Total
1 "The Face Reader" (관상) 2013/09/11 1 891 969 2 599 385
2 "The Spy" (스파이) 2013/09/05 377 861 1 655 439
3 "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones"   176 364 211 519
4 "Monsters University"   175 272 197 874
5 "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters"   158 637 173 223
6 "Despicable Me 2"   149 014 320 609
7 "Now You See Me"   23 408 2 687 147
8 "Hide and Seek" (숨바꼭질) 2013/08/14 18 679 5 581 856
9 "Snowpiercer" (설국열차) 2013/08/01 15 916 9 271 364
10 "Our Sunhi" (우리 선희) 2013/09/12 10 102 13 125
Korean movies only  
  "Project Cheonan Ship" (천안함 프로젝트) 2013/09/05 4 587 12 957
  "Moebius" (뫼비우스) 2013/09/05 1 836 32 135
  "The Flu" (감기) 2013/08/14 751 3 117 822
  "On the Road" (길위에서) 2013/05/23 245 49 643
  "Love in 42.9" (낭만파 남편의 편지) 2013/09/12 209 567
  "Seong Chun-Hyang" (1961, 성춘향) - Re-release   169 3 669
  "The Big Picture" (그리고 싶은 것) 2013/08/15 139 4 765
  "The Terror Live" (더 테러 라이브) 2013/08/01 129 5 578 961
  "Over and Over Again" (개똥이) 2013/09/05 106 586
  "Jeonju Digital Project 2011: Memories of a Morning" (디지털 삼인삼색 2011: 어느 아침의)   76 76

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