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Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2020.05.15 ~ 2020.02.17

2020/05/17 Source

The number one movie this week is "Escape from Pretoria"

Korean Box Office - Admissions for the Weekend 2020.05.15 - 2020.02.17 (www.kobis.or.kr)

# Films Release date Week-end Total
1 "Escape from Pretoria"   32 839 67 817
2 "The Platform"   22 515 29 771
3 "The Call of the Wild"   17 062 19 873
4 "A Rainy Day in New York"   13 141 73 957
5 "Trolls World Tour"   9 998 135 739
6 "Tomboy"   9 198 14 535
7 "Farewell My Concubine" (霸王別姬)   8 219 74 466
8 "Beyond That Mountain" (저 산 너머) 2020/04/30 7 578 93 837
9 "Les Misérables: The Staged Concert"   4 912 7 870
10 "Sea Fever"   4 353 7 124
Korean movies only  
  "Hotel Lake" (호텔 레이크) 2020/04/29 2 862 67 972
  "Ditto" (동감) 2020/05/14 1 774 4 741
  "Pinkfong Cinema Concert: Space Adventure" (핑크퐁 시네마 콘서트 : 우주대탐험) 2020/01/30 1 653 17 566
  "Our Cat" (고양이 집사) 2020/05/14 862 1 503
  "King of Prison" (범털) 2020/05/14 763 963
  "Unalterable: The Untold Story - Director's Cut" (얼굴없는 보스 : 못다한 이야기 감독판) 2020/05/13 543 893
  "Mr. Zoo: The Missing VIP" (미스터 주: 사라진 VIP) 2020/01/22 536 604 143
  "Bori" (나는보리) 2020/05/21 515 1 171
  "The Boy From Nowhere" (파도를 걷는 소년) 2020/05/14 230 470
  "Lucky Chan-sil" (찬실이는 복도 많지) 2020/03/05 198 25 941

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