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Korean movie 'Heaven's Soldiers' breaches the audience 1 million people

2005/07/26 | 171 views | Permalink | Source

Korean movie 'Heaven's Soldiers' starring Park Joong-hoon, Kim Seung-woo, Hwang Jung-min, and Gong Hyo-jin breached the audience 1 million people 12 days after its release in the nation.

The movie, which is being screened in 250 movie theaters in the nation, mobilized a total of 1,088,189 people till July 25 since its release on late July 14, according to Sidus Pictures, the film's production firm.

Movie experts say that this movie's 1 million breakthrough sets off in that 'Heaven's Soldiers' accomplishd this amid fierce competition with Hollywood Blockbusters such as 'The Island' and 'War of the Worlds'.

The plot of "Heaven's Soldiers" revolves around a group of South and North Korean soldiers who make an unexpected trip through time to the past, while their countries are in feud with the United States over their joint development of a nuclear warhead.

The release of the film was timely, as it came when the world's attention is turned to the Korean Peninsula after the communist state declared it would return to the nuclear disarmament talks, ending a yearlong boycott.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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