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"Marrying the Mafia IV - Family Ordeal" and "Arrow, the Ultimate Weapon" is a box office hit

2011/09/07 | 788 views | Permalink | Source

There has been an unexpected change in theaters during the first week of September. The newly released "Marrying the Mafia IV - Family Ordeal" has beaten "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon", which has been the leading movie in theaters.

According to the Korean Film Commission, "Marrying the Mafia IV - Family Ordeal" became a box office hit with 62,018 viewers in a day.

Second place was taken by "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon", which was released last October and drew in 37,731 spectators.

Released in 392 theaters all over the country, "Marrying the Mafia IV - Family Ordeal" surpassed "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" by taking in 30% of tickets sold.

"Pained" was released, aiming for the Chuseok holiday, but recorded only 25,046 audiences and came in third place, while "Champ" held a poor record of 9th place with 9033 audiences.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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