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"Once upon a Time" ideal to start the Lunar New Year

2008/02/13 | Permalink | Source

Director Jeong Yong-ki's "Once upon a Time" topped the Lunar New Year holiday box office, closely followed by "Forever the Moment" and "Lovers of 6 Years". "The Devil's Game", "Last Present - 2007", and "A Man Who Was Superman" claimed places four to six, respectively. "Radio Dayz" was the seventh Korean film in the top ten at nine.

"Once upon a Time" is a comedy starring Park Yong-woo and Lee Bo-young. "Forever the Moment" - a sports drama with Moon So-ri and Kim Jung-eun, and directed by LIM Soon -rye - continued its strong box office run. The romantic drama "Lovers of 6 Years" features Kim Ha-neul and Yoon Kye-sang, and Park Hyeon-jin directed.

In "The Devil's Game", Yoon In-ho directs Shin Ha-kyun and Byun Hee-bong whose characters switch bodies. Kim Yeong-joon's drama "Last Present - 2007" stars SIN Hyeon-joon and Ha Ji-won. Hwang Jung-min plays the titular character in the drama "A Man Who Was Superman". Jun Ji-hyun also stars and Chung Yoon-chul directed. Ryoo Seung-bum and Kim Sa-rang show their comical talent in director Ha Ki-ho's "Radio Dayz".

Chinese epic battlefield drama Warlords took place seven. Hollywood's Charlie Wilson's War and Happily N'Ever After were found at eight and ten, respectively.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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