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"The Priests" on the verge of 2.5 million

2015/11/12 | 503 views | Permalink | Source

"The Priests" is at the top of the Box Office with an audience number of 2.2 million.

According to the Korean Film Council, "The Priests" recorded an accumulated number of 2,411,734 audiences on the 12th.

"The Priests" is about two priests who fight against a mysterious case to save a girl in danger. The subject of the movie has never been tried before in Korea and the cast of Kim Yun-seok and Gang Dong-won also play a big role in the success of the movie.

The movie set a record of setting a record within a week of its release. 190,000 thousand people watched it on the first day, 270,000 people on the second day and 1.13 million people on the two weekend days.

Even on the 12th, which was the 2016 Scholastic Aptitude Tests, the movie rounded up 220,000 people.

Meanwhile, "007 Spectre" comes in second place with 356,535, "The Martian" in third place with 4,784,599, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" in fourth place with 264,412 and "Fatal Intuition" in fifth place with 999,915.

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