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Top 10 Box Office Hits Create $30 Million in Value-Added

2006/05/02 | 282 views | Permalink | Source

The top 10 Korean movies, at the box office last year, were estimated to have yielded an average of 30 million U.S. dollars in sales per film.
Korea Ratings, a credit rating agency, said the top 10 Korean films made an average of 23 million dollars in ticket sales, and $7 million in copyright sales.
Topping the list was the movie "Welcome to Dongmakgol", that attracted 8 million movie goers last year, raking in 45.3 million dollars in ticket sales, and 13-and-a-half million dollars in copyright sales.
"Marrying the Mafia II" and "Marathon" followed in order, rounding up the top 3 movies in terms of sales.

- Reporter, patrick

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