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Korean Box Office

Box Office - admissions (www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr)
Week-end
# Movies   Week-end
2017.11.10 ~ 2017.11.12
Total
1 THOR: RAGNAROK  465 390 4 282 633
2 Happy Death Day  412 107 506 437
3 The Bros (부라더) 2017/11/02 306 790 1 281 946
4 The Outlaws (범죄도시) 2017/10/03 173 899 6 677 189
5 A Special Lady (미옥) 2017/11/09 139 462 192 756
6 Heart Blackened (침묵) 2017/11/02 60 995 468 876
7 The Preparation (채비) 2017/11/09 56 318 74 772
8 Loving Vincent  40 346 50 592
9 Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger Returns: Give Me Your Life! Earth Champion Tournament (帰ってきた動物戦隊ジュウオウジャー お命頂戴!地球王者決定戦)  36 279 40 651
10 Let Me Eat Your Pancreas (君の膵臓をたべたい)  35 251 411 139
Following Korean movies  
  Beautiful Tomorrow (뷰티풀 투모로우) 2017/10/26 8 443 55 354
  Method (메소드) 2017/11/02 3 399 22 599
  The Classic (클래식) 2003/01/30 1 813 5 967
  The Swindlers (꾼) 2017/11/22 1 564 2 951
  The Fortress (남한산성) 2017/10/03 1 541 3 844 373
  The Love That's Left (내게 남은 사랑을) 2017/11/02 1 532 18 030
  Forgotten (기억의 밤) 2017/11/29 900 900
  The King (더 킹) 2017/01/18 894 5 317 151
  Beauty Inside (뷰티 인사이드) 2015/08/20 888 2 057 273
  Bungee Jumping of their Own (번지점프를 하다) 2001/02/03 874 3 432

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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.10.06 - 2017.10.08

2017/10/09 | | Permalink

"The Fortress" narrowly outplays "The Outlaws" over Chuseok...

Director Hwang Dong-hyuk's Joseon-era drama "The Fortress" (based on Kim Hoon's novel) narrowly came out ahead of Kang Yoon-Sung's crime thriller "The Outlaws" during Korea's biggest national holiday, Chuseok. Both films were released on Oct. 3 and pooled from 1,226 and 1,314 screens respectively, and together they captured 60.74% of the sales...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.10.06 ~ 2017.10.08

Source | 2017/10/08 | | Permalink

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.10.06 ~ 2017.10.08

The number one movie this week is "The Fortress" (남한산성)...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.09.29 - 2017.10.01

2017/10/02 | | Permalink

"Kingsman" sequel and local drama "I Can Speak" rule ahead of Chuseok...

Despite earning just 50,000 admissions less than its chart-topping take last weekend, Kim Hyun-seok's comedy-drama "I Can Speak" was swiftly overtaken by the foreign spy comedy "Kingsman: The Golden Circle". From a hefty 1,677 screens nationwide, Matthew Vaughn's sequel to the popular 2014 original - which he also directed and that grossed $414.4 million worldwide - has raced to 2.3 million admissions ($16.4 million), 1.5 million (64.48%) of which came from its first weekend out...More

Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2017.09.29 ~ 2017.10.01

Source | 2017/10/01 | | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Kingsman: The Golden Circle"...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.09.22 - 2017.09.24

2017/09/25 | | Permalink

Local drama "I Can Speak" denies "Memoir of a Murderer" a third straight weekend at the top...

"I Can Speak", director Kim Hyun-seok's sixth film ("When Romance Meets Destiny", "Cyrano Agency", "C'est Si Bon"), arrived to 1,140 screens in Korea last Thursday and came out on top ahead of last weekend's number one, "Memoir of a Murderer". In "I Can Speak", Nah Moon-hee plays Na Ok-boon, a hot-blooded female detective who forms an unlikely bond with a younger operative (Lee Je-hoon as Park Min-jae) who teaches her English. Kim's latest, his first feature film without a screenwriting credit, opened strong by claiming 604,139 admissions (45.98%) ahead of Korea's biggest national holiday, Chuseok...More

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