NOTES ON ENTERTAINMENT, CULTURE AND MORE FROM KOREA (OR WHEREVER)

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Korea Weekend Box Office - April 10-12

SHADOW KILL (Geurimja Salin) stayed on top of the box office for another week, now topping 1.1 million admissions. The historical thriller took in 2.5 billion won ($1.85 million) to bring its total to 7.5 billion won ($5.55 million).

In second, once again, was FAST & FURIOUS. New title URI JIPE WOE WOTTNI landed in third (that is the film left blank in the KOFIC chart below).

In fifth was the debut of the Japanese title SUSPECT X. NEW IN TOWN and THE UNINVITED were the other new titles this week, none of which made much of an impact.

1 comment:

brian said...

Koreans love vin diesel? Maybe it was the cars.