Quite a jump up for SEVEN DAYS this week, pulling in $2.3 million (up from about $1.8 million last weekend). Not often you see a jump like that (although LE GRAND CHEF did the same just two weeks ago). A good sign people are enjoying Kim Yun-jin’s thriller.
GRAND CHEF and LUST, CAUTION both are continuing to do rather well, off a little but not a lot last weekend. Kind of nifty to see LUST CAUTION breaking the 1 million admissions mark.
SAW 4 and GOLDEN AGE both had fairly tepid openings.
Sorry, not a whole lot of commentary to make this week.
|This Week||Title……………………………………..||Release Date||Screens Nationwide||Weekend Attendance||Total Attendance|
|1.||Seven Days (Korean)||11.14||332||327,249||866,193|
|2.||Le Grand Chef (Sikkaek – Korean)||11.01||337||296,588||2,400,304|
|8.||La Vie en Rose||11.21||182||46,482||61,758|
|9.||Maeulgeumgo Yeonsoe Seupgyeoksageon (Korean)||11.14||162||15,920||108,997|
|10.||Going by the Book (Bareuge Salja – Korean)||10.18||100||12,575||2,148,639|
(Source: KOBIS – Figures represent 97% of nationwide box office)