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"Default" Reclaims First Place

2018/12/09 | 296 views | Permalink | Source

After giving up first place to "Door Lock" upon its release, "Default" reclaimed the throne and is close to 3 million viewers.

According to the Korean Film Commission, "Default" rounded up 501,752 viewers over the weekend and resulted in an accumulation of up to 2,723,799.

The movie was pushed back to second place after "Door Lock" came out on the 5th, but it managed to reclaim the throne on the 8th and reached its breaking point with over 2.6 million viewers.

"Bohemian Rhapsody" broke 7 million with 475,011 this weekend and the accumulation is approximately 7,059,995.

It is the fourteenth most successful foreign movie yet. Besides franchise series, the only movies to have crossed 7 million are "Avatar", "Interstellar", and "Frozen".

"Door Lock" went down to third place. The movie recorded 432,187 over the weekend and accumulated viewership of 827,500.

Source : biz.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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