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First day for 4 movies, Hwang Jung-min and Eom Jeong-hwa laugh first

2012/01/18 | 669 views | Permalink | Source

Among the four movies that were released with the New Year weekend coming up, Hwang Jung-min and Eom Jeong-hwa were the ones to laugh first.

According to the Korean Films Commission on the 19th, "Dancing Queen" with Hwang Jung-min and Eom Jeong-hwa rose to the second place of the box office with 45,779 (accumulated number of 60,112) audiences in 402 cinemas.

"Unbowed" with Ahn Sung-ki going head to head with the judiciary as a stubborn professor, ranked 3rd place with 20,204 audiences (accumulated number of 48,388) in 245 cinemas.

"Pacemaker" with Kim Myung-min ranked 5th in the box office with 22,364 (accumulated number of 40,607) and Uhm Tae-woong and Jung Ryeo-won's "Never Ending Story" ranked 9th with 11,080 (accumulated number of 18,700) audiences.

Meanwhile, "Puss In Boots", "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol", "We Bought the Zoo" and other foreign movies also ranked top.

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