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Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2013.07.26 ~ 2013.07.28

2013/07/28 | 559 views | Permalink | Source

The number one movie this week is "Red 2"

Korean Box Office - Admissions for the Weekend 2013.07.26 - 2013.07.28 (www.kobis.or.kr)

# Films Release date Week-end Total
1 "Red 2"  2013/07/18 666 048 2 186 602
2 "The Wolverine"  2013/07/25 581 134 777 986
3 "Turbo"  2013/07/25 403 984 540 439
4 "Cold Eyes" (감시자들) 2013/07/03 343 425 5 202 457
5 "Mr. Go" (미스터 고) 2013/07/17 212 150 1 131 057
6 "Pacific Rim"  2013/07/11 126 340 2 458 129
7 "The Terror Live" (더 테러 라이브) 2013/08/01 122 762 126 649
8 "Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum" ( ドラえもん のび太のひみつ道具博物館)   45 606 55 983
9 "World War Z"  2013/06/20 33 083 5 218 833
10 "A Late Quartet"  2013/07/25 8 497 10 303
Korean movies only  
  "Killer Toon" (더 웹툰: 예고 살인) 2013/06/27 6 294 1 193 768
  "Secretly and Greatly" (은밀하게 위대하게) 2013/06/05 958 6 954 805
  "On the Road" (길위에서) 2013/05/23 837 37 339
  "Pluto" (명왕성) 2013/07/11 673 15 850
  "Snowpiercer" (설국열차) 2013/08/01 421 7 866
  "A Seashore Village" (1978, 갯마을) - Re-release   416 600
  "The Ring of Life" (링) 2013/07/25 410 800
  "48m" (48미터) 2013/07/04 395 12 575
  "Holly" (홀리) 2013/06/20 380 1 499
  "We Were There" (우리는 그곳에 있었다) 2013/07/18 157 1 202

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