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"Luck.Key" breaks through 4 million, Yoo Hae-jin holding Kimbab

2016/10/23 | 762 views | Permalink | Source

The movie "Luck.Key" broke through 4 million audiences on its 11th day of release.

According to the Korean Film Council, "Luck.Key" set a record of 4,004,794 on the 23rd at 12.30PM. This is a day earlier than the movie "Miracle in Cell No.7" which is in 6th place of the Box Office.

"Luck.Key" has been NO.1 since its release and is being called the greatest comedy of 2016.

Yoo Hae-jin expressed his happiness and appreciation. He is holding up a tray of Kimbab in the photo above.

"Luck.Key" set a record of 600,000 audiences on just its second Saturday. This record says a lot in Chungmuro. It's the first comedy to bring life ever since the movie "Miss Granny".

In addition, if "The Wailing" was the most successful movie so far, "Luck.Key" is responsible for the later half of the year.

Meanwhile, "Luck.Key" is a comedy about a killer and a nameless actor switching lives because of a key.

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