South Korean film "Miracle in Cell No.7" has been viewed by over ten million people in just over a month since it opened in theaters.
The movie's distributor said it received ten-million-30-thousand viewers as of Saturday evening.
The movie is now the eighth Korean movie to have attracted such a large audience and the first comedy movie to do so.
The movie, which cost 3.5 billion won to make, has already gained 10 times its production fees, posting a record for the highest profit yield compared to production cost.
"Miracle in Cell No.7" tells the story of love and parting between a family with a mentally-challenged father and his seven-year-old daughter as the main protagonists. Reported by KBS WORLD Radio Contact the KBS News: email@example.com
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