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"Northern Limit Line" comes in first at the box office

2015/06/24 | 633 views | Permalink | Source

"Northern Limit Line" came in first on its first day.

According to the Korean Film Council, "Northern Limit Line" gathered 153,217 audiences and came in first at the box office. The accumulated number is approximately 162,440.

"Northern Limit Line" is about the sea battle that occurred on the 15th of June in 2002 in the seas on Yeonpyeong-do starring Kim Moo-yul, Jin Goo, Lee Hyun-woo, Lee Wan and Lee Chung-ah. The movie is directed by Kim Hak-soon.

However, "Northern Limit Line" can't always be sure. The reviews for "Minority Opinion" are quite outstanding while the reviews for "Northern Limit Line" are mixed. The part about the late President Kim Dae-joong visiting Yokohama, Japan to watch the 2002 Korea VS Brazil World Cup Games, has strong criticism about political intentions.

Will "Northern Limit Line" be able to keep its pace?

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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