Which 10 Films Did Koreans Enjoy the Most in 2015 So Far?

2015-07-29 03:40:09 2015-07-29 08:55:41

The Korean Film Commission recently announced the results of the top box office movies in Korea for the first half of 2015. The data is from January 1 to June 30, 2015.

10. The Classified File (Kim Yoon Suk, Yoo Hae Jin)- 2.33 million tickets sold.

9. Big Hero 6 (Animated, Disney)- 2.8 million

8. Twenty (Kim Woo Bin, Kang Ha Neul, Lee Junho)- 3.04 million

7. Fast and Furious 7– 3.25 milion

6. Mad Max: Fury Road– 3.83 million

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5. Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island (Kim Myung Min, Oh Dal Soo, Lee Yeon Hee)- 3.87 million

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4. Jurassic World– 4.75 million

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3. Kingsman: Secret Agent– 6.13 million

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2. Ode to My Father (Hwang Jung Min, Kim Yoo Jin)- 8.91 million

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This movie premiered on December 12, 2014 so that total is 14.35 million.

1. Avengers: Age of Ultron– 10.49 million

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Out of the top 10 films, only four were Korean films- “The Classified File,” “Twenty,” “Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island,” and “Ode to My Father.”

The total number of tickets sold so far in 2015 is 95.07 million for a total of 761.3 billion won (about 658.2 million USD).

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*The previous version mistakenly stated it was Big Hero 9.