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

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.