[VOD & News] “Very Ordinary Couple” Scoops Up 1st Trophy on Weekend Box Office.
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Korean romance “Very Ordinary Couple” has stood atop the weekend box office amid the slow box office action of last weekend.
The newly-released pic was chosen by the highest number of Korean moviegoers of 538,875 during the weekend of March 22 and 24, Korean Box Office Information System [KOBIS] showed Monday.
Starring Lee Min-ki and Kim Min-hee, the 112-minute post-love story is getting good responses from viewers with its realistic portrayal of love and break up of a couple who have been together for three years.
Korean drama film “My Paparotti,” which is Lee Je-hoon’s last film before enlisting in the army, continued at its second position after posting 329,615 admissions last weekend.
While the Hollywood zombie comedy “Warm Bodies” slipped down to No. 3 from the last week’s top spot with 262,127 admissions, the Korean hit film noir “New World” ranked at the fourth place after grabbing 202,708 cinemagoers.
The American western “Django Unchained” made its debut at the No. 5 position after drawing in 119,743 action lovers in its opening weekend.
Other movies which entertained Korean moviegoers last weekend were the Korean hit drama “Miracle in Cell No. 7,” the British costume drama “Anna Karenina,” the Japanese animation “One Piece Film Z,” the Peruvian animation “The Dolphin” and the U.S. historic drama “Lincoln.”