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South Korea Box Office - Frozen 2 wins big with one of the highest OW of all time

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Olive, do you know how much Resident Evil has grossed so far in South Korea? I'm really surprised that it hasn't made anything like the last one when every other country in Asia opened higher than the last.

550k admissions, $4.2M.

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I wonder why the movie hasn't done as well in South Korea? I mean, the last one was the biggest film there in 2010, so I don't get it. Thanks for letting me know the gross Olive.

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RE4 1,190,008RE3 534,877RE2 363,273All in admissions.

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Tuesday admissions1. Masquerade 672,073 6,650,793 2. Taken 2 257,006 1,555,3053. Brave 174,921 568,792I think it was holiday.

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The yearly admissions of South Korea is 146.2M to date.373 cinemas, 2348 screens.

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year total gross(billion Korea Won) total admissions(million)2012 1101.3 145.86(as of Oct.1)2011 1235.8 159.722010 1157.3 147.762009 1083.2 155.402008 961.5 147.43So hopefully 2012 total yearly admissions will reach all time high.

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Month Gross admissions2012-01 129,662,713,100 16,592,9782012-02 98,739,526,920 12,986,3002012-03 87,465,500,352 11,394,1902012-04 93,740,774,872 11,996,8052012-05 123,602,710,006 15,971,2812012-06 108,363,809,929 14,212,8822012-07 154,886,160,714 20,969,1192012-08 175,692,242,701 24,246,1512012-09 107,853,976,078 14,598,1672012-10 21,290,931,231 2,896,316

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year total gross(billion Korea Won) total admissions(million)2012 1101.3 145.86(as of Oct.1)2011 1235.8 159.722010 1157.3 147.762009 1083.2 155.402008 961.5 147.43So hopefully 2012 total yearly admissions will reach all time high.

I do not know if the number of South Korean admissions are very high or the number of Spanish admissions are very low, but the fact is that South Korea sells about 65-70% more admissions than Spain, having both a very similar population and a similar GDP per capita and Korean people probably have more expensive tickets than us. Interesting. Edited by peludo

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year total gross(billion Korea Won) total admissions(million)2012 1101.3 145.86(as of Oct.1)2011 1235.8 159.722010 1157.3 147.762009 1083.2 155.402008 961.5 147.43So hopefully 2012 total yearly admissions will reach all time high.

With three months to go, how would it not break the record?Where did you get the information from? Edited by lab276

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I do not know if the number of South Korean admissions are very high or the number of Spanish admissions are very low, but the fact is that South Korea sells about 65-70% more admissions than Spain, having both a very similar population and a similar GDP per capita and you probably have more expensive tickets than us. Interesting.

Just to remind, Olive is Chinese, not Korean.

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I do not know if the number of South Korean admissions are very high or the number of Spanish admissions are very low, but the fact is that South Korea sells about 65-70% more admissions than Spain, having both a very similar population and a similar GDP per capita and you probably have more expensive tickets than us. Interesting.

Yes, ticket price is the reason.

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And in Korea, the ticket is not expensive at all !

yeah, just like Hong Kong, maybe the cheapest for a developed markets.

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I do not know if the number of South Korean admissions are very high or the number of Spanish admissions are very low, but the fact is that South Korea sells about 65-70% more admissions than Spain, having both a very similar population and a similar GDP per capita and you probably have more expensive tickets than us. Interesting.

Even Australia is likely to sell more tickets this year compared to Spain and we have half the population. Mind you, our economy is doing so much better, so it's not inexplicable.

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Just to remind, Olive is Chinese, not Korean.

My mistake. Edit

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Average ticket price in SK is a little bit more than $7.0.

So, the same than Spain. I did not remember that in between 2001 and 2004, with favorable economical situation, Spain sold between 137 and 147 million admissions. Closed case.

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So, the same than Spain. I did not remember that in between 2001 and 2004, with favorable economical situation, Spain sold between 137 and 147 million admissions. Closed case.

And 1965 in the "Golden" days of the Gaudillio 420m adm.

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