July 3, 2015

Industry report on Korean Cinema (June 2015)

 
We present the monthly industry report on South Korean Cinema.

Overview

This month more than 14 million people attended the South Korean cinemas, resulting in sales over 103 million dollars. Once again Foreign Films came on top with 60 % of the market (8.4 million admissions) gathering $64 million dollars. Korean Films were watched by the 40% of the public (5.6 million admissions) getting more than $40 million dollars.


Taking into account the numbers obtain this month with the ones from 2014 we can see that there is a small decrease in the industry. The total number of admissions decrease 11.03%. Despite this the total admissions for Korean Films had an increase of 26.46%. It also manage to get more market share than in 2014. Foreign Films shown a decrease of 25% and lost market share something rare during this months.


Movie Release
The Classified File - Northern Limit Line - The Silenced

This month the most watched Korean Films were: “The Classified File” (Showbox) directed by Kwak Kyung-taek with 2.330.806 admissions, “Northern Limit Line” (Contents Panda) by Kim Hak-soon with 1.872.691 admissions, and “The Silenced” (Lotte) by Lee Hae-young with 351.211 spectators. As for the Foreign Films they were: “Jurassic World” (US) by Colin Trevorrow with 4.565.918 admissions, “San Andreas” (US) by Brad Peyton with 1.712.147 spectators, y “Ted 2” (US) by Seth MacFarlane with 862.574 admissions.

Most Watched Films

This month the most watched movies were: “Jurassic World” (US) with more than 4.5 million spectators, capturing 34% of the market. In second place we have the Korean thriller “The Classified File” (Showbox) by Kwak Kyung-taek with 2.3 million admissions. Then we find “Northern Limit Line”, a film based on real events occurred in 2002 when the two Koreas had a military crisis. This film directed by Kim Hak-soon got 1.8 admissions. On fourth place we have “San Andreas” (US) by Brad Peyton with 1.7 million admissions. At last we find “Mad Max: Fury Road” (US, Australia) a film that was actually premiere during may but still manage to get viewers.

Top 5 Korean Films (June 2015)

Top 5 Foreign Films (June 2015)


By Sebastián Nadilo

About this report:
This report was made using the information on KoBiz (Korean Film Biz Zone) web page. This special organization is link to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea.

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