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Kim Min-hee and Lee Min-ki's movie "Very Ordinary Couple" is currently at the top in advanced sales.
According to the Korean Films Commission, "Very Ordinary Couple" rated 30.3% in advanced sales and beat "Paparoti", "Jango", "The New World", "Warm Bodies" and other competitions.
While "Paparoti" has been in the top Box Office, the movie industry wonders if Korean movies will take over the top rankings again this time. "Very Ordinary Couple" was also adult rated without any particularly disturbing scenes. A spokesperson for the Korean Films Commission said, "In the lines of the cast there are cuss words and slangs as well as lascivious, smoking and drinking scenes which might suggest different ideas to teenagers".
"Very Ordinary Couple" is about bankers Dong-hee (Lee Min-ki) and Young (Kim Min-hee) who are 3 years into a secret relationship
Korean movies opening today 2012/12/06 in Korea "My P.S Partner", "Role Play", "Paradox Circle", and "Ari Ari the Korean Cinema"
"My P.S Partner" (2012)
Directed by Byun Sung-Hyun
With Ji Seong, Kim Ah-joong, Shin So-yul, Kang Kyeong-joon, Kim Seong-oh, Jeong Soo-yeong,...
I'm an impatient girlfriend who wants to marry a man then I mistakingly call a stranger. I'ts an exciting, disastrous, sulky episode pleasantly described as a eye popping, exhilarating Rated R romance.
"Role Play" (2012)
Directed by Baek Sang-yeol
With Lee Dong-gyoo, Kim Jin-seon, Han Ha-yoo,
Daniel Dae Kim
Star of the hit TV series "Lost" on ABC, Daniel Dae Kim visited Korea as a cultural ambassador for the U.S. Pavilion at the Yeosu Expo. Even though he claims to speak Korean poorly, Kim greeted his fans with a fluent accent, unlike the character he portrayed in the TV series that ran from 2004 to 2010.Kim was born in the southern port city of Busan and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of two. He debuted in Hollywood playing a bit part in the 1991 movie "American Shaolin" and went on to play minor roles in other movies and TV dramas. He got his big break playing the husband of Korean actress Kim Yun-jin in "Lost" for six seasons. He is now playing one of the main characters in the remake of the hit 1960s and 70s TV show "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS. Kim recalled that he was able to perform on the global stage for the first time in his 20-year acting career due to "Lost"
The Korean film industry is enjoying a boom this year with the total number of viewers until Tuesday at 41.93 million, up over 10 million from the same period last year. And Korean films attracted more moviegoers than Hollywood blockbusters and other foreign films, accounting for 53.5 percent of the total number. One reason is the popularity of films that appeal to adult audiences. Some 13 Korean films drew over 1 million moviegoers this year, and five of them were rated R. "Nameless Gangster" was the hottest movie in the first half of this year. It won over critics and audiences with its credible yet entertaining plot and vivid characterizations of criminal elements in Korea's most attractive coastal city of Busan. "The Concubine" topped the box office as of Wednesday as it has become the talk of the town with steamy sex scenes