Korea Box Office: ‘Northern Limit Line’ Reclaims Top Spot, ‘Inside Out’ Opens Strongly

Courtesy of Disney•Pixar

Local naval battle drama “Northern Limit Line” reclaimed top position in the Korean box office from “Terminator Genisys.” The NEW release earned $5.91 million from 872,700 admissions between Friday and Sunday, with a modest week-on-week decline of 14%. Amassing $31.5 million from 4.7 million admissions since its June 24 release, the patriotic battle drama is now the highest-grossing local film of the year.

Inside Out” debuted in second place, earning $5.22 million over four days, a score that was also the best ever for a Pixar film in Korea.

“Terminator” made $4.77 million between Friday and Sunday, with a week-on-week drop of 49%. The Paramount release has amassed $19.3 million after two weekends.

Local horror drama “The Piper” opened fourth, earning $4.05 million between Thursday and Sunday. Starring Ryu Seung-ryong, the directorial debut of Kim Kwang-tae is a Korean interpretation of “The Pied Piper of Hamelin.”

UPI’s horror title “Insidious: Chapter 3” debuted in sixth and earned $1.62 million between Thursday and Sunday. “Insidious: Chapter 2” made $1.72 million in its 2013 opening.

Holdover “The Classified File” now stands on a total of $19.5 million after four weekends. Courtroom drama “Minority Opinion” has amassed $2.49 million after three weekends.

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  1. Inside Out was a good movie, but one of Pixar’s weakest.

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