Korea Box Office: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Remains on Top in Second Weekend

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” remained on top of the South Korean box office for the second week. The fantasy romance earned $7.81 million from 1.03 million admissions between Friday and Sunday for a total of $23.3 million from 3.1 million admissions after two weekends. Showing on some 1,255 screens nationwide, “Beauty” accounted for 41% of the total weekend box office.

Local crime actioner “Prison” opened in second on Thursday. The Showbox release earned $9.31 million over four days, including previews. “Prison” sees a troubled former police inspector sent to jail and become a crucial player in a crime syndicate.

Far behind were two other Thursday newcomers. “Ordinary Person” landed in third. The Opus Pictures release earned $1.82 million. The Korean drama features a detective who is ordered to fabricate evidence about a serial murder case. Fox’s “Hidden Figures” opened in fourth place, earning $1.03 million in four days.

Kong: Skull Island” slipped to fifth place with a week-on-week drop of 82%. The Warner Bros. release earned $419,000 and extended its total to $12.5 million after three weekends. “Logan” was in sixth place with $153,000, for a cumulative total of $16.41 million after four weeks.

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