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SEOUL — South Korean music drama “C’est Si Son,” which topped the Korean box office the previous week, showed a 31% week-on-week drop and fell to third place in its second weekend. Since its debut, the film has grossed $7.86 million from 1.09 million admissions.

Local period adventure “Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island” took the top place in its first weekend, earning $6.90 million from 960,000 admissions over the opening 5 days since Feb. 12. “Detective K” is sequel to 2011’s “Detective K: Secret of the Virtuous Widow” which earned $32.6 million from 4.79 million admissions.

Debuting on the same day as “Detective K,” British action drama “Kingsman: The Secret Service” took second place with $5.34 million from 707,000 admissions over its first five days. The two chart-toppers accounted for half the total weekly ticket sales revenue.

Big Hero 6” dropped to fourth place and now stands on a total of $17.7 million from 2.48 million admissions.

Japanese animated movie “Stand by Me Doraemon” opened on Friday in fifth place and earned $1.05 million from 157,000 admissions over four days.

The Wachowski siblings’ “Jupiter Ascending,” starring Korean actress Bae Doo-na, lost half its screens in its second weekend, and showed a week-on-week drop of 81% in sales revenue. The Warner Bros. Korea title has so far earned $2.4 million from 305,000 admissions.

Legendary Entertainment’s “Seventh Son” narrowly arrived in the tenth place. The UPI Korea release managed to garner $536,000 from 74,000 admissions in its opening week.