Opening on Wednesday, “Wedding Day” earned $7.06 million from 901,000 admissions between Wednesday and Sunday. Featuring young stars Park Bo-young (“Collective Invention”) and Kim Young-kwang (“Hot Young Bloods”), the Megabox release tells the story of a ten-year romance and friendship from the youngsters’ teenage years.
Crime thriller “The Witness” slipped to second. The Next Entertainment World release earned $3.53 million between Friday and Sunday for a total of $17.1 million after two weekends on release. CJ Entertainment’s “The Spy Gone North” and Lotte Entertainment’s “Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days” slipped to third to fourth places, respectively. “Spy Gone North” earned $2.6 million from between Friday and Sunday, to extend its total to $36.2 million after three weekends. 2018’s biggest title, “Last 49 Days” added $2.31 million to lift its four-weekend total to $89.4 million from 11.9 million admissions.
UPI’s “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” took fifth place. The musical drama earned $1.58 million for a total of $15.2 million after three weekends. Opening on the same day with “Wedding Day,” American action comedy “The Spy Who Dumped Me” debuted in sixth place. The Mila Kunis-starrer earned $1.32 million over five days. Thursday opener, “Mile 22” landed in tenth. The American action thriller earned $411,000 between over four days.