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In its second weekend, ‘Dune’ tops the box office

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November 1, 2021

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Dune, which has been premiered on October 20, barely lost 12% of its audience inside its second weekend. As per statistics the Korean Cinema Authority’s box office monitoring service, it earned $2.25 million for just a weeklong total of $6.86 million.

Even as the government goes to a strategy of coping with the COVID-19, South Korean theatres are expecting a boost starting Monday (November 1, 2021). “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” and “Dune” traded places at the #1 of the Korean ticket sales in the final weekend well before tax policies introduction. In its second opening season of distribution, “Dune” climbed to the top of the charts.

Dune, which has been premiered on October 20, barely lost 12% of its audience inside its second weekend. As per statistics the Korean Cinema Authority’s box office monitoring service, it earned $2.25 million for just a weeklong total of $6.86 million.

Venom 2 had a 45 percent drop in its third week during distribution, bringing in $1.65 million so over weekends. It has grossed $16.7 million ever since debuting in Korea on October 13th.

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The latest iteration “Ron’s Gone Wrong” placed third place during the weekends, grossing $485,000 and $644,000 in its first 5 days.

Neither of the scores reflected the kinds of performances that helped South Korea become the fourth biggest ticket sales market on the planet in 2019. The total amount raised in the United States was a pitiful $5.08 million. That’s just half of the finest week’s ends previously this year and a sliver of what it was before the outbreak.

Now since the South Korean authorities have adopted a new “functioning with COVID-19” strategy, which saw many limitations on ordinary life lifted, assistance may be on the horizon. The administration announced on Friday that it will be implemented in 3 parts, each lasting up to 6 weeks.

75.3 percent of the total population is already immunized. In addition, boosting injections will be offered later in the month. This week as well marks the return of KOFIC’s substantial movie tickets rewards program. The coupons provide a price discount of KRW6,000 in 521 theaters (except deluxe format locations), with everyone getting two copies.

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