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Korean thriller film “Cold Eyes” attracted 4 million viewers in just 17 days, becoming the fifth domestic film to hit the record this year ― following box office hits “The Berlin File,” “Secretly Greatly,” “New World” and “Miracle in Cell No.7.”
The star-studded film, which stars actors Sol Kyung-gu, Jung Woo-sung, and actress Han Hyo-joo, tells the story of a group of detectives specializing in surveillance activities on high profile criminals. In the film, they together try to arrest the members of a bank-robbing organization.
South Korean movie ‘Cold Eyes’ led by Jung Woo Sung and Han Hyo Joo continues to show its dominance at the local box office despite facing a formidable rival in ‘Mr. Go’.
According to statistics released by the Korean Film Council (KOFIC) today, ‘Cold Eyes’ had 114,383 ticket admissions for July 17th, which saw it topped the box office chart for 3 weeks in a row. It’s total accumulated admissions now stands at 3,900,251 as they look to break the 4 million mark.
The film Cold Eyes maintained its box office lead enhancing the status and prestige of the Korean film industry.
On July 17, the Film Council announced that as many as 3,785,904 tickets were sold for Cold Eyes in 720 cinemas across the country. It is now about to record over 4 million viewers.
The film, which is in fact a remake of 2007 Hong Kong film ‘Eye in the Sky’, is about detectives from the survillnace team of a special crime unit who work together to take down a bank robbing organization.