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Local comedy is Korea's biggest summer hit

Local Korean comedy Kick The Moon has passed Pearl Harbor's $12.1m and The Mummy Returns' $11.5m to become this summer's biggest box-office hit, and the second-highest grossing film of the year after the smash hit Friend. As of July 22 the film had attracted over 3.1 million admissions nationwide to record a gross of $16.7m in its fifth week of release. The current tally makes it Korea's most successful comedy ever and the 4th highest-grossing Korean feature ...

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