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Korean Film 'Masquerade' Draws Over 9 Mil. Viewers Just in Month Since It Opened Mid-September Updated: 2012-10-15 12:00:00 KST

Korean Film 'Masquerade' Draws Over 9 Mil. Viewers Just in Month Since It Opened Mid-September
The Korean movie "Masquerade" has sold over nine million tickets in just a month since it opened in mid-September.
The film, starring Lee Byung-Hun, is set during the 17th century Joseon Dynasty, and tells the story of a commoner who becomes a double for King Gwanghae who fears being assassinated.
The film has achieved popularity due to its solid plot and comic scenes and is expected to sell more than 10-million tickets soon.
Eight Korean movies this year have each sold more than 4 million tickets, with the top earner being Choi Dong-hoon's action comedy film "The Thieves," which has been watched by more than 13-million viewers to become the highest grossing film in Korean film history.
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