Korean film "Closer to Heaven", starring Kim Myung-min and Ha Ji-won, remained the No. 1 movie in Korea for the third consecutive week.
"Heaven" continued its runs atop the box office attracting 179,293 viewers over the weekend of October 9-11, according to estimates released by Korea Box Office Information System (KOBIS) on Monday. The film has accumulated over 1.8 million viewers since its opening on September 24.
Historical pic "The Sword with No Name", starring Cho Seung-woo and Su-ae, followed in second place with 160,143 viewers over the same period. The film's total number of viewers was counted at 1.4 million.
New film "Where is Jeong Seung-Pil", starring Lee Beom-su, came in third with 148,188 viewers over the weekend while Bruce Willis vehicle "Surrogates" trailed behind with 130,254 viewers.
"A Good Rain Knows", starring Korean actor Jung Woo-sung and Chinese actress Gao Yuan Yuan, opened at No. 5 with 115,734 viewers.
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