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miss him so much!

 

wish he come back soon in drama!

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no news of he casting in a drama yet :bawling: miss him so much!

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"The Beast" Premieres on Video on Demand Services Following Poor Box Office Performance

By William Schwartz on 2019/07/16 at 18:50 PST

2019/07/16 | 147 views | Permalink

 

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While "The Beast" is still playing in (very few) theaters, Next Entertainment World has already released the film on On Demand Services in South Korea domestically. The crime thriller is the latest film from Lee Jeong-ho, who also directed "Broken" and "Bestseller" and has long worked in the South Korean film industry adapting scripts.

 

With only 200,000 viewers "The Beast" has underperformed expectations in a summer market that seemed to half high potential. His last two films had about a million viewers each. However, they also did better in secondary markets than in theaters (a common refrain with films Lee Jeong-ho has worked on), so the film's ultimate success is as of yet unknown.

 

To date the South Korean box office has been surprisingly weak in regards to summer films, but this may be because the only major ones to start screening since "Parasite" have been relatively low tier. "The King's Letters" next week will be the first major blockbuster of the season.

 

Written by William Schwartz

 

Source : https://www.hancinema.net/hancinema-s-news-the-beast-premieres-on-video-on-demand-services-following-poor-box-office-performance-131640.html#!prettyPhoto

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Really miss him! Hope he do a drama soon! so boring current k-dramas!!

never mind his movie not hit. we waiting for his next drama:wub:

 

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20 hours ago, gm4queen said:

"The Beast" Premieres on Video on Demand Services Following Poor Box Office Performance

By William Schwartz on 2019/07/16 at 18:50 PST

2019/07/16 | 147 views | Permalink

 

photo1082211.jpg

 

While "The Beast" is still playing in (very few) theaters, Next Entertainment World has already released the film on On Demand Services in South Korea domestically. The crime thriller is the latest film from Lee Jeong-ho, who also directed "Broken" and "Bestseller" and has long worked in the South Korean film industry adapting scripts.

 

With only 200,000 viewers "The Beast" has underperformed expectations in a summer market that seemed to half high potential. His last two films had about a million viewers each. However, they also did better in secondary markets than in theaters (a common refrain with films Lee Jeong-ho has worked on), so the film's ultimate success is as of yet unknown.

 

To date the South Korean box office has been surprisingly weak in regards to summer films, but this may be because the only major ones to start screening since "Parasite" have been relatively low tier. "The King's Letters" next week will be the first major blockbuster of the season.

 

Written by William Schwartz

 

Sourcehttps://www.hancinema.net/hancinema-s-news-the-beast-premieres-on-video-on-demand-services-following-poor-box-office-performance-131640.html#!prettyPhoto

Thanks for the link @gm4queen

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This choi daniel looks cute

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48 minutes ago, parkeunbinchoidaniel said:

Do u guys remeber this lee da ll choi daniel is holding a birthday cake for yeo wool oark eun bin

Sooo cute

Yes we remember the scene! He is so sweet to her :kiss_wink: thanks for posting @parkeunbinchoidaniel beautiful memories :)

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