rubie Posted October 24, 2018 Share Posted October 24, 2018 A S H F A L L 2019.12.19 Mount Paektu 백두산 Baekdusan 2019/12/19 * 450K first-day admission 12/21 * 1.6 million admission 12/26 * 4.5 million admission 12/31 * 6.2 million admission 2020/01/03 * 7.0 million admission 01/05 * Break-even point 7.3 million 01/07 * Accumulated admission at 7.6 million 01/13 * Surpassed 8.0 million admission 01/26 * Achieved 8.25 million admission Directors: Lee Hye Jun & Kim Byung Suh December 19, 2019: South Korea December 20, 2019: USA December 24, 2019: Taiwan January 1, 2020: Hong Kong January 2, 2020: Singapore January 2, 2020: Malaysia January 2, 2020: Brunei January 3 - Germany January 3 - North America January 8, 2020: Indonesia January 9, 2020: Thailand January 9, 2020: Australia January 16, 2020: Vietnam (1/31) February 4, 2020: Cambodia February 5, 2020: The Philippines TBA: Germany, New Zealand, Turkey. February 20, 2020: 70th Berlinale Paektu Mountain or Baekdu Mountain is an active volcano on the China–North Korea border. At 2,744 m (9,003 ft), it is the highest mountain of the Changbai and Baekdudaegan ranges. Koreans consider the volcano and its caldera lake to be their country's spiritual home. This mountain is called Changbai Mountain in China. It is the highest mountain on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast China. [Photo by Kim Jin-hong Pulsenews] The modern Korean name of the mountain, Mount Paektu (or Baekdu), was first recorded in the 13th historical record Goryeosa. It means white-head mountain. In other records from the same period, the mountain was also called Taebaek Mountain, which means great-white mountain. The modern name of the mountain in Chinese, Changbai Mountain, comes from modern Manchu name of the mountain, which is Golmin Šanggiyan Alin or Long/Ever White Mountain. Similarly, its Mongolian name is Ondor Tsagaan Aula, the Lofty White Mountain. In English, various authors have used non-standard transliterations.[Wikipedia] Spoiler Starring: Lee Byung Hun, Ha Jung Woo, Ma Dong Seok A-list actors team up for $17 million movie 'Mount Paektu' By Dong Sun-hwa The Korea Times (October 24, 2018) Three A-list actors ― Lee Byung-hun, Ha Jung-woo and Ma Dong-seok ― will make a rare team-up for the big-budget sci-fi film "Mount Paektu." They recently gave final approval for their appearance in the movie, according to reports. Star director Kim Yong-hwa will guide shooting that begins next year with a 20 billion won ($17.7 million) budget. "Mount Paektu" will show covert operatives from the two Koreas struggling to prevent a volcanic eruption of Mount Paektu, a sacred 2,744-meter mountain straddling the North Korea-China border. Lee will play a North Korean agent struggling to prevent an eruption, while Ha is a South Korean agent on the same mission. Ma will appear as a scientist. Spoiler Spoiler Box Office Updates (Source: KoBIZ) REVIEWS Yonhap News // The Korea Herald // JoongAng Daily Cinema Escapist // F*** Magazine // HanCinema.net Pierce Conran // South China Morning Post // The New Paper Film Legacy // Eye For Film Related sites CJEnM // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Youtube IMDb // HanCinema // Naver // Asianwiki // Rotten Tomatoes Lee Byunghun soompi // Ha Jung Woo soompi Ashfall Daum Gallery 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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