‘Inseparable Bros’ tops box office“Inseparable Bros,” which premiered at the local box office on Wednesday, held the top spot for domestic films on the day of its release, according to data from Korean Film Council.
The film sold a little over 130,000 admissions and surpassed 160,000 admissions by Thursday afternoon. The film currently sits at second place in the local box office, behind “Avengers: Endgame.”
The film tells a story about two disabled “brothers” who are not related by blood but have been together for 20 years.
Loosely based on a real life story, the film draws both tears and laughter from the audience.
Actors Shin Ha-kyun and Lee Kwang-soo stars as the two brothers.
By Lee Jae-lim