Frozen becomes South Korea's second biggest foreign film
Hit animated movie Frozen has become South Korea's second biggest foreign film ever.
The movie, featuring the voices of new parents Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, has raked in almost $70 million (£44 million) at the local box office to pass Iron Man 3 as the nation's number two imported film.
Only Avatar has had more success at the cinema in South Korea.
Frozen is on course to become one of only nine movies - the first animated - to have been seen on the big screen in South Korea by 10 million film fans.
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