Eight Korean movies are among the top ten box office draws heading into the last week of August.
According to box office statistics, the films "May 18" and D-War have made the strongest showing.
The historical drama "May 18", which tells the story of the May 18 Gwangju Democratization Movement, took a 17-point-eight percent share of the domestic market and recaptured first place for the first time in four weeks.
The market share of D-War dipped to 17-point-four percent but the monster blockbuster continues to create a box office sensation.
Newly released romantic comedy The Houseguest and My Mother ranked third in the list. The combined market share of the eight Korean films stood at a whopping 79-point-two percent.