The movie “The Spy Gone North” has achieved a outstanding feat!
On August 12, the Korean Film Council reported that “The Spy Gone North” had surpassed 2 million moviegoers as of seven:20 p.m. KST, simply 5 days after its premiere on August 8.
Not solely did the film attain the milestone at a powerful pace, however it had additionally solely surpassed 1 million moviegoers the day earlier than, on August 11—which means that it took simply at some point for the movie to double its whole variety of viewers.
“The Spy Gone North” managed to surpass 2 million moviegoers at a quicker fee than different movies in its style, similar to “1987” (2,473,597 moviegoers in six days), “The Attorney” (2,027,184 moviegoers in six days), and “Confidential Assignment” (2,332,218 moviegoers in 10 days). “The Spy Gone North” achieved the feat on the similar pace as “The Berlin File,” which introduced in 2,251,289 moviegoers in simply 5 days.
The new movie tells the story of a South Korean spy who infiltrates North Korea within the mid-1990s to seek out out the reality concerning the nation’s nuclear program. Its forged contains Hwang Jung Min, Lee Sung Min, Jo Jin Woong, and Joo Ji Hoon, and it was directed by Yoon Jong Bin, who beforehand labored on the movies “Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time” and “Kundo: Age of the Rampant.”
To have a good time the milestone, Jo Jin Woong, Lee Sung Min, director Yoon Jong Bin, and Hwang Jung Min posed for a photograph collectively thanking moviegoers for their help.
Congratulations to the forged and crew of “The Spy Gone North”!