Even amidst the continued COVID-19 pandemic, “Peninsula” is proving to be a field workplace hit!
On the morning of July 18, the Korean Film Council introduced that “Peninsula,” the long-awaited sequel to the hit zombie movie “Train to Busan,” had formally surpassed 1 million moviegoers. As of 8:10 a.m. KST, the brand new movie—which was launched on July 15—had amassed a complete of 1,000,790 moviegoers, which means that it took lower than 4 days to achieve the milestone.
Notably, “Peninsula” broke previous the 1 million mark on the identical velocity because the hit film “Ode to My Father,” which at present holds the document for the fourth highest-grossing movie within the historical past of Korean cinema. The feat is all of the extra spectacular contemplating the present state of the movie show trade, which was hit particularly onerous by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the day of its launch, “Peninsula” additionally set a brand new document for the highest number of first-day moviegoers of any movie launched because the COVID-19 outbreak.
Congratulations to the solid and crew of “Peninsula”!
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