“Believer” Cast Celebrates Becoming The Fastest Korean Film In 2018 To Reach 3 Million Moviegoers
The film “Believer” is continuing its success at the box office!
After becoming the first Korean film to reach 1 million moviegoers in 2018, “Believer” is now the fastest Korean movie to reach 3 million moviegoers this year.
According to the Korean Film Council, “Believer” reached 3,001,539 moviegoers as of 5 p.m. KST on June 2. This means the film passed 3 million moviegoers 12 days after its release.
“Believer” was able to achieve this feat 12 days faster than “Keys to the Heart,” which was previously the only film to reach 3 million moviegoers this year.
“Believer” has been maintaining its No. 1 position at the box office for 12 consecutive days, beating out competitions like “Deadpool 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”
The film’s speed of success is equal to that of the 2017’s No. 1 film “The Outlaws,” which attracted 6.87 million moviegoers. It also reached 3 million moviegoers faster than famous Korean crime films “New World” and “Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time,” which achieved this in 17 days.
To thank the moviegoers for the film’s success, the cast including Jo Jin Woong, Ryu Jun Yeol, Kim Sung Ryung, Park Hae Jun, Cha Seung Won, Jin Seo Yun, Lee Joo Young, and director Lee Hye Young, posted handwritten thank you letters and autographs.
Using his famous line from the film, Jo Jin Woong wrote, “Until we reach 5 million, 7 million, and 10 million. Seize! Actions! And thoughts!”
Ryu Jun Yeol also drew a picture to express his gratitude and shared a photo via his agency’s Instagram page.Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Believer”!