“Intimate Strangers” Is Fastest Korean Comedy Of 2018 To Surpass 3 Million Moviegoers
The new film “Intimate Strangers” has surpassed 3 million moviegoers in record time!
On November 11, the Korean Film Council announced that as of 7:10 a.m. KST, “Intimate Strangers” had officially drawn a total of 3,008,084 moviegoers.
The film just took 11 days to reach the milestone, easily breaking the record for the fastest-selling Korean comedy of 2018 (the previous record was held by “Keys to the Heart,” which took 24 days to hit the 3 million mark).
In order to commemorate the impressive achievement, the cast of “Intimate Strangers” posed for photos while holding up handwritten signs thanking moviegoers for their support.
“Intimate Strangers,” a remake of the 2016 Italian film “Perfect Strangers,” tells the story of a couple’s gathering where a group of friends plays a game that forces them to reveal all incoming phone calls and text messages for a predetermined amount of time.
Congratulations to the film’s cast and crew!