Park Seo Joon And IU’s “Dream” Becomes 1st Korean Film To Top Korean Box Office In 50 Days
According to The Korean Film Council’s Korea Box-office Information System (KOBIS), “Dream” garnered 93,420 viewers, topping the Korean box office. This is the first time in 50 days that a Korean film has topped the box office since the release of “The Devil’s Deal” in March.
Created by director Lee Byung Hun of “Extreme Job” and “Melo is My Nature,” “Dream” tells the story of a group of people playing soccer for the first time for the Homeless World Cup. Park Seo Joon stars as Yoon Hong Dae, a professional soccer player on disciplinary probation who becomes the coach of the ragtag soccer team, while IU plays producing director Lee So Min who is making a documentary about the team.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Dream”!
“Dream” released in Korean theaters on April 26. Watch a trailer here!
Also watch Park Seo Joon in his sports drama “Fight My Way”:
And catch IU in “Hotel Del Luna” below: