“A Werewolf Boy” Hits Four Million Admissions at Korean Box Office
“A Werewolf Boy” starring Song Joong Ki and Park Bo Young is keeping its first place at the box office. According to KOFIC statistics on November 13, the total admission number for the film since its release is about four million.
The movie was released just two weeks ago, yet has already become the ninth 2012 film to surpass four million admissions. The hit movies of 2012 include “Thieves,” “Gwanghae: The Man who Became King,” “Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Times,” “All About My Wife,” “Deranged,” “The Grand Heist,” “101 Architecture,” and “Dancing Queen.”
The plot of “A Werewolf Boy” is about a forgotten creature, werewolf boy named Chul Soo (Song Joong Ki) who lives among wild animals in the wilderness. One day, the boy meets a beauty (Park Bo Young) of his age and forms a friendship bond. Soon, the two teens fall in love with each other without realizing the crucial separation that awaits them.