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Unusually for a documentary, it ranked second… Middle-aged people lead the box office success

Syngman Rhee's documentary 'The War for the Founding of a Nation' is an unusual success

Syngman Rhee’s documentary ‘The War for the Founding of a Nation’ is an unusual success

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Youngjae Lee = The box office success of the documentary film ‘National Foundation War’, which reexamines the achievements of former President Syngman Rhee, is expected to continue in theaters this weekend.

According to the integrated movie theater ticket network on the 16th, ‘National War’ ranked second in the box office with 51,000 audiences (22.4% sales share) the previous day.

On the 14th, it lost second place to the Japanese animation ‘Demon Slayer: The Miracle of Fate, and Through Joint Strengthening Training’, but regained it in one day.

The gap with the first place, the Hollywood fantasy ‘Wonka’ starring Timothée Chalamet (about 63,000 people, 29.7%), is not large.

It is an unusual success for a documentary. The cumulative number of viewers for ‘National Foundation War’, which was released on the 1st, was about 485,000, and is on the verge of exceeding 500,000.

With the viewing of key figures from the ruling party during the Lunar New Year holiday last year, enthusiasm for viewing appears to be spreading, centering around the conservative camp. Looking at CGV’s ticket sales distribution by age, middle-aged people such as those in their 50s (45.8%) and 40s (26.3%) are leading the box office success.

‘Citizen Deok-hee’ starring Ra Mi-ran and Yeom Hye-ran was in 4th place with 16,000 viewers (7.7%) the previous day, followed by ‘Picnic’ (9,000 viewers, 4.2%) and ‘Dog Days’ (8,000 viewers, 3.9%). ), followed by ‘Deadman’ (about 3,000 people, 1.8%).

As of this morning, the Hollywood fantasy ‘Dune: Part 2’ (22.3%), scheduled to be released on the 28th, is ranked first in advance reservation rate, followed by ‘Wonka’ (19.7%). The cumulative number of viewers for ‘Wonka’ exceeded 2 million the previous day.

ljglory@yna.co.kr

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