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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Topped the Box Office on the 1st Weekend of Its Release

Nov 15, 2022
  • Writer by Hellen Park
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Maintaining 80% of Sales for 5 Consecutive Days, Surpassing 1 Million Viewers

 


 

Marvel Studios' new film, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, world premiered in Korea on November 9, topping the box office on the 1st weekend of its release. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever overwhelmingly topped the list with 793,464 viewers and 79.9% sales for the 3 days over the weekend from November 11 to 13. In addition, the total number of audiences by November 13 was 1,086,881, and it succeeded in surpassing 1 million viewers within 5 days of its release. 

 

After the death of the lead actor Chadwick Bosman in the Black Panther series, many people wondered about what would happen to the series, but Marvel expressed their condolences to the deceased actor by making a sequel with the story of people guarding Wakanda after King T'Challa's death. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was successful on the 1st weekend of its release and is continuing to rank first in ticket sales, drawing attention to the future box office results. However, it is the lowest score among Marvel Studios' films released this year. 

 

The well-made thriller, Confession, is in 2nd place at the box office over the weekend. The number of weekend audiences is 81,382 with sales of 7.9% and 680,803 viewers in total. The multiverse comic action drama, Everything Everywhere All at Once, starring Michelle Yeoh, won 3rd place. At the beginning of its release, it didn’t perform well, but steadily went viral with good remarks. The total audience of the film reached 289,930, adding 30,322 over the weekend. If this trend continues, the film is expected to surpass 300,000 viewers this week. 4th place animation, Crayon Shin-chan: Shrouded in Mystery! The Flowers of Tenkazu Academy is also steadily popular. With 29,580 viewers over the weekend, it surpassed 789,965 viewers in total. 

 

This week, 3 Korean films of various genres will be released. Decibel, a thriller starring Kim Raewon and Lee Jongsuk, and Ditto, a new remake of the iconic Korean melodrama under the same title, and Hansan: Rising Dragon is returning as Hansan: Rising Dragon Redux, a director’s cut with the 20-minute extra running time. The original version of Hansan: Rising Dragon recorded the best box office hit among the  Korean films released in 2022.

 

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