“20th Century Girl” led by Kim Yoo Jung and Byun Woo Seok ranks No.5 on Netflix Global, No.1 in Korea and Japan

Netflix’s new film “20th Century Girl” made it into the top of the global ranking, showing the power of Korean youth movies. 

According to FlixPatrol on October 25th, the Netflix movie “20th Century Girl” scored 355 points and ranked No. 5 in Netflix’s movie category globally. The figure is up one notch from the previous day.

According to the rankings by country, “20th Century Girl” took first place in Korea and Japan, and ranked at the top in various countries such as Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Peru, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.

20th Century Girl

“The School for Good and Evil’ took first place, followed by the Australian film “The Stranger” in second place. “Luckiest Girl Alive” and “The Curse of Bridge Hollow” followed.

“20th Century Girl” depicts a first love romance that takes place as a memory of 1999 in a videotape that arrived one winter when 17-year-old Bora pretends to be her cupid in order to fulfill the first love of her best friend Yeondu. This is director Bang Woori’s first feature film debut.

20th Century Girl

“20th Century Girl” stars a young cast including Kim Yoojung and Byun Wooseok, and rookie actors Park Jungwoo and Noh Yoonseo, who drew the public’s attention with their shining presence. With the first love theme, the movie is well-received for awakening the youthful sensibility that everyone has in the corner of their hearts.

Source: daum

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