“Wonderland” tops box office upon release “Park Bo-gum and Suzy’s on-screen chemistry worked”

The SF romance film "Wonderland" (directed by Kim Tae-yong, produced by Bom Film Productions and Kirin Productions) topped the overall box office upon its release

According to the Korean Film Council’s integrated computer network, “Wonderland” attracted 82,873 viewers on its opening day (June 5th), surpassing competitors like “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” and “Following” by a significant margin to secure the number one spot at the box office.

According to the number of actual visitors at CGV, “Wonderland” is garnering balanced support across all age groups, including those in their 20s (24%), 30s (25%), 40s (25%) and 50s (22%). It maintains the top spot in overall ticket reservations, raising expectations for its future box office success.


Audiences who watched “Wonderland” on its opening day expressed great satisfaction with the film, which evoked various emotions ranging from warm comfort, empathy to moving sentiments. The film has received high praise for the performances of its actors, and some viewers are even planning multiple viewings, indicating an explosive response to the film.

“Wonderland” is a story about reuniting with loved ones through the AI resurrection video call service Wonderland. The film stars Tang Wei, Suzy, Park Bo-gum, Jung Yu-mi, Choi Woo-sik and is directed by Kim Tae-yong, known for “Late Autumn”.

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