[Reporter Han Hyeon-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
The movie ‘#Alive’ was the first in the history of Korean movies to be ranked #1 on the Netflix Global Movie Chart.
It is a survival thriller that tells the story of people who are isolated in apartments alone with all data, Wi-Fi, text messages, and phone calls cut off as people with unknown causes of ‘#Alive’ start an attack and run out of control. Two days after ‘#ALIVE’ was released to the world through Netflix, it ranked #1 on the Netflix Global Movie Chart.
According to FlixPatrol, which provides video content ranking charts, Netflix released ‘#ALIVE’ in the second place on the global movie chart in one day, followed by major European countries such as the United States, France, Spain, Sweden, Russia, and Australia, and worldwide. It won the top spot on movie charts in 35 countries.
‘#Alive’ is the first case of being ranked No. 1 on Netflix in the US and European markets across all drama and movie contents produced in Korea.
An official from Netflix said, “Viewers from various languages and cultures around the world enjoy’#lives’ through Netflix, and interest and love for Korean content as well as the new Korean Wave is gradually increasing. Like ‘#ALIVE’, the outstanding capabilities of Korean creators He said, “I hope that the work containing the personality and personality will continue to be loved by entertainment fans in various countries.”
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