Hyun Bin, who married actress Son Ye-jin of the same age, recently received a lot of congratulations by delivering the news of his second generation.
He is drawing attention because he has another happy occasion.
According to the Korean Film Council’s integrated computer network at 12:50 PM on Sep 12th, the action film “Confidential Assignment 2: International” starring actors Hyun Bin, Yoo Hae-jin and Daniel Henney surpassed 3 million viewers within 6 days of its release, proving a box office craze.
This is twice the speed of its first part “Confidential Assignment” (2017) and “Top Gun: Maverick”, which dominated theaters this summer.
Its achievement was even better than “Hansan: Rising Dragon”, which recorded 3 million viewers within 8 days of its release.
Attention is focused on how far “Confidential Assignment 2: International”, which has maintained the top spot at the box office since its release, will write the box office record.
In fact, “Confidential Assignment 2: International” is a work that marked Hyun Bin‘s return after announcing his marriage to Son Ye-jin on Jan 1st, 2021.
Accordingly, many people paid keen attention to whether “Confidential Assignment 2: International” would do well.
Hyun Bin, who has a lot of female fans, is showing off his extraordinary potential even after marriage, receiving praise from many people.
“Confidential Assignment 2: International” is a film about the unpredictable triangular cooperation investigation between North Korean detective Im Cheol-ryung (Hyun Bin), South Korean detective Kang Jin-tae (Yoo Hae-jin) and FBI agent Jack (Daniel Henney), who unite for each other’s purposes.
Following “Confidential Assignment”, Hyun Bin conducted a cooperation investigation as Im Cheol-ryung in the sequel “Confidential Assignment 2: International”.
It is rumored that the appearance of the three people pretending to be on the same side, cheating each other little by little and conducting a cooperation investigation is three times funnier than the first part.
The viewers who actually watched the movie said, “Make sure you watch it. You’ll have no regrets”, “Visual restaurant! The genre is action, but it looks like a romance comic”, “A movie that can make you laugh the whole time you watch it”…
Meanwhile, according to the Korean Film Council’s integrated computer network, the comedy film “6/45” ranked second at the box office the previous day.
“6/45” was chosen by 118,808 audiences, and its cumulative number of audiences was 1,568,307.
No.3 was Lee Jung-jae‘s movie “Hunt”.
“Hunt” gathered 31,540 people during the same period, resulting in a cumulative number of audiences of 4,264,403.