‘Oseisa’, over a million…Japan’s first live-action film in 21 years
“Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears from the World,” a new box office record for a Japanese romance film, surpassed 1 million viewers on the 29th.
“Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears in the World” is a fresh and affectionate love story between Maori, a high school girl with antecedent amnesia that resets her memory when she wakes up, and Toru, an ordinary high school student living a dull daily life.
According to the integrated computer network for movie theater tickets on the 29th, “Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears from the World” succeeded in surpassing 1 million cumulative audiences in 61 days after its release. This is the first time in 21 years that a Japanese live-action film has been released in Korea since ‘Juon’ released in 2002. The movie, which was released on November 30 last year, has been showing an amazing long-term box office race for about two months, breaking the all-time Japanese film box office record day after day.
In particular, with the full support of the 1020 generation through the sentimental video beauty and tear-stimulating love stories of young people, attention is being paid to whether “Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears from the World” will surpass the record of 1.15 million people in the Japanese live-action film “Love Letter” (1999).
“Tonight, Even If This Love Disappears from the World,” which surpassed 1 million cumulative audiences and set a milestone in the history of a Japanese live-action film released in Korea in 21 years, is being screened at theaters nationwide.