Will IU’s concert movies sweep the theater
Singer IU’s first live performance film “IU Concert: The Golden Hour,” which marks the 15th anniversary of her debut this year, has topped the overall box office reservation rate, heralding a box office hit.
IU Concert: The Golden Hour, which has consistently maintained its No. 1 reservation rate on the CGV Movie Chart, has topped the overall box office reservation rate, signaling a green light for the box office. IU Concert: The Golden Hour is the first live performance film to be released in theaters to commemorate the 15th anniversary of artist IU’s debut, and it features the Golden Hour, which filled the Olympic Main Stadium with beautiful songs and fantastic stage productions.
It is a theater version of IU’s two-day concert “The Golden Hour: Under the Orange Sun,” which was held on September 17 and 18, 2022, and became the first Korean female singer to enter the Olympic Main Stadium and attracted nearly 90,000 audiences for two days.
IU Concert: The Golden Hour, which will be released in theaters on the 13th, has booked the first place in the CGV’s box office, including “Oppenheimer,” a masterpiece that has attracted more than 550,000 viewers since its release, actors Jung Yu-mi and Lee Sun-kyun, and Agatha Christie’s novel “Halloween party.”
This proves that not only the official fan club “Uaena” but also the general public are showing keen interest in IU. In particular, abundant entertainment, such as “Ike Screening” to commemorate the 15th anniversary of artist IU’s debut, special events by format, and theater photo zones, stimulates both the needs of fans and the public who were unable to attend the concert 광주호빠