“Wonderland” Sees Sharp Drop in Viewership as “Inside Out 2” Leads Reservation Charts

Despite its initial success, “Wonderland” is facing a rapid decline in viewership, with daily attendance dropping to around 20,000.

The film, directed by Kim Tae-yong, managed to hold the top spot at the box office for the sixth day, but its position is expected to be taken over soon by the Disney-Pixar sequel “Inside Out 2,” hitting theaters on the 12th.

On the 10th, “Wonderland” drew in 22,651 viewers, maintaining its top spot with a total of 491,452 viewers since its release.

The movie revolves around reuniting with loved ones through an AI service called “Wonderland,” boasting a star-studded cast including Tang Wei, Suzy, Park Bo Gum, Jung Yu Mi, Choi Woo Shik, and a special appearance by Gong Yoo. However, despite the hype, it’s struggling to keep up at the box office.

After a strong opening weekend with 200,000 attendees, weekday showings have seen a significant drop.

Reservation rates are also on a downward trend for “Wonderland,” currently sitting at fourth place. “Inside Out 2” leads the charts with a staggering 185,655 reservations and a 57.1% reservation rate just before its release. Following closely behind are “Drive” starring Park Ji-hyun and “Escape” with Lee Je-hoon and Koo Kyo-hwan, both set for July releases.

At the box office, “Furiosa: Mad Max Saga” took second place on the 10th with 16,450 viewers, accumulating a total of 1,435,078 viewers.

“She Dies Tomorrow,” starring Byun Yo-han and Shin Hye-sun, secured third place with 13,000 viewers on the same day, reaching a cumulative audience of 1,144,394 thanks to strong word-of-mouth and repeat viewings.



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