With reservations for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" open on the 7th, 145,000 people have booked as of 10 a.m. on the 8th, a day later. The reservation rate is 61%.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is a Marvel-buster story in which Peter Parker (Tom Holland), whose identity has been revealed, unexpectedly opens a multibus while receiving help from Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), which depicts the worst-ever crisis.
Reservations for special halls such as IMAX, ScreenX, 4DX, Dolby Cinema, and Dolby Atmos were opened on the morning of the 7th. As if proving its keen interest in the movie, Spider-Man: No way Home quickly topped the reservation rate. In particular, most of the seats were sold out as soon as they opened the Yongsan CGV IMAX Hall, which is mainly visited by movie fans.
It is interpreted that the audience waiting for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" for a long time is showing explosive reactions despite the aftermath of Omicron, a COVID-19 mutant virus, and the increase in COVID-19 confirmed cases.
As Korean audiences are highly loyal to Marvel movies, they are expressing great expectations for the action to be shown by Spider-Man, a friendly character in Marvel movies. In particular, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is known not only to deal with the multi-verse worldview, the core of MCU Phase 4, but also to feature villains in all-time "Spider-Man" series, including "Dr. Otto Octavius," "Green Goblin" and "Electro," which appeared in Sam Raymy's "Spider-Man" trilogy.
In addition, Tom Holland expressed his friendliness at a press conference for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" on the 7th, referring to coach Bong Joon-ho, soccer player Son Heung-min, and Jung Ho-yeon of "Squid Game."
Currently, reservations for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" have been open until the 19th. Attention is focusing on whether "Spider-Man: No Way Home," which heralded success in the first week of its release, will attract audiences until the end of Christmas and the beginning of the year.
'Spider-Man: No Way Home' will be released first in Korea on the 15th.