‘Start Up’ surpassed ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ to become the hottest Korean movie on Netflix, netizens praised Kim Seon Ho!
Start Up’s huge success continues to make fans argue, this time about which character’s biggest job.
After more than a month of airing, the super product Start Up has officially become the Korean series with the highest points for converting views of the day on the Netflix online platform in 2020.
Specifically, according to its own data on November 23, Start Up entered the top 5 with 183 points converted, higher than the number of points that It’s Okay To Not Be Okay and Record Of Youth ever received (167 respectively. and 161 points). In terms of redemption points, it is calculated based on the sum of the film’s top-rated ranking across all the countries it screened. If you reach 1st place, you will get 10 points, 2nd place add 9 points and so on …
However, it was not until November 24 that Start Up officially rose to No. 4 – the highest position that a Korean film achieved this year, just behind blockbusters in Europe and America like The Queen’s Gambit or The Crown.
In addition, this achievement is even more impressive when Start Up was shown in only 25 countries, quite a bit compared to other competitors on the front line. Although the distance to the Korean movie king of 2020 on Netflix is still quite far, with the current attraction, Start Up can completely do more great things.
Faced with the resounding attraction of Start Up, many fans have asked questions: where and for whom is the movie so hot? And since then a series of controversy erupted. Some fans believe that their love for Kim Seon Ho has helped the movie go up day by day. However, there are also many people who dislike because they think that if there are no Bae Suzy – Nam Joo Hyuk couple, Netflix may not even pay attention to the movie.
“Laughs. Netflix wouldn’t buy this movie without Suzy and Nam Joo Hyuk. I’m glad Kim Seon Ho and his new reputation but not for him”
No matter who it is, it cannot be denied that Start Up is the most influential Korean film at the end of 2020.