Updated: Mar 29
Spider-Man: No Way Home is No. 1 in this week's Korean Box Office glory. Spider-Man: No Way Home is the sequel to the 2019 film Spider-Man: Far From Home, and the 27th work of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The movie begins with the scene where Mysterio framed Spider-Man as a murderer and revealed his identity. Peter, MJ, Ned, and his aunt May are investigated by the police because of Peter Parker, who has drawn attention from people around him. Daredevil, whose main job is a lawyer, tells Peter that he is not charged with insufficient evidence, but the public criticizes Spider-Man as a murderer.
Peter, who is frustrated with entering MIT, visits Dr. Strange and asks him to change his past, but he is rejected. Instead, Dr. Strange makes a different proposal to Peter, and others have decided to eliminate the memory that Peter is Spider-Man. Peter asks Dr. Strange not to remove his friends' memories, but Peter's actions interfere with Dr. Strange's incantation. Rather, the story of Spider-Man: No Way Home unfolds in earnest as villians of the parallel universe moves into the universe where Peter lives.
The director of this movie is John Watts. The movie stars Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. Director John Watts made Our Robocop Remake (2014), Clown (2014), Cop Car (2015), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) widely known worldwide. As of January 26, 2022, Spider-Man: No Way Home's cumulative sales are 72,244,784,470 won. Spider-Man: Far From Home, released in Republic of Korea on July 2, 2019, has cumulative sales of 68,889,175,720 won. Considering that the start of the pandemic in Republic of Korea was 2020, Spider-Man: No Way Home has been an incredible success. The Korean film market is still attractive because it is earning greater sales than before in Pandemic.