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Lee Seung Gi and Moon Chae Won′s ′Today′s Love′ Hits 1 Million Views

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2015.01.19 15:22 Newsen Lee So Dam Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Today′s Love has hit a million views.

After just six days since its premiere, Today′s Love, starred by Lee Seung Gi and Moon Chae Won, hit a million audience views.

According to the Korean Film Commission, Today′s Love, which premiered on January 14, hit 1,001,815 views on January 19 at around 1 PM KST.

The time that it took to hit one million views for Today′s Romance is similar to 200 Pounds Beauty, which recorded a total of 6,610,000 views. Looking at the five-day records for both dramas, 200 Pounds Beauty hit 940,000 views on its fifth day, while Today′s Love recorded 970,000, making it a bit speedier.

Lee Seung Gi and Moon Chae Won′s ′Today′s Love′ Hits 1 Million Views

Looking at the speed of a million views for movies of similar genres, All About My Wife (total views: 4,590,000) took 7 days, Architecture 101 (total views: 4,110,000) 8 days, Spellbound (total views: 3,000,000) 10 days, Cyrano Agency (total views: 2,680,000) 9 days, Love 911 (total views: 2,470,000) 7 days, My Love, My Bride (total views: 2,140,000) 9 days. The results are making people wonder if Today′s Love will set a new record.

Premiered on the same day as Today′s Love, Ha Jung Woo and Ha Ji Won′s Chronicles of a Blood Merchant and Ben Stiller′s Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb are keeping the competition alive as Today′s Love fends for first place in the box office.

Today′s Love is Lee Seung Gi′s first movie and is also starred by Moon Chae Won. Directed by Park Jin Pyo, the movie unfolds the story of two people in an ambiguous relationship.

Photo Credit: CJ Entertainment

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