Adapted From A True Story, ‘Emergency Declaration’ Successfully Reaches 1 Million Viewers In 4 Days


The Film ‘Emergency Declaration’ Is Based On A Real Aviation Disaster Where An Airplane Declares High Alert And Demands An Unconditional Landing.

The new film “Emergency Declaration” has successfully dominated the Korean box office. “Emergency Declaration” is a new disaster film about an unprecedented disaster that arises when a terrorist threat is made to an oncoming flight.

Star-studded, the film “Emergency Declaration” stars Song Kang Ho , Siwan , Lee Byung Hun , Kim Nam Gil , Jeon Do Yeon , Park Hae Joon and Kim So Jin . According to the Korean Film Council, “Emergency Declaration” has officially surpassed 1 million moviegoers at the box office as of August 6 at 2:30 p.m. KST is less than four days after its release on August 3.

“Emergency Declaration” has surpassed 1 million moviegoers at the same rate as this summer’s top hits “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Hansan: Rising Dragon” and trailed behind “Exit” and “Ashfall” which hit records in three day.

The film is based on a real aviation disaster where a plane declares high alert and demands an unconditional landing. Filming resumed on September 12, 2020, after delays due to the resurgence of COVID-19 in August 2020 and was completed on October 24, 2020. The set, made by flying all aircraft waste from the United States. The motif of an early Boeing 777 model, was used to make the set. With the help of a gimbal with a diameter of 7 meters and a length of 12 meters, it is made to rotate 360 ​​degrees.

“Emergency Declaration” first screened outside the competition for the 74th Cannes Film Festival on July 16, 2022. Produced at a cost of 26 billion (USD 19.92 million), it is the seventh highest-grossing Korean film of 2022 by grossing gross of USD 8.57 million and 1.26 million viewers. . . . .