A movie that celebrates the 10th anniversary of BIG BANG’s debut has surpassed the 50,000 viewers mark in Korea.

“BIG BANG MADE: The Movie”, a movie released on the 30th of last month in celebration of the 10th anniversary of BIG BANG’s debut, recorded 50,000 viewers as of July 14. That is the highest-ever number for a music documentary film. Now, fans are paying keen attention to whether BIG BANG will be able to keep their promise to hold a guerrilla concert if the movie records 100,000 views.

Plus, as of the same day, the movie recorded 70,000 viewers in Japan, proving BIG BANG’s high popularity in the country. With such great support from fans from around the world, BIG BANG will release “BIG BANG MADE: The Movie” in ten more countries including the United States in L.A., Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong.

“BIG BANG MADE: The Movie” is a film that depicts the journey of BIG BANG’s second world tour “MADE” that drew 1.5 million fans to 66 concerts held in 32 cities in 13 countries in North and Central America, Oceania, and Asia. It is drawing keen attention and interest from fans, as it vividly shows BIG BANG’s fancy performances on the stage acclaimed by fans around the world, as well as their everyday lives.

Notably, the movie is enjoying big popularity for vividly depicting BIG BANG’s concert on the three-side screen and for displaying BIG BANG’s true heart about their serious attitude toward music and performance, gratitude for fans who have been with them for 10 years, and thoughts about the renewal of contract with YG.

Source: Joy News 24 via YG Life