‘Toy Story 4’ Hits 1 Million in just 4 Days Since its release, Same Rate as ‘Frozen’

Toy Story 4

Disney and Pixar's animated film "Toy Story 4" surpassed the 1 million mark in accumulated attendance four days after its release.

According to the consolidated production network of the Korean Film Council on 23rd, "Toy Story 4" continues to be a box office hit at 1:55 P.M, surpassing the 1 million mark in cumulative attendance.

It is the shortest Disney animated film of all time to reach 1 million. It is the same speed as "Frozen," and is faster than "The Incredible 2" (5th) and "Coco" (6th), and has surpassed the 1 million mark in the shortest period of Pixar animation in history.

"Toy Story 4," which received unanimous praise from the media and critics for its best scale and perfect story in the history of the "Toy Story" series, received overwhelming reviews from audiences at the same time as its release, recording a high rating of 98 percent (6/23 CGV home page) and 9.39 for viewers of Naver movies.

"Toy Story 4," which began its box office run with more than 1 million viewers in its fourth day of release, is currently being screened in theaters across the country for a film about our eternal partner, "Woody," who steps out on the road to find "Forky," who refused to die as a toy and ran away, accidentally meets his old friend "Bo Peep" to find new meaning in life.