Mark Millar may visit KoreaBritish comic book writer Mark Millar, the original creator of “The Secret Service,” has hinted that he will visit Seoul sometime within the year.
“Kingsman: The Secret Service,” the film adaptation by Matthew Vaughn, has attracted more than 4 million moviegoers so far at theaters nationwide.
“OK, I am so excited that Kingsman is already at $25 [million] in [South] Korea that I’ve added that fine country to my Asian tour plan this year!” the comic book writer tweeted on Wednesday.
According to 20th Century Fox, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” has become the biggest R-rated foreign release in Korea by earnings.
The thriller centers upon a street kid taken in and trained by a veteran spy to later stands against a global threat.
BY SUNG SO-YOUNG