Boy group BIGBANG is receiving generous amount of love and appreciation from its Chinese fans. The band released its first ever movie in the country, and the fans are reportedly flocking to make it a huge hit.
Soompi reports that BIGBANG MADE, which was released to mark the 10th anniversary of the South Korean boy band, is breaking all the records of viewership in the country. The report suggests that within hours of its release, the view count shot up to 10 million.
BIGBANG's 10th anniversary film was uploaded on Chinese online video site Tencent on July 25 at midnight. While the movie instantly grabbed eight million viewers, it apparently rose to 10,240,000 views by the morning. In addition, the special documentary-styled movie also boasts of 18, 500 reviews.
As per reports, the114-minute-long film eyes the group's second largest world tour across Asia, America and Oceania from April 2015 until March 2016. Yibada states that the movie in particular showcases "behind-the-scenes footage from the world tour, including the boy group's captivating exhibitions on stage, their respective bare faces, candid discussions and much more."
BigBang's agency, YG Entertainment, told Yonhap: "We vividly filmed their natural aspects without any script at the request of the members. You can see their new aspects ranging from their feelings about contract renewals that fell in the middle of the tour, to their mischievous sides."
Meanwhile, BIGBANG's BIGBANG MADE first hit the theaters in Korea on June 30 and drew more than 55,000 viewers.