As a sign of thanks for the success of "Doctor Strange" in South Korea, Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton send some sweet thank you videos to all their fans!
24 Nov 2016 - 12:13 PM  UPDATED 24 Nov 2016 - 12:13 PM

With iis stunning visuals, intriguing premise, and winning performances for the cast, Marvel's latest film "Doctor Strange" has been a massive success around the world, particularly in South Korea where the movie reportedly was attended by over 5 million moviegoers.

As a sign of thanks for the success of "Doctor Strange" in South Korea, the film's leading stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton each posted up sweet video messages to all their fans!

Cumberbatch was gracious for all the support in South Korea before relaying his hopes to visit the country to thank fans in person when the next "Doctor Strange" and "The Avengers" films are released. Most adorably, Cumberbatch also made sure to include the popular "finger heart" gesture - albeit in a cute and slightly incorrect way - that most Korean stars use these days!

As for Swinton, she started off her video by greeting everyone with some Korean before sending her love and thanks to all their fans in South Korea.

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