Netflix’s new film Space Sweepers is garnering much attention by conducting an unusual marketing campaign called the “space garbage crash-landing.”
An unidentified waste was found in the middle of downtown Seoul a few days ago. At the scene of the crash-landing located at Gangnam Station, debris that seemed to have fallen from a spaceship is scattered all over the place, creating a spectacular view. This unique attraction is a marketing project of Space Sweepers, scheduled to be unveiled on February 5.
The scene is surrounded by a yellow police tape along with a notice that reads, “On February 5, Space Sweepers will be collecting it.” On January 11, a “space garbage research” performance was also held. The investigators in white protective clothes busily moved around the scene to investigate the identity of the fuming garbage waste, and the scene was surrounded by reporters. Currently, pictures of the “space garbage crash-landing” are spreading on social media, raising expectations for the movie.
Space Sweepers, set in the year 2092, is about the crew of space junk collector ship The Victory jumping into a dangerous deal after discovering a humanoid robot named Dorothy that’s known to be a weapon of mass destruction.