Tuesday, 20 September 2016


I had wanted to see this movie since beginning of summer when it was annouced. Not that I'm a fan of zombies but it looked like a fun movie to watch. It grew stronger as it got more interest in media and it became the highest sold movie.
Although it is supposed to be scary I found some scenes hilarious. But some things really annoyed me too, as they became so Korean, I wondered, I hope they can see that they do have a problem in the society. And not only look at it as "this is just a movie". Some scenes really showed how Korean the movie is. Not that it's bad but more, this needs to change!
I think the movie was well made and it was interesting to see it until the  end! Worth watching for sure.


English Title: Train to Busan
Release dates:
20 July 2016 (South Korea)
22 July 2016 (United States)
Running time: 118 minutes
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Directed by: Yeon Sang-ho
Produced by: Lee Dong-ha
Written by: Park Joo-suk

Seok-Woo (Gong Yoo) is a fund manager in Seoul. He is separated from his wife and lives with his daughter Soo-An (Kim Soo-Ahn). Seok-Woo doesn't spend much time with his daughter or show affection to her. On the night before Soo-An's birthday, Soo-An insists on seeing her mother for her birthday. Seok-Woo has no other choice, but to take her to Busan. Early the next morning, they board the KTX train for Busan at Seoul Station.

Before the KTX train leaves Seoul Station, a zombie like girl jumps onto the train. The girl is infected with a horrific virus that is spreading like wildfire. Seok-Woo, Soo-An and the other passengers on the KTX train must now fight for their lives.

Gong Yoo as Seok-woo
Kim Su-an as Su-an
Jung Yu-mi as Sung Kyung
Ma Dong-seok as Sang-hwa
Ahn So-hee as Jin-hee
Choi Woo-shik as Young-gook
Kim Eui-sung as Yong-suk

Info @ wiki

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