Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

    Genre
    Action, Horror, Thriller
  • Runtime
    116 mins
  • Release Date
    2020
  • Countries
    South Korea
  • Languages
    Korean, English, Cantonese

ANGELIKA’S NOTE

Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in TRAIN TO BUSAN, the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us PENINSULA, the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best—or worst—of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances. "After the gunfire dies down, terror at times gives way to a melancholy that can be quite affecting even if the message remains familiar: We have met the zombie, and it is us" (New York Times).
DIRECTED BY:
Sang-ho Yeon
WRITTEN BY:
Joo-Suk Park, Sang-ho Yeon
CAST INCLUDES:
Jung-hyun Lee, Hae-hyo Kwon, Dong-won Gang, Re Lee

SYNOPSIS

A soldier and his team battle hordes of post-apocalyptic zombies in the wastelands of the Korean Peninsula.

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

    Genre
    Action, Horror, Thriller
  • Runtime
    116 mins
  • Release Date
    2020
  • Countries
    South Korea
  • Languages
    Korean, English, Cantonese
DIRECTED BY
Sang-ho Yeon
WRITTEN BY
Joo-Suk Park, Sang-ho Yeon
CAST INCLUDES
Jung-hyun Lee, Hae-hyo Kwon, Dong-won Gang, Re Lee
Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in TRAIN TO BUSAN, the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us PENINSULA, the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best—or worst—of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances. "After the gunfire dies down, terror at times gives way to a melancholy that can be quite affecting even if the message remains familiar: We have met the zombie, and it is us" (New York Times).

A soldier and his team battle hordes of post-apocalyptic zombies in the wastelands of the Korean Peninsula.