The train conductor starts a locomotive on another track but, while trying to save Yon-suk, is also killed by zombies after being pushed by Yon-suk. Seok-woo, Sang-hwa and Yong-guk fight their way to where Su-an, In-gil, Seong-kyeong and the homeless man are hiding. News broadcasts report zombie outbreaks reported as riots nationwide and was attacked by zombies, so they passed it. Seok-woo fights him off, but is himself bitten. The homeless man sacrifices himself to let Su-an and Seong-kyeong escape with Seok-woo into the train the conductor had activated.
Su-an and Seong-kyeong get off at Busan and begin walking through a train tunnel. On 7 August, the film set a record as the first Korean film of 2016 to break the audience record of over 10 million theatergoers. Yon-suk escapes after pushing the train attendant to be killed by the zombies, then does the same with Jin-hee. He puts Su-an and Seong-kyeong inside the engine room and shares his last words with his daughter before moving outside. In the process, Seok-woo, Seong-kyeong, Su-an, and the homeless man are separated from Yong-guk and Jin-hee. Filmmaker , who directed the nominated zombie-comedy , was a big fan of the film.
For her birthday the next day, she wishes for her father to take her to to see her mother. As the train departs, a convulsing young woman boards the train with a bite wound on her leg. A blocked track at forces the survivors to stop and search for another train. Baseball player Yong-guk, cheerleader Jin-hee, who has a crush on him, and several passengers escape to another car. It became the highest-grossing Korean film in , , and. Yon-suk and the train attendant escape the onslaught by hiding in the bathroom. After the train stops at , the surviving passengers find the city and station also overrun, and they hastily retreat back to the train, splitting up into different train cars in the chaos.
It recorded more than 11 million moviegoers in South Korea. South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho is working on a sequel to Train to Busan with the Korean title Bando. Unable to see the new arrivals clearly, the soldiers at the checkpoint are instructed to shoot them. Together, they struggle through the zombie horde to the front train car, where the other passengers are sheltered. However, the soldiers then hear singing, which makes them realize the newcomers are human. It is also available on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video streaming.
They encounter Yon-suk in the motorman's cab, on the verge of turning into a zombie, having been bitten when the train conductor saved him. On September 25, 2018, Deadline reports will be producing the remake with writing the script. The film premiered in the Midnight Screenings section of the on 13 May. The conductor restarts the train to head to Busan, where a quarantine zone has reportedly been established. The film mostly takes place on a train to , as a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaks out in the country and compromises the safety of the passengers. Retrieved 30 August 2017 — via. Sang-hwa and In-gil sacrifice themselves to give the others time to force open the door and enter the car.
When Jong-gil deliberately opens the door to the zombies to be with her zombified sister In-gil due to Yon-suk and the other passengers not wanting the newcomers to be with them in the train car, the zombies kill the rest of the passengers, leaving Seok-woo, Su-an, Seong-kyeong, Yong-guk, Jin-hee and the homeless man safe, as they are in the vestibule. On the other side of the tunnel are soldiers stationed to defend the perimeter against zombies. The virus quickly spreads throughout the train. They board the 101 at. She soon turns into a zombie and attacks a train attendant, who then turns into a zombie. Heartbroken, Yong-guk stays with Jin-hee and is soon bitten by her. Yon-suk demands that the newcomers isolate themselves in the vestibule, and the others follow his lead.
As he zombifies, he thinks of the first time he held his daughter in his arms and throws himself off the locomotive with a smile. . At the instigation of Yon-suk, however, the passengers block the survivors from entering, fearing that they are infected. The film serves as a reunion for Gong Yoo and Jung Yu-mi, who both starred in the 2011 film. . .
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