Sok-woo, a father with not much time for his daughter, Soo-ahn, are boarding the KTX, a fast train that shall bring them from Seoul to Busan. But during their journey, the apocalypse begins, and most of the earth's population become flesh craving zombies. While the KTX is shooting towards Busan, the passenger's fight for their families and lives against the zombies - and each other.Written by
On 7 August 2016, the film set a record as the first Korean film of 2016 to break the audience record of over 10 million theatre goers. See more »
Everyone seems to be able to make and receive calls with ease. In reality, a national emergency with chaos on that level would surely cause the national cellphone network to overload, and that's ignoring the many cellphone masts that would be abandoned by technicians or overrun by zombie attacks. See more »
Hey, arsehole. Felt good to see your kid thanks to me? Are you grateful or what?
Why is your ringtone so tacky?
What's wrong with it?
How do I change it?
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The Indian cinema version is a minute shorter than the original version with a few violent zombie shots being censored. See more »
Is this really a zombie film? I am not a genre expert so I am wondering whether this is truly a zombie film: the hordes have never been buried. Also, it seems that infection comes as a result of an airborne virus and not through contact.
The acting is fine. I also like the theme of greedy capitalist industrialist not caring for society.
Finally, to the comments: the schoolgirl but I think she is not a cheerleader. She is dressed in her school uniform because this is field trip.
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