Regardless of the dynamic quality of class silver screen in Korea, you can check the nation’s zombie movies on the fingers of one hand. Yet, whether it’s asserted model “Let Sleeping Corpses Lie” rip-off “A Monstrous Corpse” or the later “Zombie School” (2014), they’ve all been slapdash and predictable.
Be that as it may, with a MERS pestilence clearing South Korea in 2015 and taking off discontent with defilement and financial uniqueness, a zombie end times serves as a strong moral story for the no nonsense world. In “Seoul Station,” Yeon portrayed a destitute enclave inside the focal train station as the ground zero of a zombie episode. “Train to Busan” grabs the latest relevant point of interest. While the anime’s abrasion of the police and armed force is relaxed in the real life continuation, situations of people and zombies unstably isolated via carriages fittingly symbolize the perilous hole between society’s haves and those who lack wealth.