|What made this Korean zombie blockbuster movie which is definitely unfamiliar to Korean people successful? Overall, this is a quite well-made movie, though it still has some bad moments||Let's take a look at this movie|
|I believe this movie will be a new beginning for Korean blockbusters||For example, before they claim the infected will only attack if they see you, Sang-hwa traps an infected man in the toilet and it still tries to attack him, despite not being able to see him|
Yes, I can get mad at bad guys but I don't want to get annoyed at them.
|Ironically, the secret lies in familiarity||Also, it is clearly shown that the doors aren't automatic as the handle needs to be pulled down, but eventually they realise that the infected can't open doors, but during the initial outbreak several do so with ease|
|While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan||Then, this gives a food for thought|
While the KTX is shooting towards Busan, the passenger's fight for their families and lives against the zombies - and each other.2
|However, because there are no other precedents, you can't tell whether it's going to succeed or not||Selfishness, altruism, violence, love and much more are being depicted in this movie|
|While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan||Money is the biggest problem, of course|
And Korean people are quite accustomed to these elements.