“Peninsula”, Sequel to “Train to Busan” Begins Production

“Peninsula”, the highly anticipated sequel to “Train to Busan” began production last month.

According to Pierce Conran of the Korea Film Council, the movie takes place four years after the events of “Train to Busan”, and will focus on several individuals fighting to survive as they try to escape a land that has become overrun with zombies.

Gang Dong-won will play Jung-suk and Lee Jung-hyun will play Min-jung, characters who put their lives on the line against the undead.

Lee Re and Kwon Hae-hyo will play characters in Min-jung’s crew, while Kim Min-jae and Koo Kyo-hwan are on board as military figures with different agendas.

The movie will once again be directed by Yeon Sang-ho.

No set release date has been mentioned.

blank
Haps Staff
Is there something you'd like to see featured in Haps? Drop us a line: [email protected]

Subscribe to our newsletter

Twice-weekly updates to your inbox

The Latest

Almost All People in Contact With Confirmed High School Student Test Negative for Coronavirus

Busan Health Authority announced yesterday that 175 out of 177 people in contact with the most recently confirmed high school student, confirmed patient number 144, have tested negative, with two others scheduled to be tested.

Busan Destinations: Beautiful Sunsets at Amisan Mountain Observatory Park

Some of Busan's finest, most awe-inspiring sunsets can be found on Dadaepo Beach, in Saha-gu (district), located in the far southwestern corner of the city at Amisan Mountain Observatory Park.
Busan
clear sky
16 ° C
16 °
16 °
59 %
1kmh
0 %
Mon
19 °
Tue
23 °
Wed
23 °
Thu
25 °
Fri
25 °

Dine & Drink

Travel