Train to Busan 2016
Title: Train to Busan
Original title: Busanhaeng
Release year: 2016
Country: South Korea

While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.

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Rated 4 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5

“Train to Busan” is a 2016 South Korean movie directed by Yeon Sang-ho. The movie is a zombie thriller that tells the story of a group of passengers who are trapped on a train during a zombie outbreak in South Korea.

The movie is well-made and entertaining, with great cinematography and a strong cast of actors. The characters are well-developed, and the movie does a good job of building tension and suspense as the passengers fight to survive and escape the zombie-infested train.

One of the strongest aspects of the movie is its use of social commentary. The movie highlights issues such as class inequality, government corruption, and the dangers of unchecked capitalism. The zombies are portrayed as a metaphor for the social decay and moral bankruptcy of society.

Overall, “Train to Busan” is a thrilling and thought-provoking movie that is well worth watching. It combines the excitement of a zombie movie with a smart and engaging story, making it one of the best zombie movies of recent years.

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Director: Sang-ho Yeon
Actor: Baik Seung-hwan,Beom-jun Jeon,Bit-na Gil,Cha Cheong-hwa,Chae-hee Jo,Chae-i Lee,Chae-Ryeong Lee,Chae-won Jun,Chae-Yeon Yoon,Chang-gyu Kim,Chang-ho Lee,Chang-hwan Kim,Chang-Seok Oh,Chang-soo Choi,Chan-ho Kim,Cho-hee Kim,Choi Hyun-joon,Choi Woo-sik,Choon-ho Jo,Dae-Heum Na,Dae-Hyun Kim,Dae-Yong Kim,Danbi Kim,Dan-bi Kim,Do-gun Lee,Do-Hyun Jang,Do-im Woo,Do-jun Kim,Dong-Hwan Kim,Dong-Hyun Ji,Doo-Hwan Shin,Eun-hee Kim,Eun-ji Go,Eun-kyung Kim,Eun-mi Jo,Eun-Young Choi,Eun-Young Ryu,Ga-i Kwon,Geum-Soon Kim,Geun-Young Baek,Geun-Young Kim,Gong Yoo,Gwang-Hoon Lee,Gwang-nam Choi,Gwang-su Park,Gwi-hwa Choi,Gwi-rye Kim,Ha-bi Jo,Hae-sun Hong,Han Ji-Eun,Han-Wool Lee,Ha-Yeong Kim,Hee-Ryeon Jeon,Hee-Young Kim,Hoi-Dong Jung,Hoon Jang,Ho-Yeon Kim,Hwa-Yeon Bae,Hye-jin Choi,Hye-jin Park,Hyeong-Seok Kim,Hye-rim Kim,Hye-Yeong Moon,Hyuk-bin Im,Hyuk-jae Kwon,Hyung-uk Kim,Hyun-ho Kim,Hyun-su Jo,Il-Yeong Kim,In-gu Heo,In-gyu Kim,In-Kwon Baek,In-sun Choi,Jae-Deok Jung,Jae-gyu Park,Jae-hee Yoo,Jae-Hoon Yoo,Jae-rok Kim,Jaeun Koo,Jae-won Ahn,Jang Hyuk-jin,Jang-Hyun Park,Je-Hyuk Park,Jeong Yeong-gi,Jeong-Cheol Lee,Jeong-hee Kim,Ji-han Kim,Ji-hee Yoon,Ji-hoon Son,Ji-Hoon Son,Ji-Hyuk Song,Ji-Hyun Kim,Ji-Myung Yoon,Jin-wan Byun,Jin-Wook Kim,Jin-yong Kim,Ji-Seon Lee,Ji-Yeon Kim,Ji-Yoon Ha,Jo-ah Lee,Jo-min Kim,Jong-Beom Park,Jong-Gwan Park,Jong-ha Kim,Jong-Hoon Im,Jong-Hyun Lee,Joo-Kyung Jo,Joong-ok Lee,Joon-Hong Kim,Joon-Hyung Hwang,Joon-pyo Hong,Joo-sil Lee,Joo-Young Maeng,Jun-ee Pyun,Jung Kim,Jung Suk-yong,Jung Yu-mi,Jung-woo Baek,Jung-Wook Eom,Kim Eui-sung,Kim Joo-hun,Kim Kye Hyung,Kim Tae-ho,Kim Yoon-joo,Ki-Seok Kim,Kwak Hye Jin,Kwang-Hyun Joo,Kyung-mi Kim,Lee Dong-ha,Lee Yoon-sang,Ma Dong-seok,Mi-hee Park,Mi-Joong Yoon,Min-Gyoo Choi,Min-Hyuk Park,Min-Hyup Jun,Min-sang Kim,Min-Seob Jung,Min-Seok Kim,Min-sik Lee,Min-woo Park,Min-Yong Son,Mi-ran Lee,Moon-Hyung Lee,Moon-Seong Jang,Myung-jun Park,Ok Joo-Ri,Park Myung-shin,Roo-han Kim,Ru-da Lee,Sang-gyu Lee,Sang-Gyun Han,Sang-ho Yeon,Sang-Hyun Ryu,Sang-mi Park,Sang-ok Lee,Sang-woo Nam,Se-Jeong Park,Se-mi Park,Seo-in Jung,Seo-jun Lee,Seong-bae Park,Seong-min Park,Seong-rok Ryu,Seong-Shik Choi,Seong-soo Han,Seong-woo Heo,Seong-woo Jo,Seung-bae Kim,Seung-hee Oh,Seung-Yong Shim,Shi-Hoon Eom,Shim Eun-kyung,Sohee,So-Jung Park,Soo-Jeong Choi,Soo-jung Ye,Sook-Myung Park,Su-an Kim,Suk-bin Lee,Sun-Hwan Lee,Sun-hye Kim,Sun-Hyung Kim,Tae-eun Oh,Tae-Kyeong Kim,Tae-min Jang,Tae-Seok Kim,Tae-wan Song,Tae-Yeong Kim,Tae-Yoon Kim,Tae-Yoon Lee,Terri Doty,Wang-do Kim,Wi-Sang Jo,Won-jin Kim,Won-jin Lee,Won-sun Lee,Woo-Sung Choi,Ye-eun Jun,Yeong Im,Yeong Jeon,Yeong-in Jeon,Yeong-jae Kim,Yeong-jin Son,Yeong-seo Kim,Yeon-Jung Kim,Yeon-Shil Han,Yeon-woo Nam,Yong-bok Park,Yong-Chae Kwon,Yong-gon Lee,Yong-Hoon Choi,Yong-Hwan Song,Yong-Shik Jung,Yoo Kim,Yoo-joo Kim,Yook-Heon Lee,Yoo-Kyung Hwang,Yool-ho Kim,Yoon-ha Seo,Yoon-Seok Dong,Yoon-Yong Kim,Yoo-sun,Young-Cheol Shin,Young-sam Kim,Yu-el Choi,Yul Lee