The guard post
The guard post, a 2008 film, directed by Kong Suchang, opens with Sergeant Major ‘Seong Gyunoh’ leading a team of Korean soldiers on a mission to investigate a guard post on the border between South Korea North and South Korea. Seemingly deserted, the post soon reveals a multitude of unexplained corpses. The group eventually encounters the Sole Survivor, who alerts them to a danger awaiting them, a deadly virus that awaits everyone. Unlike most zombie movies, this one has a well-defined plot and well-balanced characters.
A high school girl (Kim Jiwon) kidnapped by a killer (Yoo Yeonseok) is forced to tell him four horror stories to stay alive. Among the foursun and moon, plane of fear, Kongji, Patzziand Ambulancethe latest story revolves around a zombie outbreak in the city where five survivors board an ambulance, but are they all spared? Horror story was a 2012 release.
by Kim Seokjung zombie schoolreleased in 2014, starring Baek Seobin, Kim Seunghwan, Ha Eunsul, Kim Kyeongrong, Park Jaehoon, Cha Minjee, Seo Joon, and Lee Solgu, is a horror-action film about “Chilsung School” where students do Team up against teachers who turn into zombies after being bitten by zombie pigmen.
The ‘Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival’ 2016 featured Seoul Station, a South Korean zombie anime film written and directed by Yeon Sangho. It serves as a prelude to the film Train to Busan, illustrating how the South Korean zombie outbreak began. A young runaway must struggle to survive in a world that views her as trash in this film set in and around Seoul Station. ‘Suk Gyu’ is looking for his runaway daughter ‘Hye Sun’ who he discovers is still alive and earning a living as a prostitute. A zombie apocalypse hits Seoul just as he is about to find her.
Train to Busan
Train to Busan a gruesome 2016 zombie thriller follows a group of terrified passengers trapped inside a blood-soaked bullet train as they try to get to a safe zone while battling a wide-spread viral outbreak national. Gong Yoo, Jung Yumi, Ma Dongseok, Kim Suan, Choi Wooshik, Ahn Sohee and Kim Euisunge share screen space in the film, which premiered in the Cannes Film Festival’s “Midnight Screenings” segment.. Train to Busan is considered one of the most successful horror thrillers of all time.
Often referred to as Na Hong Jin’s masterpiece, The Lamentations begins with a plague of madness and continues to do so as a stranger arrives in a small village and a mysterious disease spreads. Police Sergeant ‘Jong Goo’ (Kwak Dowon) gets caught up in the situation and forced to solve the mystery in order to save his daughter. Jong and the local police are perplexed by a series of grotesque and incomprehensible murders and the killers who all seem to have symptoms of zombies, crazies, inhumans, bloodthirsty and demonic. The Lamentations came out in 2016.
This 2018 South Korean zombie film directed by Kim Sunghoon mixes historical politics with supernatural elements. Prince of Joseon, ‘Lee Chun’ (Hyun Bin) is accused of treason against the court and exiled to a remote place in the country. When he returns, he discovers that the stories of a group of rebels trying to usurp the country are false and stumbles upon flesh-eating zombies raging and wreaking havoc at night.
The Odd Family: Zombie For sale
Lee Minjae’s South Korean zombie comedy The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale is about “Hyun Woo” (Jung Garam), a zombie who surfaces as a result of an illegal human experiment gone wrong. A Korean family meets Hyun, the zombie, and plans to take advantage of him, especially after discovering that their “old” father’s newfound masculinity is the result of the zombie’s bite. Only “Hye Gul” (Lee Sookyung), the youngest daughter in the family, begins to like Hyun and names him “Jjongbie, the pet”. The film was released in 2019 and was well received by audiences.
In the Peninsula (following Train to Busan) a 2020 thriller film directed by Yeon Sangho, a former soldier “Jung Seok” (Gang Dongwon) and his team embark on a mission to retrieve a truck carrying $20 million from the Korean Peninsula, now inhabited by zombies. As part of the 25th “Busan International Film Festival”, the film was screened in the Panorama section on October 21, 2020.
by Cho Ilhyung Living, a 2020 release, starring Yoo Ahin and Park Shinhye, is about a city under threat from a zombie outbreak. “Joon Woo” (Yoo Ahin) and “Yoo Bin” (Park Shinhye) struggle to survive in a quarantined residential compound surrounded by people infected with the virus. As the situation spirals out of control and all means of communication are cut off, more and more people turn into monsters, with the two sparing no effort to stay alive.