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When a zombie outbreak occurs in South Korea, it takes less than a day for the entire country to be overwhelmed by a ravenous horde. Unable to explain the outbreak and equally unable to stop it, the rest of the world can only sit by and watch in horror as the entire Korean peninsula is overrun. To prevent the spread of infection, the nations of the world agree that the only thing to do is quarantine South Korea, permanently. Scrambling to escape the zombies before the borders are closed for good, the uninfected desperately attempt to fight their way out. Among those trying to escape are Marine Captain Jung Seok (Kang Dong Won) and his family. Despite his years of public service, Jung Seok is so intent on escaping that he leaves a desperately struggling Min Jung (Lee Jung Hyun) and her family behind. Four years later, Jung Seok and his brother-in-law, Chul Min (Kim Do Yoon), are still haunted by the terrors of their harrowing escape. Riddled with guilt and looking for a chance at redemption, Jung Seok and Chul Min agree to return to South Korea on a mission to retrieve a very valuable piece of property for a group of Chinese mobsters. Despite the fact that this mission borders on suicidal, the two readily agree to take the job. Now back in Korea once more, Chul Min and Jung Seok quickly learn that zombies aren’t the only ones inhabiting this apocalyptic wasteland. Chased by zombies and hunted by a rogue militia group, Jung Seok and Chul Min’s chances of survival quickly dwindle. Only with the help of those they abandoned four years ago do they stand a chance of getting off this zombie-plagued peninsula alive. A standalone sequel to “Train to Busan” (2016), “Peninsula” is a 2020 zombie action-horror film directed by Yeon Sang Ho.