‘Train To Busan’ sequel ‘Peninsula’ has emotions in action scenes


New Delhi:’Train To Busan’ sequel ‘Peninsula’ has emotions in action scenes. Filmmaker Yeon Sung-ho says he infused emotions in the action scenes of his upcoming Korean zombie thriller, Peninsula because he was confident that actor Gang Dong-won will be able to pull it off.’Train To Busan’ sequel ‘Peninsula’ has emotions in action scenes.” Peninsula” is a sequel to the 2016 global hit, “Train To Busan”. Also starring Lee Jung- Hyun, the sequel is set four years after the virus outbreak in Korea as shown in “Train To Busan”, and follows a former soldier who is sent along with his team to retrieve a truck full of money from the wastelands of the Korean peninsula, which is now inhabited by zombies.

“We created a character only Gang Dong-won can pull off by asserting plenty of emotions even in action scenes. Emotions conveyed with his eyes are so full that you can’t help but get sucked in,” Sung-ho said.

Talking about getting Jung-Hyun on board, the director said: “For the role of Min-jung, Lee Jung-Hyun was the first actress I thought of.”

To this, Lee added: “I was so incredibly happy that the character I envisioned, from concept to styling, matched to the tee with what Director YEON was thinking of.”



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