Train to Busan It was one of the great releases of the zombie genre in recent times, giving the undead “new life” and introducing a new dynamic to a brutal character who was in decline. Now, it’s four years after the original premieres Zombie Station 2: Peninsula (“Train to Busan 2: The Peninsula”).
Four years after a zombie epidemic broke out, Korea is still infested with monsters, and Jung Seok, a former soldier, manages to escape from the peninsula to Hong Kong. While living as a refugee, ignored by the locals, he accepts a tempting offer from a foreigner that makes him return to his origins.
Consequently, he would be forced to raid Seol to recover a valuable piece. There he discovers that healthy people are still in town, so he must approach his situation in a new way.
The film is directed by Yoon Sang-hoHe is the same director of the first part, who also directed the animated movie “Seoul Station” saga.
Zombie Station 2: Peninsula It lasts for 1 hour and 56 minutes.
Date and time: When will “Zombie Station 2” open in Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and the rest of Latin America?
Sequel to Train to Busan It can be seen starting Thursday, April 1 on the Netflix streaming platform.
Delivery will be available on the service at different times depending on the country you are in:
00:00 hours: United States (Pacific)
The time is 01:00 Mexico time
At 02:00 Peruvian time, Colombia
03:00 Venezuela time, United States (Atlantic)
04:00 Argentine time, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay
07:00 Egypt time: Portugal, United Kingdom
At 08:00 Spain, Italy and France time
Online: Where is “Zombie Station 2” broadcast in Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and the rest of Latin America?
“Train to Busan 2: The Peninsula” Will be available And Netflix And you can see it if you have a subscription to the streaming service.
And if you haven’t seen the popular first installment of the saga, this one too It is in the catalog of the same platform.