Gang Dong-won in a still from Peninsula (category IIB; Korean), directed by Yeon Sang-ho and co-starring Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Min-jae.Gang Dong-won in a still from Peninsula (category IIB; Korean), directed by Yeon Sang-ho and co-starring Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Min-jae.
Gang Dong-won in a still from Peninsula (category IIB; Korean), directed by Yeon Sang-ho and co-starring Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Min-jae.

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Peninsula movie review: Train to Busan meets Mad Max and Escape from New York in disappointing zombie sequel

  • Gang Dong-won heads an all-new cast as an overseas marine coerced to retrieve US$20 million in abandoned cash from zombie-ravaged South Korea
  • While its predecessor was propelled by a breathless immediacy, Peninsula’s prominent action too often feels weightless and cartoonlike

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Gang Dong-won in a still from Peninsula (category IIB; Korean), directed by Yeon Sang-ho and co-starring Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Min-jae.Gang Dong-won in a still from Peninsula (category IIB; Korean), directed by Yeon Sang-ho and co-starring Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Min-jae.
Gang Dong-won in a still from Peninsula (category IIB; Korean), directed by Yeon Sang-ho and co-starring Lee Jung-hyun and Kim Min-jae.
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