While Hollywood films are postponed due to pandemic, Korean films such as the zombie-apocalypse horror Peninsula (above) are still set to the screens this summer. Photo: Korea Times While Hollywood films are postponed due to pandemic, Korean films such as the zombie-apocalypse horror Peninsula (above) are still set to the screens this summer. Photo: Korea Times
While Hollywood films are postponed due to pandemic, Korean films such as the zombie-apocalypse horror Peninsula (above) are still set to the screens this summer. Photo: Korea Times

Korean films set for summer blockbuster season, with Hero, Mogadishu and Train to Busan sequel Peninsula releases going ahead – despite Coronavirus

While Hollywood has pulled the release of smash sequels Top Gun: Maverick and Ghostbusters: Afterlife, South Korea’s film industry is stocking up the popcorn for big screen seasonal releases, starring Gang Dong-won, Lee Jung-hyun, Song Joong-ki and Kim Tae-ri

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
While Hollywood films are postponed due to pandemic, Korean films such as the zombie-apocalypse horror Peninsula (above) are still set to the screens this summer. Photo: Korea Times While Hollywood films are postponed due to pandemic, Korean films such as the zombie-apocalypse horror Peninsula (above) are still set to the screens this summer. Photo: Korea Times
While Hollywood films are postponed due to pandemic, Korean films such as the zombie-apocalypse horror Peninsula (above) are still set to the screens this summer. Photo: Korea Times
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