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Peninsula (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A

Lee Jung Hyun (Actor) | Kang Dong Won (Actor) | Lee Re (Actor) | Kwon Hae Hyo (Actor)
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Peninsula (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
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Four years after Train to Busan, director Yeon Sang Ho presents the sequel to the acclaimed zombie movie, Peninsula! Yeon's latest zombie blockbuster features the completely new cast of Kang Dong Won (Golden Slumber), Lee Jung Hyun (The Battleship Island), Lee Re (Miss & Mrs. Cops), Kwon Hae Hyo (Juror 8), Kim Do Yoon (The Wailing), Kim Min Jae (Jo Pil-Ho: The Dawning Rage) and Koo Kyo Hwan (Jane). Peninsula is set in the same universe as Train to Busan, but with different characters and storyline.

Korea has become an isolated country since the zombie outbreak. Four years ago, Marine Captain Jung Seok (Kang Dong Won) and his sister's family boarded a ship to escape the apocalypse, but only he and his brother-in-law Chul Min (Kim Do Yoon) survived. Since then, they've been living as refugees in Hong Kong. One day, Jung Seok and Chul Min go on a mission to return to the peninsula and retrieve a food truck to Incheon. While heading back to the port, they get caught by militia, but Jung Seok is saved by Min Jung (Lee Jung Hyun) and her daughter Jooni (Lee Re). They are determined to survive till the end and escape the zombie-infested peninsula.

This edition comes with special features including trailer, making-of and photo gallery.

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Product Title: Peninsula (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 屍殺半島 (2020) (Blu-ray) (香港版) 尸杀半岛 (2020) (Blu-ray) (香港版) Peninsula (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 半岛 부산행2-반도
Also known as: Train to Busan 2 / Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula 金山行2 / 半島 / 屍速列車: 感染半島 金山行2 / 半岛 / 尸速列车: 感染半岛 Train to Busan 2 / Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula Train to Busan 2 / Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula
Artist Name(s): Lee Jung Hyun (Actor) | Kang Dong Won (Actor) | Lee Re (Actor) | Kwon Hae Hyo (Actor) | Kim Min Jae (Actor) 李貞賢 (Actor) | 姜東元 (Actor) | 李蕊 (Actor) | 權海孝 (Actor) | Kim Min Jae (Actor) 李贞贤 (Actor) | 姜东元 (Actor) | 李蕊 (Actor) | 权海孝 (Actor) | Kim Min Jae (Actor) イ・ジョンヒョン (Actor) | カン・ドンウォン (Actor) | Lee Re (Actor) | クォン・へヒョ (Actor) | キム・ミンジェ (Actor) 이정현 (Actor) | 강동원 (Actor) | 이레 (Actor) | 권해효 (Actor) | 김민재 (Actor)
Director: Yeon Sang Ho 延尚浩 延尚浩 ヨン・サンホ 연상호
Blu-ray Region Code: A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2020-12-09
Language: Cantonese, Korean
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby TrueHD
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray
Video Codecs: AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)
Publisher: Edko Films Ltd. (HK)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1097267693

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* Special Features:
- Trailer
- Making Of
- Photo Gallery

Korea has officially become an isolated country due to the mysterious viral outbreak.
Now, the very last struggle to escape from the abandoned peninsula begins again!
Jung-seok, a former soldier, barely managed to escape the peninsula to Hong Kong. While living as “peninsula refugee” in Hong Kong, being ignored by the local people, Jung-seok accepts a tempting offer from a random foreigner. Jung-seok and his crew head to the peninsula again to accomplish the mission, just to discover a group of non-infected survivors still living in the zombie-occupied peninsula! Will they be able to survive again from the disaster?
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February 28, 2021

After the Zombie Apocalypse
It seems like there have been more Korean zombie productions than you can shake a stick at the last few years, and the film that started the trend was, of course, Yeon Sang Ho's 2016 blockbuster Train to Busan. Arriving four years later, Peninsula is a sequel set four years after the events of Train to Busan. Like Seoul Station, this film tells another side of the zombie story with different characters.

We start out learning that the cautious hope afforded at the end of Train to Busan was for naught, because South Korea was lost in a day and the Korean peninsula has been quarantined by the rest of world. Kang Dong Won plays former soldier Jung Seok who escaped to Hong Kong on one of the last boats out of Korea. Suffering from survivor's guilt and a second-class refugee existence, he agrees to join his brother-in-law on a mission to sneak back into Korea and recover a truck full of U.S. dollars for the mob. When they arrive in Incheon, they are greeted by a desolate homeland covered in overgrowth and zombies that swarm towards light and sound. There is also a brutal militia of rogue soldiers who are eager to kill them. When things quickly go south, Jung Seok is rescued by two young girls, including Lee Re as the meanest driver on the streets. Along with the girls' mother (Lee Jung Hyun) and grandfather (Kwon Hae Hyo), Jung Seok sets out to recover the truck (and satellite phone) from the militia, so they can get off the peninsula alive.

Peninsula doesn't have Train to Busan's high-concept impact or Seoul Station's unrelentlessly harrowing exploration of human depravity, but it falls somewhere in between with plentiful action scenes and a dark vision of post-apocalyptic society. The film is at its best when it's in motion, whether ploughing through zombies in thrilling car chases or exchanging blows and gunfire on the ground. Though character development is relatively thin, Lee Jung Hyun and Lee Re are excellent as the straight-talking, resourceful mother-daughter duo who survive on their own terms, while Koo Gyo Hwan (Seo Dae Wi) is haunting as the desperate, tortured antagonist.

Like many Korean commercial films, Peninsula lays on the feelings at the start and end, allowing long pauses for overblown moments of emotion and sacrifice that make you want to yell "Move now, mope later!" at the screen. Train to Busan also had these moments, but they were more well-earned because of the stronger connection with the characters. Though Peninsula doesn't connect that well emotionally, the overall darkness of the film, both thematically and aesthetically, falls more in line with Yeon Sang Ho's animated works. The dystopian vision of a fallen Korea and cruel human nature provides contrast with Train to Busan's beginning of the end, when hope and humanity were still in sight amid the zombie carnage.

Peninsula may be the weakest of Yeon Sang Ho's three zombie films, but it's a worthwhile extension to this storytelling universe. The three films act as companion pieces to provide a multifaceted take on the same zombie outbreak. Each film not only tells different experiences with different characters, but it also does so in a different way. Train to Busan and Seoul Station showed the start of the zombie apocalypse, and Peninsula shows what comes after.

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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10 (1)
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May 11, 2021

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