Peninsula (; marketed in the United States as Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula) is a 2020 South Korean action horror film directed by Yeon Sang-ho. It is a standalone sequel to the 2016 film Train to Busan and follows a soldier who is sent along with his team to retrieve a truck full of money from the wastelands of the Korean peninsula now inhabited by zombies, rogue militia and a nice family.
Marine Captain Jung-seok is driving his elder sister, her husband Chul-min and his nephew Dong-hwan to a ship leaving South Korea, which is being swept by a zombie outbreak. On the way, he encounters a family with a young child who needs a hitch, but he ignores the family's pleas and drives away. In the cabin of the ship, an infected man turns into a zombie and infects numerous people, including Dong-hwan. Jung-seok then unwillingly decides to leave Dong-hwan and his mother behind and stops Chul-min, who returns after getting some supplies, from entering the cabin.
|genre||action horror thriller|
|keywords||abandon ambush drive escape plan even first class flee food truck gunshot wound hong kong incheon infect injured kill marine murder republic of korea marine corps rescue search shoot south korea trap united nations wait zombie horde|
|productionCompany||New Movie Next Entertainment World RedPeter Film|
|publisher||Next Entertainment World Well Go USA|
|theme||korean horror post-apocalyptic south korean zombie|