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A homeless man who sleeps at the Seoul tube station collapses and dies on the street, only to rise up as a zombie. Soon the streets are swarming with infested attackers and the zombie outbreak begins. Against this backdrop, Hye-sun, already a runaway from home, is now running away from her boyfriend, who suggests selling her services online.

Yeon Sangho combines horror with biting social criticism of Korean society and class attitudes toward the poor. Seoul Station is South Korea’s first animated zombie film and it lays the foundation for the same themes that Yeon Sangho develops further in his live-action, zombie blockbuster Train to Busan.

Sunday, September 18th, 10:15pm at the Star St-Ex

Saturday, September 24th, 11:00am at the Star St-Ex

Sunday, September 25th, 6:00pm at the Star


Countries: South Korea

Year: 2016

Duration: 1hr 32

Version: Korean, with English and French subtitles

Rating: 12+

Cast & Credits

Director: Yeon Sangho

Producers: Lee Dong-ha, Youngjoo Suh, Yeon Sangho

Screenplay: Yeon Sangho

Cinematography: Ryun Ki-hyun

Editing: Yeon Sangho, Lee Yeon-jung

Music: Jang Yeong-gyu

Cast: Ryu Seung-ryong, Shim Eun-kyung, Lee Joon