Film Review: Seoul Station (2016) by Yeon Sang-ho

“If I had had a home, I would have never ended up in Seoul station.”

Over the last decade, zombie movies have become something which many had never anticipated: a part of our pop culture. Looking back at the most prominent entries into the genre, from George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead” to Lucio Fulci’s “Zombie Flesh Eaters”, perhaps no none would have thought the undead would be on prime time television, attracting millions of viewers. However, while the themes of films like “28 Days Later”, “The Zombie Diaries” and “The Walking Dead” may have changed, the overall nature of the genre has not been touched. You can even go so far as to say the real artistry behind the zombie genre is truly to paradoxically bring new life, fresh ideas to the shuffling (or sometimes running) zombies.

Interestingly, and maybe due to the development of global pop culture,

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