字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Over the years, Korean filmmakers have shown their strength in the genres of romance, history, action and psychological thrillers. Well, now we can add to that list... zombie apocalypse. The new film "Train to Busan" has set Korea's all-time record for the most-watched movie at cinemas in a single day. According to box office figures from the Korean Film Council, on Saturday alone Korea's most hotly anticipated summer flick sold more than 1-point-2-8 million tickets... to beat the previous record holder, "Roaring Currents." Only in its fourth day of release on Saturday, Train to Busan had been seen by more than 4-point-1 million people. Director Yeon Sang-ho's latest effort depicts a group of passengers trying to escape a mysterious virus while on board a train bound for Busan, a southern port city that has, in the film, reportedly fended off a nationwide outbreak.