The blockbuster South Korean zombie drama film “Train to Busan” starts streaming on Netflix Philippines today — the 41st birthday (42nd in Korean age) of its lead star Gong Yoo.

The movie features the story of a father and his daughter in a terrifying train journey as they try to get to Busan, the only city in the country that’s still safe from a zombie outbreak.

“The highest-grossing film locally in 2016, this blockbuster is Korea’s first zombie movie to become a box office hit,” Netflix’s note on “Train to Busan” says.

Watch the trailer of “Train to Busan”:

“Peninsula,” the sequel to “Train to Busan,” is set to be released in Seoul on July 15.

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Ederic is a Filipino communications worker in the telecom, media, and technology industry. He has been blogging since 2001 and tweeting since 2007.

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