The Korean hit film, Train To Busan, is now available from the world’s leading Internet TV service, iflix.
The service offers unlimited access to thousands of TV shows, movies and more. Subscribers in the Philippines can now stream and download the Korean box office hit.
From award winning director Yeon Sang-ho, Train to Busan follows a group of passengers who survive a zombie outbreak while on a speeding train. As the mysterious viral outbreak pushes Korea into a state of emergency, divorced absentee father Seok-Woo, played by award-winning Korean star Gong Yoo (Goblin, Coffee Prince), his daughter Su-an, expecting couple Sang Hwa (Dong-seok Ma – Midnight FM, The Good, The Bad, and The Weird) and Sung Gyeong (Yu-mi Jung – Silenced, Our Sunhi), and a small group of uninfected passengers band together to reach their destination alive.
Nominated for multiple Best Film awards, Train to Busan has broken box office records across Asia and received critical acclaim since premiering at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival’s Midnight Screening.
Hailed as one of the best zombie films ever made, it joins iflix’s exceptional library of popular and highly acclaimed exclusives.
Philippines Country Manager Sherwin Dela Cruz, said, “We’re committed to providing the best entertainment available to our members across the region. Train to Busan, not only appeals to fans of Gong Yoo or Korean dramas, but to sci-fi enthusiasts as well as action buffs. It’s a global hit that transcends genres, and we’re excited to premiere it, only on iflix.”
The service is priced at only P129 per month in the Philippines for unlimited access with no ads.
For new subscribers, iflix offers a complimentary one-month trial with full access to its world-class service, features and content. Go to www.iflix.com to register.
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