Can you draw? Good with Photoshop? Love movies about zombies? Pull out your pens and drawing pads! “Train to Busan: Peninsula” is around the corner. And as part of promotions, Well Go USA is sponsoring a fan art contest.
|WHEN: June 29th – July 27th|
WINNER ANNOUNCED: August 4th
1st Place Prize: Survival Kit, T-shirt, signed poster, $250 Giftcard to Amazon
2nd Place Prize: Survival Kit, T-shirt, signed poster
3rd Place Prize: T-shirt & Signed poster
– Artwork should be related to PENINSULA or TRAIN TO BUSAN.
– Artwork should be submitted as either a JPG or PNG file (landscape or portrait layout).
– Must submit artwork to email@example.com to be considered.
– All artwork must be 100% your own. Please do not use copyrighted content.
– Please note that by submitting your artwork, you give Well Go USA permission to use said art for marketing, advertising and promotion.
– Feel free to use #PeninsulaFanArt when posting on social media.
– To enter the international contest post and use #Peninsula_Artwork
Four Years Later …
It’s four years after South Korea’s total decimation in “Train to Busan,” the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide. Acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us “PENINSULA,” the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world.
Jung-Seok (Gang Dong-won), a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives depend on whether the best — or worst — of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances.
I loved “Train to Busan” even though I’m not a big zombie fan. What drew me in was the idea of two dads, played by Gong Yoo and Ma Dong-seok, just trying to get their families to safety. The sacrifices they made in order to see their babies safe made me cry buckets of tears. I want to see if Yeon Sang-ho finds a way to pull our heartstrings again in “Peninsula.”
I did have to laugh at the trailer when we got our own baby driver. Never underestimate a smart kid. It will be wild to see how the people have changed in four years since the zombie virus took over South Korea. And then there are the zombies. With Gang Dong-won and Lee Jung-hyun playing our leads, this movie will continue the roller-coaster ride that kept us on the edge of our seats in the first movie.
If you still haven’t seen “Train to Busan,” make sure to catch it on Netflix, Prime or rent it from your favorite streaming site. Hold onto your seats because you will not have time to catch your breath. The movie thrills you from one moment to the next. Get into the world Yeon Sang-ho created and get ready for chapter 2.
Well Go USA is the distributor of the film for Canada and North America. You can check out the website for more information and updates on the movie.