Actor Gong Yoo talks about a potential sequel to the hit film, “Train to Busan.”
On a recent interview with media outlet Sports Chosun, Gong Yoo jokes about the 10 million ticket sales by saying, “Lately, some people would greet me by saying ‘Congrats on 10 million.’ It has put a bigger weight on my shoulders.”
When asked if he would consider appearing in a sequel, he responds, “I talked about this with Director Yeon Sang Ho, and I told him that I think my character, Seok Woo, might be living somewhere as a zombie.”
He also adds, “However, Director Yeon said that when Seok Woo fell off the train, he broke his neck and died.”
Gong Yoo then says with a laugh, “I suppose since Ma Dong Seok’s character, Sang Hwa, is living as a zombie, they could do a sequel from his character’s perspective.”
The film “Train to Busan” premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival on May and was later released in theaters in July. As of August, the film has set a record as the first 2016 Korean film to break the audience record with 10 million ticket sales.
Meanwhile, an animated film “Seoul Station,” which serves as the prequel to “Train to Busan,” was released in August.
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