Netflix partners with ‘Train to Busan’ director on new series


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  • Sunday, 26 Apr 2020

Director Yeon Sang-ho (left) and a scene from webcomic "Hellbound" (Netflix) – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

Global entertainment giant Netflix is teaming up with star film director Yeon Sang-ho for the serial adaptation of the webtoon Hellbound (working title).

Netflix on Thursday announced that the upcoming series, based on an eponymous South Korean webcomic, will be helmed by Yeon, who directed the megahit zombie flick Train To Busan in 2016 and its sequel Peninsula, due out this summer.

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