Theatrical release poster
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Peninsula (Korean title: 반도, Bando; marketed internationally as Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula, Train to Busan 2 or Train 2 Busan: Peninsula: The Sequel) is a 2020 action-horror movie directed by Yeon Sang-ho and a standalone sequel to 2016's Train to Busan. The film follows Jung-seok (Gang Dong-won), a former ROKMC officer living in Hong Kong four years after the zombie outbreak in the previous movie was isolated to the Korean Peninsula by a NATO quarantine. Jung-seok and his brother-in-law Chul-min are approached with an offer from the local triads to retrieve a truck containing 20 million US dollars from the abandoned Korea and is promised half of the money, but as the mission goes wrong, the two are left behind in the zombie-infested and bandit-run former nation and must survive.
The following weapons were used in the film Peninsula:
The SIG-Sauer P226 is used by multiple characters throughout the movie.
Jung-seok (Gang Dong-won) aims his SIG in the film's prologue as he goes to investigate the zombie attack in the ship. Despite being a ROKMC officer, he is wearing a US Army OCP ACU, which South Korean marines do not wear.
Jung-seok restrains a zombie while holding his pistol.
Jung-seok attempts to drag his sister away from his infected nephew.
Jung-seok aiming the pistol.
The gun being fired into a zombie.
The triad leader takes out his holstered SIG.
The triad leader (Cha Si-won) firing the pistol as a horde of zombies ambush him and his men.
Joon (Lee Re) holds a UN soldier at gunpoint with her P226.
The Colt M1911A1 appears to be the standard pistol of Unit 631's members, being used by Captain Seo (Koo Kyo-hwan) and Sergeant Hwang (Kim Min-jae).
Captain Seo puts the barrel of the 1911 into his mouth.
As Private Kim enters the room, Captain Seo pretends to fire the gun at him.
Captain Seo holds the 1911 behind his back.
Seo pulls back the slide of the pistol.
Seo picks up the pistol after dropping it earlier in the film.
Sergeant Hwang (Kim Min-jae) takes out his 1911 to kill a zombie.
Sergeant Hwang aiming the 1911.
Hwang holds the 1911 after a crash with another Unit 631 vehicle.
Captain Seo holds Joon at gunpoint with his 1911.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Heavily-customized Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are used by Jung-seok's group at the start of their search for the truck.
Heckler & Koch MP5-N with Navy trigger group, threaded muzzle, railed handguard, RIS foregrip, and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope - 9x19mm
An MP5 on a table in the ship transporting the group to Korea.
Jung-seok puts a magazine into his MP5.
One of the search group's MP5s on a sling.
Jung-seok holds his MP5 as his group searches the truck for the money.
Jung-seok aims his MP5 at the driver's seat after taking care of the infected driver.
The MP5 being fired. A muzzle flash is visible despite the MP5 being equipped with a silencer.
Jung-seok aiming the MP5.
Jung-seok holding the MP5.
The Colt M4A1 is used by multiple characters throughout the movie.
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
Multiple US Army soldiers can be seen holding M4s in the movie's prologue. The lead soldier has a goatee, which is prohibited under US Army grooming regulations.
On the way to South Korea, one of the members of Jung-seok's team holds a customized M4.
A Unit 631 member aims his M4.
Min-jung loading a double magazine. An M4 is seen on the table.
Jung-sook catches Min-jung's M4 after she tosses it to him.
Sergeant Hwang (Kim Min-jae) holding an M4.
Jung-sook's M4 on the ground.
Close-up of the magazines of Jung-seok's M4.
A triad member holds an M4.
The Daewoo K1A is used by Min-jung and her family.
Daewoo K1A with stock collapsed and 30-round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Elder Kim (Kwon Hae-hyo) aims his K1A at Jung-seok.
Min-jung racks the bolt of her rifle.
Kim holds the rifle in a car.
Min-jung racks the bolt of the rifle in the film's climax.
The Daewoo K2 is seen with multiple South Korean soldiers in the film's prologue. Well-worn K2s are also used by the members of Unit 631.
Daewoo K2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
A South Korean soldier holds a Daewoo K2 as refugees board a ship.
More South Korean soldiers hold their K2s at the ship's entrance. They are wearing US Army OCP ACUs, which South Korean soldiers do not wear.
A South Korean soldier equipped with a K2 salutes Jung-seok.
A member of Unit 631 holds his K2.
Another member of the Unit holding his K2.
Another K2 is visible on a member of the Unit as the others toy with Chul-min.
A watchman holding his K2 as he surveys the zombies outside.
DefTech 40mm launcher
The members of Unit 631 use a DefTech 40mm Launcher loaded with flares as a tool for attracting and distracting zombies. At one point, the launcher is shown to fire multiple rounds in succession without being pumped to advance the cylinder.
DefTech 40mm Launcher - 40mm
A Unit 631 member fires flares at Jung-seok's truck to attract the infected to it.
A watchman holds the grenade launcher.
Another member of the unit fires the launcher from a car.
M18 smoke grenade
Jung-seok's group packs M18 smoke grenades for their search of the truck. Jung-seok himself uses the grenades later in the film.
Jung-seok inspects a phone given to him by the triads on the way to Korea. An M18 grenade is seen on the table.
More M18s are seen on the table.
Another shot of the table.
Jung-seok holds onto an M18 strapped to his jacket.
Jung-seok grabs an M18 in the zombie arena shootout.
Jung-seok holds on to Yu-jin in the film's climax. An M18 is seen on his jacket.