- A group of students created a parody of the Korean thriller movie "Train to Busan"
- The students convincingly mimicked the scene where zombies were attacking
- The video was uploaded on Facebook which immediately went viral gaining more than 770,000 views
On its first week of screening in the Philippines, Korean thriller "Train to Busan" has made its way to the movie charts after receiving an overwhelming response and positive feedbacks from the Filipino audience.
Due to the movie's strong viewership, a group of students created a re-enactment of the thrilling zombie attack from the original movie.
A certain Christine Lustre posted the video of a group of students who were running away from "zombies". At the beginning of a video, a girl successfully bit a boy who was running away from her. The two then started to attack a group of students who were running fast for their lives.
The video was a parody of the movie which entertained netizens and immediately went viral, gaining more than 770,000 views on Facebook with more than 13,000 shares.
Because the movie gained so much popularity in the country, funny memes also emerged on social media.
One of which says: "Train to Taft: Gumising ng maaga. Pero na-late parin."
Another meme says: "Train to Baclaran: Papasok kang sariwa, lalabas kang mandirigma."
Some netizens compared the movie to the train system in the country. One twitter user said: "who needs train to busan when you have train to obosen here in the philippines."
Singer Christian Bautista also joined the "Train to Busan"craze and tweeted: "Sino na nanood Ng train to Busan? Pag nangyari Sa mrt Yun I think maraming di makakagalaw na zombie Sa sobrang sikip hehe."
"Train to Busan" is still showing in theaters nationwide.