Now that the trailer is out, I believe that the Whole Korean Peninsula is wiped out and left abandoned for a good 4 years now, I guess this timeline would have to redone after the movie comes out
This timeline is basically a fanfiction timeline before the sequel was announced. I opted to go the 28 Days Later route where the zombie apocalypse does not last long.Now that the trailer is out, I believe that the Whole Korean Peninsula is wiped out and left abandoned for a good 4 years now, I guess this timeline would have to redone after the movie comes out
I wonder how the COVID-19 epidemic goes in South Korea ITTL--I can see the Korean military quarantining Daegu at the first sign of outbreak there, along with even more mass testing, as no one wants a repeat of the Seoul zombie outbreak (even though COVID-19 is less lethal than that)...
I'd say the COVID-19 Pandemic would be butterflied away in this timeline. The Chinese Communist Party with all their craziness and mad hold on power would have been knocked into their senses to act rapidly once it appears in November 2019 ITTL (if if does even appear).It is also safe to say that the COVID-19 Epidemic would be take more seriously.
In my fanfic timeline, I think it would be around 1-3 million. I went for the 28 Days Later approach.What's the population of Korea after the K-Z Virus and Containment? The 7 million casualty figures seems very low given South Korea's heavy population density and lack of personal firearms.
I'm honestly excited for itSecond trailer for Peninsula released three days ago. Now I am 50-50 for this film. The trailer does not look too promising as it becomes a generic post-apocalyptic film, something like Resident Evil: Extinction, Mad Max, and Doomsday. I have a feeling it won't have the same character development as Train to Busan and it's animated prequel, Seoul Station.
What are your thoughts to the new trailer @Unknown @Ukron @HanEmpire @TrashMammal2019 ?