How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse: Train to Busan Edition


Train to Busan is a Korean thriller film that became a massive hit when it was released. Watching the film gave us the rush of different emotions; we laughed, screamed, cried, got angry, got frustrated, and were moved. It is about a couple of passengers who fought to survive a zombie outbreak. Only a few made it to Busan, which proved that the possibility of surviving a zombie apocalypse is very slim. Here are some tips that may help increase your chances of survival:


  1. Zombies Can’t See When It’s Dark. Zombies tend to be blind when it’s dark. Knowing this information, you can survive by staying in dark places at all times. They will only rely on their hearing senses which you can use as an opportunity to save yourself by creating noises on the opposite side of where you are.


  1. Baseball Bat Is Useful As A Weapon. Baseball bats are made up of wood or sometimes metal. In the movie, it is their sole weapon. They used it to kill or knock out the zombies. When times get tough, don’t forget that baseball bats can be used as alternative for guns.


  1. Don’t Be Selfish and Make Friends. Having friends in situations like a zombie apocalypse may help you survive. It’s always better to have someone watching your back than being all alone. Don’t just think of yourself because during dreadful situations, friends will try to save you. Do not turn your back on others like the self-centered businessman who still died in the end. (Haha!)


  1. Be Ready to Run. You can never be certain that a place is safe. Always be ready to run because zombies are fast too. They will run as long as they can, even though their legs are broken or their ankles are twisted.

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