A peculiar tale about two families who are worlds apart that portrays a striking reality of the world we live in. Ki Taek and his family are all unemployed. When his eldest son, Ki Woo, begins to give private lessons at the house of a man named Park, the two families begin to interact in unexpected ways.
The Divine Fury
His father's death in an accident during his childhood causes Yong-Hoo to become distrustful of people. He grows up to be a martial arts champion and in an encounter with Priest An, he gains divine power in order to fight off a powerful evil force.
Jongsu bumps into an old friend, Haemi, who asks him to take care of her cat while she travels to Africa. When she returns, she introduces him to Ben, a mysterious man she met in Africa.
Train To Busan
Seok Woo boards a Busan-bound bullet train with his daughter to visit his mother. Every passenger is enjoying their ride, until a young woman with convulsions boards the train and brings an incurable virus that turns most of the passengers into zombies. Seok Woo does his best to fight the zombies off and struggles for survival. He tries to keep his little girl safe, until he gets bitten by a zombie and realizes that he is also now infected.
Despite the risk to his career, a rookie stockbroker gets mixed up with a shady figure who secretly controls the market.
In South Korea in 2008, eight ordinary people of different backgrounds are selected as the first jury in a murder trial.
Long Live The King
A gangster unintentionally becomes a hero in his city, which inspires him to give up a life of crime and eventually become a politician.
The Battle: Roar To Victory
In 1920, a sword master and an expert marksman join the fierce battle takes place between the Korean independence militias and imperialist Japanese forces in Manchuria, China.
Two disabled men, not related to each other, become like brothers after living together for 20 years.