Seoul Station is a South Korean animated zombie film directed by Yeon Sang-ho. Released on August 18, 2016, the film stars Ryu Seung-ryong, Shim Eun-kyung and Lee Joon in the lead roles. The film was shown at the 2016 Edinburgh Film Festival.Taking place in and around Seoul station, a man sleeping rough is the catalyst for a zombie apocalypse. Through this a young runaway woman must try to survive in a world that sees her as disposable. The story revolves around two main characters: Suk-gyu (voiced by Seung-ryong Ryu), a father who searches for his runaway daughter (Hye-Sun, voiced by Shim Eun-kyung), only to discover she has become a prostitute. Just as he was about to be reunited with her, a zombie epidemic breaks out in Seoul.The film begins in front of Seoul Station’s terminal building as a bloodied man collapses. A fashionable young man, in the middle of telling his friend how he believes in universal healthcare, steps forward to look but gives a cold shoulder after seeing that it is just a “stinky homeless guy”. The dying man’s younger brother runs around to ask help from the people, yet the people refuse. Further, he is frowned at by social workers, denigrated by police officers and roughed up by hoodlums.