Name Professor Course Date Zombie apocalypse It was one chilly morning in the Seoul neighborhood the trees field and hedges shown green as if threatening to bleach the eye a clear warning that the autumn had just begun. The sky was cloudless; the sun showed out with warm bright rays the melodious songs of the birds filled the air as the flowers sparkled in the heavy dew as though beds of glittering jewels. Su-an woke up with a loud yawn as she struggled out of the small bed her face was wrapped in smiles a clear indication that this day was going to be one of her best for the first time they slept under the same roof with her option but to sacrifice for her daughter he let out a loud scream as he charged forward to meet the zombies with a blunt metal in his hands his main intention being to distract them from her daughter he killed them one after the other but their number only kept doubling he soon got tired and the zombies pinned him down. His daughter screamed in pain as they mercilessly feasted on his dad they soon finished and their attention back to her she closed her eyes waiting for the attack rampant shots soon ensued from all directions and when she opened her eyes the army jet was there for her as the only survivor of the zombie apocalypse in Seoul. [...]
The zombie apocalysppe is created by this modified plant. Seok-woo is a divorced workaholic. He lives with his mother and barely spends any time with his daughter Su-an He’s so distant from her that he buys her a Nintendo Wii for her birthday, ignoring that she has one already, and that he’s the one who bought it for her for Children’s Day. To make up for this rather-awkward moment, he agrees to give Su-an what she really wants—a trip to her mother’s home in Busan, 280 miles away. It’s just an hour train ride from Seoul. What could possibly go wrong? Before they even get to their early-morning train ride, Seok-woo and Su-an see a convoy of emergency vehicles headed into Seoul. When they get to the train, conductors, a pair of elderly sisters, a husband and his pregnant wife, an obnoxious businessman (a vision of Seok-woo in a couple decades), and even a baseball team. A woman who’s clearly not well gets on the train just before it departs, and just as something else disturbing but generally unseen is happening in the station above the platform. Before you know it, the woman is taking out the jugular of a conductor, who immediately becomes a similarly mindless killing machine. These are zombies of the “28 Days Later” variety—fast, focused, and violent. They replicate like a virus, turning whole cars of the train into dead-eyed flesh-eaters in a matter of seconds. They are rabid dogs. And you thought your Metra commute was bad. They discover that the undead can’t quite figure out door handles and are mostly blind, so tunnels and lines of sight become essential.