A gang with the strange name «631» loots catches the survivors like stray dogs and puts on violent shows for their own entertainment. Each gang has a captain and in movie gangs everybody else doesn't like this leader trying to overthrow him. «631» is not an exclusion – their captain,who drinks the remains of Black Label, would long ago resign and leave everyone to be eaten. According to the same genre classics, two sides meet – Jeong-seok with his already new survival band, which we won't tell you about, and the captain with his thugs.
Korean cinema has a certain feature that allows it to enter our screens – the drama is not exhausted and pompous, but quite understandable and realistic. Two-minute scenes in slow motion are hard to perceive when it comes out between action scenes, but here they are organically interwoven, so the viewer can have a pause and take a break. What's even more appealing is the realism of what's happening. It's hard to connect it with the catastrophe-movie, where the country is being poached by a zombie virus, but still the characters are not heroes and their motives are quite understandable.