Zombie thriller, “Train to Busan” set multiple box office records in South Korea and seems an unstoppable force.

Officially opening on 1,785 screens on Wednesday, “Train” earned $34.3 million from 4.75 million admissions over its opening five day run. That represented 75% of the total weekend box office.

Including $4.29 million from the previous week’s preview screenings, the NEW release has accumulated $38.6 million from 5.31 million admissions. Among its records are one for the highest single day gross $9.90 million from 1.28 million admissions — in Korean history

The previous week’s winner “Now You See Me 2” earned $3.38 million between Friday and Sunday for a total of $19.5 million after two weekends on release.

Animated titles, “Ice Age: Collision Course,” “Finding Dory,” and “Yokai Watch: Enma Daio to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan!” took places three to five

“Collision” earned $1.66 million between Wednesday and Sunday. Its opening score is lower than that of the franchise’s third and fourth instalments. Disney’s “Dory” earned $1.14 million for a cumulative of $14.5 million after three weekends. Locally released by CJ Entertainment, Toho’s “Yokai Watch” debuted with a five-day score of $937,000.

CJ’s “Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River” dropped to sixth. The period drama now has $14 million after three weekends.