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Train To Busan

FUCK. THIS. MOVIE. NOBODY TOLD ME I WOULD CRY! WHY DIDN'T ANYONE WARN ME!!??
If anyone wants to watch Train to Busan I watched it on this site ( http://newasiantv.to/#home ) This is where I watch most of my K-Dramas and movies.
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I had seen and love the sad story ! I got the writer's message !
I BALLED MY EYES OUT LIKE ABFUCKING BABY
this movie brings on alllllll the different feels.. its good though very good
i watched it last night and i cried too. i was so damn sad.
The drama is so sad I watch it
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