Festive Walk Cinemas will hold exclusive advance screenings of "Train to Busan 2: Peninsula" this weekend.
The advance screenings of the much-awaited sequel of the 2016 hit Korean zombie film "Train to Busan" are scheduled in Festive Walk Iloilo cinemas on August 1 and 2 at 5 p.m.
Festive Walk Cinemas will be the first-ever indoor cinema in the country to resume operations under the new normal.
"Train to Busan 2: Peninsula" is currently the no. 1 movie in South Korea with the biggest opening day-record this year, starring Kang Dong Won, Lee Jung Hyun, Kwon Hae Hyo, and Lee Re.
To ensure the safety of moviegoers, Festive Walk Cinemas will be implementing stringent health and safety measures including the following initiatives:
- Mandatory wearing of face masks and submission of health declaration forms;
- Footwear and hand sanitation;
- Observance of 50% seating capacity;
- Strict implementation of social distancing (one-seat apart);
- Deep cleaning and sanitation of seats, touchpoints, and common areas before and after screening using UV technology;
- Designated entry and exit points, and pathway for moviegoers;
- All theater personnel are required to wear face masks, face shields and gloves, and submit daily health declarations before deployment.
Tickets, which are priced at P270 inclusive of bottled water and popcorn, can be purchased online at www.blockbusterseats.com or via GCash, PayMaya, WeChat, and Alipay at the cinema ticket booth at the 3rd floor of Festive Walk Iloilo.
Regular screenings of the movie will resume on August 12.
Iloilo City is currently under MGCQ, the lowest form of community quarantine implemented by the government.
Cinemas in MGCQ areas are allowed to operate at 50% maximum capacity. IMT