New Korean Zombie Series “All of Us Are Dead” Hitting Netflix This Month (Trailer)

A brand new Korean Zombie series is soon to hit Netflix with All of Us Are Dead landing on the streaming platform on January 28th. In anticipation, a trailer has been released that gives us an intense look at what’s to come. Although limited to less than a minute, we get a look at rabid zombies as they look to eviscerate all in front of them.

Created by Lee Jae-kyu, Chun Sung-il, and Kim Nam-soo, the series is based on the popular webtoon named Now at Our School, which follows a group of students trapped in their educational institution during a zombie outbreak.

The synopsis confirms this and reads as follows:

“A high school becomes ground zero for a zombie virus outbreak. Trapped students must fight their way out — or turn into one of the rabid infected.”

The series will likely draw comparisons with another Korean zombie flick, Train to Busan, which followed terrified passengers on a bullet train who fight the undead. The film opted to take a more aggressive tone with its zombies, which provided a more intimidating threat and this new series looks to set to follow that style.

All of Us Are Dead will be the latest in an ever-growing library of Korean content to hit Netflix. The Silent Sea is the latest series to land after Squid Game took the world by storm in 2021.

Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, and Cho Yi-hyun will star.

Take a look at the trailer below.

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