You've probably seen a lot of zombie dramas and films but hear us out—All Of Us Are Dead is different. From what we've seen in its official trailer, the characters are mostly students who can't believe that zombies have taken over their school. Because these creatures are supposed to be fictional, right? And they're only featured in movies like Train To Busan. Well, not in this upcoming Netflix Korean original series.
Here's everything you need to know about All Of Us Are Dead:
What's the plot of All Of Us Are Dead?
Adapted from the popular webtoon Now At Our School, the horror drama shows how a bunch of students try to survive when a zombie virus breaks out in their school. As they strive to stay alive and get out of campus, they have to make decisions that will change their life for good. All Of Us Are Dead will illustrate what humans can do once they're placed in an extreme situation.
Who's are the cast members of All Of Us Are Dead?
The zombie apocalypse drama is chock full of fresh and familiar faces! All Of Us Are Dead will be led by rising stars Park Ji Hu (Beautiful World), Yoon Chan Young (Dr. Romantic), Cho Yi Hyun (Hospital Playlist), Park Solomon (Shopping King Louie), Yoo In Soo (At Eighteen), and Lee Yoo Mi (Squid Game).
The other cast members of All Of Us Are Dead include Son Sang Yeon (Racket Boys), Lee Kyu Hyung (Prison Playbook), Kim Byung Chul (Sky Castle).
Who's directing All Of Us Are Dead?
Director Lee Jae Gyu is at the helm of All Of Us Are Dead. He has previously worked on the dramas The King 2 Hearts and Beethoven Virus as the director, and in the OCN series Trap as the producer.
When and where can we watch All Of Us Are Dead?
There's no need to wait because All Of Us Are Dead will premiere tomorrow, January 28, exclusively on Netflix! The official trailer has 12 million views to date (WHOA!) which only means that everyone is excited to watch this zombie drama. We're calling it: The line "It's Train To Busan" (at 0:53) is going to be iconic.
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