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South Korean Thriller ‘All of Us Are Dead’ Comes to Netflix Soon

Get ready for the zombie outbreak with South Korea’s coming of age horror drama All of Us Are Dead that will be released on Netflix international on January 28 2022.

All of Us Are Dead is a K-drama thriller series based on the webtoon Now at Our School by Joo Dong-Geun. This tv show is however, written by Chun Sung-il and directed by Lee Jae Gyoo. Gyoo also directed the tv series Damo (2003), Beethoven Virus (2008), The King of 2 Hearts (2012) and Fashion 70’s (2005).

With zombie content being in high demand lately, Netflix is more than happy to wow viewers with lucrative releases including, All of Us Are Dead. With this show in line, Netflix will have an impressive listing of nine original zombie content.

All of Us Are Dead Synopsis

After Netflix ordered the show in April 2020, production began, showcasing a group of high schoolers finding themselves trapped within their school vicinities under a zombie outbreak. The show consists of eight episodes, each running for around 45 minutes.

Netflix’s trailer of the series released on December 31 2021, will make you twitch with fear and a little curiosity, which should give you a head start.

We aren’t sure when production started, but it was ongoing in August last year.

The Show’s Cast Members

There are several cast members confirmed for this thriller show, some of whom you recognize from other famous K-dramas. Lead cast members include Yoon Chan Young as Cheong San, Park Jo Hoo as Ohn Jo, Jo Yi Hyun as Nam Ra, Park Solomon as Su Hyuk and Yoo In Soo as Gwi Nam.

Some of the supporting cast members are Lee Kyu Hyung as Song Jae Ik, Kim Byung Chul as Lee Byeong Chan, Shin Jae Hwi as Chang-Hoon, Lee Chae Eun as Hee-Soo, Kim Bo Yun as Seo Hyo Ryeong and Bae Hae Seon as Park Eui Won.

The supporting roles continue with Yoon Gyung Ho as Jung Yong Nam, Kim Ji Young as Ji Min, Lee Sang Hee as Park Seon Hwa, Jeon Bae Soo as Nam So Ju, Park Mi-Jin as Lee Eun Sae and Kim Jee Soo as TBA.

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