New trailer for Netflix’s Korean zombie series ‘All of Us Are Dead’ is looking flesh

New trailer for Netflix’s Korean zombie series ‘All of Us Are Dead’ is looking flesh

January 14, 2022
The first full trailer for Netflix’s highly anticipated Korean zombie thriller “All of Us Are Dead” was finally released on Thursday.
The eight-episode series, based on a popular webtoon by Joo Dong-geun called “Now at Our School” follows a group of high school students who must find a way to survive a zombie invasion as a mysterious virus eats away their peers. 
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In the trailer, a teacher foreshadows the school’s impending doom during a lesson, telling students that “humanity has never defeated a virus.” Everything they learned from textbooks is wrong, he claims. The students, played by Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Park Ji-hu, Lomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee You-Mi and Lim Jae-hyeo, are forced to find out whether the teacher was right all along in a series of back-to-back horrifying scenes. 
“All of Us Are Dead” is set to premiere on Netflix on Jan. 28. JTBC Studios, known for dramas including “Snowdrop,” “Beyond Evil” and “Itaewon Class,” is behind the production.
Featured Image via Yang Hae-sung / Netflix
      Grace Kim

      Grace Kim is a New York-based Entertainment Contributor for NextShark




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