Netflix has set January 28 as the premiere date for All of Us Are Dead, and has released a teaser poster and video for the upcoming thriller.
Director Lee JQ and writer Chun Sung-il have become a remarkable hit-making duo.
In 2022, the world will witness a daring teenage zombie escape.
The Netflix original series All of Us Are Dead follows a group of teenagers stuck in a high school who find themselves in desperate situations as they try to save their school from a zombie invasion.
A teaser poster and date announcement clip were released, heralding the start of yet another K-zombie syndrome.
Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee You-Mi, and Lim Jae-hyeok are among the young, brilliant performers who offer a youthful atmosphere to the show.
The intriguing teaser poster depicts a school engulfed in horror and anarchy. The blood-stained schoolyard, burning building, and innumerable children imprisoned in the frantic school pique the audience's interest, hinting at the bizarre scenario set in a school where a mystery zombie virus has taken hold.
The teaser for the release date offers a compelling view into the tense conflict between zombie-infected pupils and survivors attempting to flee. It begins with a kid in a school lab encouraging the audience to learn more about the virus that is wreaking havoc. The terrifying images of children infected with the strange zombie virus, as well as the beautiful action set in various parts of the school, are also worth seeing. Students, trapped in a zombie-infested school with no smartphones, food, or one to look after them, grasp for desk lamps, bookshelves, and bows to protect themselves from zombies. In a desperate bid to stay alive.
With a storey about courageous teens who manage to discover love and friendship even in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, All of Us Are Dead will open up an entirely new chapter in the history of zombies.
All of Us Are Dead, the first-ever Korean teenage zombie survival challenge, will be launched exclusively on Netflix on January 28.