‘We’re All Dead’: Korean Zombie Series Tops Netflix Charts | television

'We're All Dead': Korean Zombie Series Tops Netflix Charts |  television

televisionAfter the huge success of “Squid Game” and “Hellbound”, the South Korean series is more popular than ever. The new series All Of Us Are Dead proves it once again. The zombie series has been on Netflix since January 28, and the streaming platform is once again doing gold with it. The series is also at number one in the top 10 most-watched movies and series this week.

The Korean zombie series “All of Us Are Dead” has achieved good results all over the world. The series has been filmed at number one in more than 25 countries, from New Zealand to France. In the United States, the series should settle for second place, it came after the black comedy “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” starring Kristen Bell.

All of Us Are Dead follows a group of students when a zombie virus spreads in their school. Students must try to escape from the zombies, because only one bite is enough to become themselves. With thousands of students injured instantly, only a few of them were left alive. The remaining students are bound by their desire to stay, but among themselves they also encounter betrayal and difficulties in their friendships.

Fans have compared the series to the popular South Korean zombie movie Train To Busan. Online fans agree: Koreans are good with zombies. “Korean zombie movies and series are so horrifying, but I love them,” said one enthusiastic viewer on Twitter. Another fan said, “The acting and makeup are always great and not embarrassing to look at or over-modified.” Watch the trailer below, which is full of horrific and gory scenes.

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The series has a remarkably young cast, but that certainly doesn’t detract from their acting talent. One of the actresses is Lee Yoo Mi. Previously appeared in “Squid Game” as Ji-yeong (the 240th player).

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