Official Trailer for We’re Dead, Netflix’s New Korean Zombie Series Coming January 28


Official Trailer for We're Dead, Netflix's New Korean Zombie Series Coming January 28

Netflix releases the official trailer for All of Us Are Dead, the new Korean zombie series that will land on the platform on January 28, 2022.

There is less left to enjoy on Netflix We are dead (All of Us Are Dead), a new original Korean production of the platform that looks like it will give a lot to talk about.

Is zombie series It is based on a popular webcomic and is about a group of high school students who, because one of the students is bitten by a guinea pig carrying a virus, turns into a zombie and starts massacring the rest of the students.

A small group of students will try by all means to survive this invasion of the undead and be able to escape from the center. But the virus is spreading by leaps and bounds to the point that practically the entire city has succumbed to the zombie attack.

After seeing a first trailer for All of Us Are Dead, Netflix has released the We’re dead official trailer, which you can see subtitled through the following video.

The cast of All of Us Are Dead is made up of the actors Yoo-mi Lee (Uisa Yohan), rich ting (My name), Yi Hyun Cho (Metamorphoses) and Chan Young Yoon (Do You Like Brahms?).

Rounding out the cast are actors Park Solomon, Park Ji-hu, In-soo Yoo, Byeong-cheol Kim, Jeong Esuz, Ahn Seung-Kyoon, and Lee Eun-Saem.

Written by Cheon Seong-il and Joo Dong-Geun and directed by Lee Jae-Gyu and Kim Nam-Soo, this new netflix series It is produced by Film Monster Co. and JTBC Studios.

The series We are dead will be available in the Netflix catalog from next January 28, 2022, joining the most outstanding news of the month on the platform.

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