Upon its release on Netflix on January 28, zombie high school K-drama All of Us Are Dead is already trending worldwide on Netflix. It even topped the streaming giant’s non-English language list with 124.79 million hours viewed so far.
It’s also the fourth Korean series to top Netflix’s global weekly charts after Squid Game, Hellbound and The Silent Sea. If you’ve finished watching the series and developed an appetite for the zombie genre or you’re just looking to watch (or rewatch) more zombie flicks, we’ve got you covered.
Below, we listed down more Korean zombie movies and shows that you should check out if you’re still hungry for more zombie content.
1. Train to Busan
The movie directed by Yeon Sang-ho follows Seok-woo (Yoo) and his daughter (Kim Su-an) who are on a train heading to Busan. However, their journey takes a stop when they become trapped in a zombie outbreak in South Korea.
Due to the popularity and success of the movie, an English-language remake has been announced with Indonesian director, Timo Tjahjanto helming the film while Saw co-creator, James Wan serves as co-producer.