No way to outrun those zombies

From The Walking Dead to All Of Us Are Dead, our fascination with the undead lives on even in these trying times.

All Of Us Are Dead, set in a high school, allows us to experience the world through the eyes of Korean youth, with a coming-of-age narrative, made more urgent with the backdrop of a zombie pandemic. PHOTO: NETFLIX
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The juggernaut that is the South Korean cultural industry continues to be a mother lode of global hits, transcending both linguistic and cultural barriers.

The latest chart-topper on streaming service Netflix is All Of Us Are Dead, a 12-episode series that uses the enduring zombie apocalypse idea for thrilling storytelling with a Korean twist.

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