Following the success of 'Squid Game', Netflix are investing further in Korean produced television. Zombie series 'All of Us are Dead' is the next K-drama to hit the streaming service.

'All of Us are Dead' sees a bunch of students trapped in a high school in the middle of a zombie invasion.

As well as fighting for survival, the youngsters try to find allies and love in the middle of the apocalypse.

The series consists of 12 episodes and drops on Netflix in just a couple of weeks.

It is co-directed by Lee JQ ('Beethoven Virus', 'Intimate Strangers') and Kim Nam-Su. Chun Sung-Il penned the script.

'All of Us are Dead' stars Yoon Chan-Yeong ('Mama', 'Doctor John') as Cheong-san, Park Ji-Hu ('House of Hummingbird') as On-jo, Cho Yi-Hyun ('Metamorphosis') as Nam-ra, Lomon ('Bleak Night') as Su-hyeok, and Yoo In-Soo ('School 2017') as Gwi-nam.

Lee Yoo-Mi of 'Squid Game' fame and Lim Jae-hyeok co-star.

The series is based on Joo Dong-Geun's popular 2009 digital comic 'Now At Our School' on Webtoon.

Check out the trailer below.

'All of Us are Dead' starts streaming on Netflix on Friday, 28 January.