Squid Games’ Lee Yoo-mi stars in the Korean zombie drama All Of Us Are Dead, which is expected to become Netflix’s next big hit.

The world is set to be taken by another violent Korean Netflix series.

All Of Us Are Dead, the high-school zombie drama All Of Us Are Dead will hit streaming platforms on January 28.

This series is about a school where a virus infects the campus. It stars Lee Yoomi, a Squid Games actress.

The next hit? High school zombie drama All Of Us Are Dead (pictured) is set to hit Netflix on January 28, and it's already being called the next Squid Games

What’s the next big hit? All Of Us Are Dead, a high school drama about zombies (pictured), will be available on Netflix January 28. It’s being described as the next Squid Games

Yoo-mi played Ji-yeong aka Player No. The blockbuster Korean drama featured Yoo-mi as Ji-yeong, also known as Player No. 240. She became a popular favourite among viewers despite playing a supporting role. 

Netflix stated in a statement that “All of Us are Dead” tells the story a group student trapped in school during a zombie outbreak and forced to work together in survival.

The message continues: “Thousands of students are immediately contaminated, depicted in heart-racing visuals), so only a handful remain alive on campus.”

“This series centers around students who share a common desire to survive, betrayal, and friendship in all its unlikely forms.

Remember me? The series centers around a high school that becomes ground zero for a zombie outbreak, and stars Squid Games actress Lee Yoo-mi (pictured in Squid Games)

Do you remember me? Starring Lee Yoomi from Squid Games (pictured in Squid Games), the series revolves around a high-school that is used as a ground zero by a zombie outbreak.

She's back! Lee Yoo-mi is pictured in a scene from the All Of Us Are Dead trailer

She’s back! Lee Yoomi in scene from All Of Us Are Dead Trailer

In less than one week, a trailer has been viewed almost 7,000,000 times.

“Korean movies are terrifying…love them.” A fan commented that Train to Busan was “one of the greatest horror films,”

“South Korea is known for making the most amazing zombie films/shows. Acting and makeup are always cool, and never sloppy. This trailer reminds me of the manga High School of the Dead,” wrote another. 

“Finally, there’s a show that teaches people how to defend themselves against zombies,” added another.

Violent: 'All of Us Are Dead tells the story of a group of students trapped in their school amid a zombie outbreak, forced to band together for survival,' Netflix said in a statement

Violent: ‘All of Us Are Dead tells the story of a group of students trapped in their school amid a zombie outbreak, forced to band together for survival,’ Netflix said in a statement

Squid Game fans can now breathe a sigh relief, as Hwang Dong Hyuk, the creator of Netflix’s popular series Squid Game has confirmed that it will return for a second year. 

Hwang said to the Associated Press last week that he was forced to finish the second season because of the passion shown by the fans.

This South Korean dystopian drama, which was released in September 2017, has become Netflix’s number one series, surpassing Bridgerton.

Popular: An official trailer for the series has already racked up almost 7 million views in less than a week

Popular: In less than seven days, the official trailer has been seen almost 7 million times.

“So, there has been so much pressure and so many demands for a second series. It almost feels like we have no other choice. Hwang said.

“But I will tell you that there will definitely be a second series. I have it in my mind right now. He continued, “I’m currently in the planning phase.”

Although the creator was also the director of every episode, he didn’t speak much about the direction for a second season. However, he confirmed that Lee Jung Jae would still be the main focus of the series.

Coming soon! Fans of Netflix's hit series Squid Game can breathe a sigh of relief after creator and director Hwang Dong-hyuk confirmed the show would be back for a second season

We are coming soon! Squid Game’s creator, Hwang Donghyuk has announced that the series will be returning for a second year.