Outside of the U.S., you have a choice, drama fans — a cute romance between rookie cops or a group of high schoolers avoiding zombies. If you’re in the U.S., the zombies win by default! Come see the dramas that will be hitting screens globally this week.
January 26, Disney+, starring Kang Daniel (Wanna One) and Chae Soo Bin (A Piece of Your Mind)
About an honor’s freshman, Wi Seung Hyun, starting out at the Korean national Police University. He admires his father, who is the commissioner of the Gyeonggi Dongbu Police Agency. He sets out on following in his father’s footsteps but runs into hurdles as he gets involved with a woman named Go Eun Gang. The story will revolve around young adults born in the 2000 making their way through college life in their own unapologetic ways at one of the most conservative universities in Korea. The youth of Korea and how they grow alongside their dreams, love, and difficulties at a police university. The struggles to stand out within a 2,000 student campus, one of the most conservative and exclusive campuses in the nation, will be told through the drama.
All of Us Are Dead
January 28, Netflix, starring Park Ji Hoo (Beautiful World), Yoon Chan Young (Everything and Nothing), Jo Yi Hyun (School 2021)
All of Us Are Dead is about a group of high school students who are faced with an extreme crisis situation when they become trapped in their school, while a zombie virus spreads like a wildfire.
Cops or zombies, drama fans? What will it be?
Dramas with a Side of Kimchi