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10 Breathtaking survival Korean series and films you should add in your must-watch list

Are you looking for series that will surely make your heart race and tremble while watching it? Here are some of those that are worth to watch!

1. All Of Us Are Dead (2022)

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Starring: Yoon Chang Young, Park Ji Hoo, Cho Yi Hyun, Park Solomon, Yoo In Soo, Im Jae Hyuk and Lee Yoo Mi

No. of Episode: 12 episodes

Plot: A newly released Netflix series based on a popular webtoon with the same title that depicts a story of the students at Hyosan High School who are trapped and trying to escape from the zombie virus outbreak.

2. Squid Game (2021)

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Starring: Lee Jung Jae, Park Hae Soo, Oh Yeong Su, Ho Yeon Jung, Heo Sung Tae, Anupam Tripathi, and Kim Joo Ryoung

No. of Episodes: 9 episodes

Plot: A series that depicts a mysterious survival show wherein the players play a traditional children’s game with a breathtaking twist, all players who participated is struggling financially in life, they are competing to get the price money of 45.6 billion KRW.

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3. Alive (2020)

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Starring: Park Shin Hye and Yoo Ah In

Plot: A film based on the 2019 American film Alone that depicts a breath-taking story of a video game live streamer and a woman who are trying to escape from a zombie apocalypse happened on their apartment.

4. Sweet Home (2020)

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Starring: Song Kang, Lee Jin Wook, Lee Si Young, Lee Do Hyun, Kim Nam Hee, Go Min Si, Park Gyu Young, and Go Yoon Jung

No. of Episodes: 10 Episodes

Plot: An apocalyptic horror series that depicts a mysterious phenomenon of humans turning into monsters and the breathtaking battle of the residents of the apartment to these monsters.

5. Hellbound (2021)

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Starring: Yoo Ah In, Kim Hyun Joo, Park Jeong Min, Won Jin Ah and Yang Ik Jun

No. of Episodes: 6 Episodes

Plot: A dark fantasy Netflix series based on the webtoon with the same title that tells a story of a supernatural beings appearing out of nowhere to condemn people to Hell.

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6. Happiness (2021)

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Starring: Park Hyung Sik, Han Hyo Joo and Jo Woo Jin

No. of Episodes: 12 Episodes

Plot:  The series that takes place when the infectious disease spread throughout the city. It also highlights the tenant’s struggle to survive in social classes of a newly built apartment.

7. Kingdom: Ashin of the North (2021)

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Starring: Jun Ji Hyun, Park Byung Eun, Kim Si Ah, Kim Roi Ha and Koo Kyo Hwan

Plot:  A special 92-minute episode of Netflix’s original series, Kingdom that depicts a story of the woman named Ashin and her discovery of the plant that can bring back the dead.

8. The Flu (2013)

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Starring: Soo Ae, Jang Hyuk, Ma Dong Seok, Yoo Hae Jin and Lee Hee Joon

Plot:  A film that tells a story of the outbreak of a lethal and highly contagious virus in the district of Bundang in Seongnam, that kills its victims within 36 hours. Everyone in the city is trying to escape the said ourtbreak.

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9. Train To Busan (2016)

Starring: Gong Yoo, Ma Dong Seok, Jung Yu Mi, Kim Su An, Kim Eui Sung, Choi Woo Sik and Ahn So Hee

Plot: An apocalyptic film that depicts a story of an zombie virus outbreak in South Korea. A life-or-death journey of the train passengers bound to Busan.

10. Peninsula (2020)

Starring: Gang Dong Won, Lee Jung Hyun and Lee Re

Plot:  A sequel of 2016 film, Train to Busan that tells a story a former soldier who has given a mission along with his team to retrieve a truck full of money from the wastelands of Korean Peninsula now occupied by zombies.

Ready your hearts and enjoy watching mga bes!

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