LIKE TRAIN TO BUSAN BEFORE THERE WERE TRAINS.
This is a show that proves there's still life in zombies (pardon the pun). Kingdom proudly wears the horror badge, and it's undoubtedly deserved. In a time where the genre got stale and is plagued with jump scares, this little Korean gem manages to get under your skin and make you afraid to turn off the lights. I lost all my fingernails watching this...It you're into horror, this is a must watch!
Really enjoyed this one. Being a period drama is what lured me in, and I don't wish to call it a zombie series nor compare it to TWD. The show is more than just a plagued medieval country and the fight against the diseased. Looking forward to the next season.
Game of Thrones in Korean way
Definitely worth watching! It's inevitable to compare to walking dead, in my opinion (although we are still at the first season) this is better on any sense. The zombies are more aggressive and the disease spread faster allowing for more tense situations, no plot holes for the moment, being in something like 500 b.c. (i may be wrong here) makes everything more realistic (you will never wonder how come they have infinite gas or gunpowder like in TWD). I can't wait to see the next seasons, the premises are exciting!
I want more!! Come on!! Only 6 episodes? Ya killing me here!!
Pretty good. Some things don't make sense but the dead walking doesn't make sense so it's fine. Keep it simple and don't try to delve too much into the personal drama and it should stay good for a while. Fast zombies are much scarier then slow zombies any day.
They fight against the walking dead before the sunrise, then fight with the living people during the day.