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Your school has turned into a chaotic epicenter of an actual zombie epidemic. you’re in science class, or you’re having lunch in the cafeteria; In real life, your school has suddenly become a chaotic epicenter of a zombie outbreak. The blockbuster Korean drama on Netflix, All of Us Are Dead, describes this situation. In this 12-episode series, there are dozens of people to remember, and they all play an important role in the plot.
- Yoon Chan-young as Chung-san
- Park Ji-hoo as Nam On-jo
- Cho Yi-hyun as Choi Nam-ra
- Park Solomon as Lee Soo-hyuk
- Yoo In-soo as Yoon Gwi-nam
- Lee Yoo-mi as Lee Na-Yeon
- Ha Seung-lee as Jang Ha-ri
- Lee Eun-saem as Park Mi-jin
- Kim Byong-chul as Lee Byeong-chan
Lee Jae-kyoo: is a South Korean television and movie director who was born on Oct 7, 1970. Lee directed Damo (2003), Fashion 70’s (2005), Beethoven Virus (2008), The King 2 Hearts (2012), All of Us Are Dead (2022), and even The Influence (2010) and The Fatal Encounter (2014)
All OF US DEAD RELEASE DATE
All of Us Are Dead releases internationally on Friday, January 28, 2022. Netflix is dropping all episodes of this show on the day it premieres, as it does with many of its original shows.
All OF US ARE DEAD TRAILER
HOW MANY EPISODES ARE IN ALL OF US ARE DEAD SEASON 1?
When the series debuts, All of Us Are Dead’s first season will feature eight episodes. So you can either watch it all in one sitting over the weekend or appreciate every minute of the zombie drama.
ALL OF US ARE DEAD PLOT?
Zombies have descended on the little town, causing it to become infected with the running, crunchy-boned variety of the Undead. Students at a high school are forced to fend off an ever-increasing horde of infected in order to stay alive.
‘All of Us Are Dead’ Cast & Character Guide
Park ji-hu as Nam On-jo
On-jo is most likely the primary character in All of Us Are Dead. Because of her father, who is a medic and firefighter, she is the voice of reason and calm in the midst of mayhem, often suggesting brilliant survival recommendations. She’s also extremely loyal to her mates, and she’ll fight to the death for them. On-jo has a crush on Su-hyeok, a popular classmate, and is totally unaware that her childhood friend, Cheong-sun, has a crush on her as well.
Yoon Chan-young as Lee Cheong-san
Cheong-san, the series’ co-lead character, finds himself in a variety of unexpected situations across the series and (mostly) always manages to think quickly enough to avoid danger. On-jo is his main concern, and it’s clear that he’d do anything to keep her safe.
Park Solomon as Lee Su-hyeok
On-jo has a crush on Su-hyeok, and it’s easy to see why. He’s a real cutie. At Hyosan High, he’s one of the most popular kids. He has a lot of girls to choose from. On the other hand, On-jo is the class president who draws his attention. Another love triangle makes the teen drama in this show so enjoyable. He used to be a bully, but now he’s changed. He and Cheong-san are often willing to give up their own lives to save their friends.
Cho Yi-hyun as Choi Nam-ra
As the class president, called “Prez” by her classmates, Nam-ra is a serious student who rarely talks to her classmates. She is also known as “Prez.” After Su-hyeok shows her how much he likes her, she ignores him until the zombies start attacking people all around her. During the crisis, she sheds her shell. She becomes an essential part of the group’s survival, even though other people don’t believe she truly wants to help them.
Yoo In-soo as Yoon Gwi-nam
It doesn’t take long for Gwi-nam to become the leader of his group. At first, he’s as scared as everyone else. Then, he turns into a ruthless person who throws people into the zombies so he can get away. There’s only going to be more of him being vicious from there. When he changes, he becomes one of the most easy-to-hate bad guys you’ll ever see.
Lee You-mi as Lee Na-Yeon
Students dislike Na-Yeon because of her snobbish attitude, which is apparent when she is trapped with them in the first few episodes. For being on welfare, Gyeong-su is seen as an outcast by her. Na-Yeon is the first to insist that anyone who appears to be infected with the virus leave the room, even if doing so guarantees that the individual will be infected (or worse, murdered) as soon as they step outside.
Ha Seung-lee as Jang Ha-ri
“So cool,” says one character of Ha-ri. Being the team’s archery captain, she has an uncanny ability to hit the bullseye, which is useful when the zombies attack. After a devastating defeat in the competition, Ha-ri swiftly redeems herself by saving the lives of other students with her Hawkeye-like aim. She assists in leading a group of survivors trapped in a girls’ restroom, far from the classroom’s significant characters.
Lee Eun-saem as Park Mi-jin
Ha-ri loves Mi-jin now that he’s seen the archer dispatch a zombie attack. Initially, the two had a verbal and, eventually a physical argument. A life-or-death scenario forces you to set your differences aside in favor of surviving. Mi-jin is one of the series’ funniest characters, frequently delivering sarcastic remarks that make you chuckle.
Kim Byong-Chul as Lee Byeong-chan
It used to be that Mr. Lee, a science teacher at Hyosan High School, was a great scientist at a pharmaceutical company. He also made the zombie virus without realizing it. He made it to help his son fight off bullies. Then, when he brings an infected hamster to school to study, a student finds it, gets bitten, and the chaos starts. His good side is that Mr. Lee was trying to cure the virus and did everything he could to make sure it didn’t get out there. This makes him one of the show’s more tragic characters.
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