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All Of Us Are Dead Stars Reveals Behind-The-Scene Secrets Of Major Kiss Scene

Ali Condon

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All Of Us Are Dead Stars Reveals Behind-The-Scene Secrets Of Major Kiss Scene

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All Of Us Are Dead stars Cho Yi-hyun and Park 'Lomon' Solomon have revealed one awkward behind-the-scenes secret from their on-screen kiss.

Netflix viewers were left reeling when their characters Choi Nam-ra and Lee Su-hyeok finally locked lips, but in reality it wasn't nearly as romantic.

Watch the moment here:

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All Of Us Are Dead is set during a zombie virus outbreak at a high school in which several unfortunate teens and a few teachers must fight their fellow students, who have transformed into the undead, for their own survival.

The blood-drenched horror series is trending worldwide and fans can't get enough.

For viewers who have sped through the entire season, Netflix Korea released an interview with the series cast to spill some behind-the-scenes details.

Lomon revealed that the heart-warming scene actually took a total of 17 takes to get right.

Cho Yi-hyun explained: "I felt really sorry for Lomon. Because I had my eyes closed when I was leaning in [for the kiss], so I couldn’t find where his lips were.

Lomon revealed that the scene actually took a total of 17 takes to get right. (Credit: Netflix)
Lomon revealed that the scene actually took a total of 17 takes to get right. (Credit: Netflix)

"I kept saying, ‘Lomon, I’m really sorry. Can we try it just one more time? I’m really sorry.’ But Lomon was like, ‘Personally, I’m happy to keep going.'"

Lomon joked that the kiss scene was his "favourite", adding: "But after [Cho] kissed me, I realised 'Oh, so this is why actors do romance dramas.'"

Talk about a show-mance!

In the gory series, Cho Yi-Hyun plays pristine class president Choi Nam-ra and Lomon plays aspiring soldier Lee Su-yeok, who has been hiding his feelings for Choi for the longest time.

Cho Yi-Hyun "felt really sorry for Lomon" during filming. (Credit: Netflix)
Cho Yi-Hyun "felt really sorry for Lomon" during filming. (Credit: Netflix)

All Of Us Are Dead is based on the popular webtoon Now At Our School created by Joo Dong-geun, the live-action series adaption was ordered all the way back in April 2020.

The webtoon lasted for 130 episodes between 2009 and 2011 and proved to be a hit across Asia, particularly South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand and Taiwan.

You can stream all of All Of Us Are Dead on Netflix now.

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix

Ali Condon
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