Netflix hit hard with “All of Us Are Dead”, a Korean zombie series that spares neither characters nor viewers. Inside, the detestable Na-yeon marked the spirits. His interpreter returns to this role of villain. SPOILER warning!
All of Us Are Dead, towards a new Netflix success
As one might expect, All of Us Are Dead got off to a great start on Netflix. Available since January 28, the Korean series which depicts an epidemic of zombies in a high school is currently number 1 of the most watched new releases in France. And abroad, the program has also attracted people. It must be said that one of the strengths of the series is its ability to constantly surprise us with twists and turns. And especially spare us nothing. A simple but effective approach that makes you quickly become addicted. We talk about it in more detail in our review.
If you haven’t gone beyond episode 3 and what you want avoid getting spoiler, we advise you to stop there and come back after viewing. Because we are preparing in this article to discuss the disappearance of a very endearing character from season 1.
This (rightly) hated character
Indeed, after just a few episodes, All of Us Are Dead puts us in a terrible situation with the transformation of the sympathetic Gyeong-su performed by Ham Sung-min. The latter turned into a zombie in front of his comrades. The fault of a particular person: Na-yeonwho did not hesitate to put infected blood on his classmate’s wound to get rid of him. The “rich kid” only needed three episodes to become a hated character. The proof, with these few reactions on Twitter.
Tweets that show the frustration and anger of some, while others show a little humor:
Lee Yoo-mi makes an impression
To interpret Na-yeon, it is the actress Lee Yoomi who was chosen. The latter was already in another big Netflix box. She was the one playing Ji-yeong in Squid Gamethe one who has to face Sae-byeok at the marbles game.
The actress is there in a totally different role, much less endearing. A real plague which she qualifies (via GMA Network) of “rich and cute girl, who stirs up all the problems and conflicts that occur in the series, as hateful as possible“. As she explained at a press conference, the actress enjoyed playing such a character. However, she does not hide having a certain fear that the public might confuse her with Na-yeonand hate her in turn.
I know a lot of you might hate the character and hate me at the same time. But in the future, because of that, I wish I could introduce you to another more endearing and charming character.
For the moment, the comments focus on the character and it is not Lee Yoo-mi who is taken to task. Fortunately, especially since in real life the actress seems But in doubt, we should not immediately see the actress playing such a ruthless character. Too bad, because his interpretation is for once rather successful.
All of Us Are Dead is currently available on netflix.