Viewers Melt As Kissing Scene Of ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ Stars Lomon & Cho Yi‑hyun Had 17 Takes!
Netizens and K-drama fans melt as they recently found out that it took a couple of takes for Cho Yi Hyun (Choi Nam‑ra) and Lomon (Lee Suhyeok) to perfect their romantic kissing scene in Netflix's K-drama "All of Us Are Dead"!
As of writing this article, yesterday on the 5th of February, Netflix Korea released a commentary video of their latest hit K-drama "All of Us Are Dead."
The cast Park Ji Hu, Yoon Chan Young, Cho Yi Hyun, and Lomon spent time with director Lee Jae Gyu and writer Chun Sung Il to talk about the latest Netflix K-drama and shared some fun behind-the-scenes stories as they filmed Netflix's most recent hit.
One specific part caught the attention of fans though as while watching Cho Yi Hyun and Lomon's kissing scene in the K-drama, Netflix's "All of Us Are Dead" director Lee Jae Gyu adorably remarked, "Even now, Lomon can't stop smiling. He looks so happy watching [this scene]."
Director Lee Jae Gyu then asked how many takes they did for that scene in the K-drama. After thinking for a while, Lomon remembered that there were a whopping 17 takes. Both he and Cho Yi Hyun then responded together, "We really did a lot of takes."
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Cho Yi Hyun went on to explain that she felt really sorry for Lomon as she had her eyes closed when she was leaning in for the kiss. Due to this, she could not find where Lomon's lips were in the scene for Netflix's most recent hit K-drama.
Hilariously, Cho Yi Hyun added that Lomon joked that he was enjoying all the takes. As per the K-drama star, she kept apologizing and asking if they could repeat the scene. Cho Yi Hyun adorably added, "But Lomon was like, 'Personally, I'm happy to keep going.'"
Additionally, Lomon playfully remarked, "Before we shot that scene, I kept worrying, 'How do we pull off the kiss? I'm so nervous. What do I do?' But after [Cho Yi Hyun] kissed me, I realized, 'Oh, so this is why actors do romance dramas.'"
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The rest of the cast and crew of Netflix's K-drama "All of Us Are Dead" then laughed as Lomon commented, "This is my favorite scene."