“All Of Us Are Dead” Leading Cast is enjoying a rise in popularity after the series found massive success on Netflix.
“All Of Us Are Dead” currently occupies the number one spot on the list of Top TV Shows on Netflix, it also ranked among the top 10 best Netflix series in 91 countries shortly after its premiere
The drama took the number 1 spot in various countries, including Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, France, Germany, and more.
As a result, the main cast of the series has been seeing a massive increase in followers count. Lomon [aka Park Solomon] has seen the most growth going from 250k followers before the drama’s premiere to 2.6 million followers as of this writing.
Similarly, Cho Yi hyun who plays the role of Nam Ra has also gained many followers, as of this writing, her followers’ count stands at 2.3 million followers.
Yoon Chan Young, who played the role of Cheong-san, has also surpassed 2 million followers recently, as of this writing, he has 2.1 million followers.
Park Ji Hu who plays Nam On-jo has also surpassed a million followers recently, she currently has over 1.6 million followers. Yoo In Soo who plays the villain role has also seen massive growth, as of this writing, he has over 700K followers.
Other cast members of “All Of Us Are Dead” have also seen their followers count double if not more. Lee Yoo Mi has also seen massive growth over the past couple of months, she’s been in two hit projects for Netflix, starting with “Squid Game,” originally, she had 40,000 followers before the premiere of “Squid Game,” as of this writing, she has over 7.1 million followers.
“All of Us Are Dead” is a zombie drama about a high school that gets infected by a zombie virus and those outside who attempt to rescue the students. The drama will focus on the psyches of the people who will fight till the end to survive within the conditions they’re placed under. It is based on a popular webtoon of the same name. It stars Yoon Chan Young, Park Ji Hoo, Cho Yi Hyun, Lomon, Yoo In Soo, and more.
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