“All of Us Are Dead” director Lee Jae Kyu expressed his position on the possibility of season 2.
On February 7th, director Lee Jae Kyu of Netflix’s original series “All of Us Are Dead” conducted video interviews with a number of media and talked about the work.
“All of Us Are Dead” is a work that tells the story of students who are isolated in the school where the zombie virus began and waiting for rescue holding hands together to survive.
The work continues to be popular, ranking first on Netflix in several countries, including Korea, just a day after its release on the 28th of last month.
As a result, fans around the world expressed expectations for Season 2.
Director Lee Jae Kyu said about Season 2, “I wish I could, but I think I have to see how it will happen”.
However, director Lee said, “I think season 2 will be possible if many people love it”, adding, “I think I can have a more fun and expanded story if season 2 comes out in mind”.
“If season 1 was a human survival period, season 2 would be a survival period for zombies”, he concluded.
Meanwhile, in the final episode of “All of Us Are Dead”, fans around the world are showing enthusiastic responses to the meaningful words of immune person Namra (Cho Yi Hyun) and whether Cheongsan (Yoon Chan Young) is really dead.
In response, some voiced their desire for the next season with responses such as “This is definitely season 2″ and “I hope liquidation comes out when season 2 comes out”.