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Trailer for Korean adaptation of ‘Little Women’ features stars from ‘All of Us Are Dead,’ ‘Squid Game’

  • South Korean cable network tvN unveiled a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Korean adaptation of “Little Women.”
  • The K-drama is a modern-day adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s coming-of-age novel of the same name.
  • The trailer highlights each of the three sisters featured in the show – In-ju, In-kyeong and In-hye – played by Kim Go-eun, Nam Ji-hyun and Park Ji-hu, respectively.
  • “Little Women” premieres on tvN on Sept. 3 at 9:10 p.m. KST, with new episodes airing every Saturday and Sunday night.
  • New episodes will also become available to stream on Netflix at the same time in selected regions.

South Korean cable network tvN has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Korean adaptation of “Little Women,” which will also be available to stream on Netflix. 

The K-drama is a modern-day adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s coming-of-age novel of the same name. 

‘All of Us Are Dead’ revived by Netflix for Season 2

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  • Netflix’s hit Korean zombie series “All of Us Are Dead” has been renewed for a second season.
  • The news was announced on the first day of Netflix’s Geeked Week, a five-day virtual event showcasing the platform’s anticipated content.

K-zombies are resurrecting once again, as Netflix announced that the hit show “All of Us Are Dead” has been renewed for a second season.

The streaming giant revealed its plans to continue the high-school zombie horror series on Monday, the first day of Geeked Week. The five-day virtual event showcases what Netflix has in store for its viewers, from exclusive news to trailers and more. 

‘All of Us Are Dead’ cast weigh in with simple yet effective solution to dubbing vs subtitles debate

  • “All of Us Are Dead” stars Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-Hyun and Lomon spoke to Nextshark about their thoughts on the latest hit Korean show on Netflix.
  • Regarding the debate on dubbing vs. subtitles that started with “Squid Game” last year, when fans pointed out the differences between the two experiences, the cast offered the only real solution: to simply watch the series over and over.
  • “No matter how many times you watch it, I think the series will be fun,” says Lomon, who plays Su-hyeok on the show. “Even if you watch it once with dubbing, I think watching it in Korean has particular language and cultural aspects you will enjoy, so it would also be great to turn on the subtitles and watch our performance in Korean. I hope you watch it many times!”

Warning: Contains minor spoilers.

Teenage zombie series “All of Us Are Dead” is the second Korean show to top the streaming charts in Netflix U.S. Its predecessor “Squid Game” first broke that record in September last year, sparking an online debate as to whether viewers should watch the show with the voices dubbed over. 

‘Personally, I’m happy to keep going’: Park Solomon on ‘All of Us Are Dead’ kiss scene that took 17 takes

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  • Cho Yi-hyun and Park “Lomon” Solomon, who play Choi Nam-ra and Lee Su-hyook in the hit zombie series “All of Us Are Dead,” revealed it took them 17 takes to film the climactic kiss scene in Episode 7.
  • Cho recalled that Lomon didn’t seem to mind the many takes, saying, “‘Personally, I’m happy to keep going.’”

South Korean actors Cho Yi-hyun and Park “Lomon” Solomon recently revealed it took them more than a dozen takes to nail the iconic kiss scene between their characters in “All of Us Are Dead.”

Cho and Lomon, both 22, sat down with director Lee Jae Gyu and writer Chun Sung Il to share some behind-the-scenes details from the zombie coming-of-age series in a newly released commentary video, according to Soompi. They were joined by fellow cast members Yoon Chan-young and Park Ji-hoo.

K-zombie takeover: Netflix’s ‘All of Us Are Dead’ ranks No. 1 in the world one day after release

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  • “All of Us Are Dead” has become the third Korean series following “Squid Game” and “Hellbound” to reach the top position on Netflix’s global streaming charts.
  • The show currently holds the top two spots in 75 countries.

Korean zombie thriller series “All of Us Are Dead” became the top most-watched show on Netflix’s global streaming charts just one day after its release on Jan. 28. It is now the third Korean show to reach the top position on the platform after “Squid Game” broke the record in September 2021, followed by “Hellbound” in November. 

“All Of Us Are Dead” has been leading the global chart for three consecutive days, according to data from streaming analytics site FlixPatrol. As of this writing, the show takes the top spot in 46 countries including South Korea. In 29 other countries, including the U.S., it occupies the No. 2 spot. 

New trailer for Netflix’s Korean zombie series ‘All of Us Are Dead’ is looking flesh

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  • A new trailer for the Korean thriller “All of Us Are Dead,” based on a popular webtoon series, was released on Thursday.
  • The show is set to premiere on Netflix on Jan 28. 

The first full trailer for Netflix’s highly anticipated Korean zombie thriller “All of Us Are Dead” was finally released on Thursday.

The eight-episode series, based on a popular webtoon by Joo Dong-geun called “Now at Our School” follows a group of high school students who must find a way to survive a zombie invasion as a mysterious virus eats away their peers. 

Students fight for their lives against zombies in new teaser for Netflix’s ‘All of Us Are Dead’

All of Us Are Dead Teaser
  • Netflix has released an official teaser that hints at what to expect from the manhwa-turned-TV series “All of Us Are Dead.”
  • The 12-episode show, based on Joo Dong-geun’s zombie webtoon “Now at Our School, All of Us Are Dead,”will premiere on Jan. 28.

The official teaser for the manhwa-turned-TV series “All of Us Are Dead” shows  trapped students desperately trying to survive an “apocalyptic outbreak” inside their zombie-infested high school.

The teaser, released on Friday, offers a glimpse of what to expect from the TV adaptation of Joo Dong-geun’s  zombie webtoon “Now at Our School, All of Us Are Dead.”

Netflix to release live-action K-drama adaptation of ‘All of Us Are Dead’ zombie webtoon in Jan.

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K-drama fans have another series to look forward to with the highly anticipated release of “All of Us Are Dead” on Netflix. 

Worth the wait: “All of Us Are Dead,” the live-action adaptation of the webtoon “Now at Our School, All of Us Are Dead” (“지금 우리 학교는”) by Joo Dong-geun, is set to release in January 2022, according to Rappler.