After the success of Netflix‘s Squid Game and Single’s Inferno, the latest K-Drama that has caught fans’ attention is the zombie teen flick All Of Us Are Dead.
The series follows a group of students battling with the people closest to them to survive after many of them become zombies. Without any resources, the surviving students have to find any way to stay protected because if they don’t, they will become part of the horde.
Even though the show is all about a zombie invasion, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t any romance. During the show, actor Yoon Chan Young plays Lee Cheong San who is in love with his friend Nam On Jo, who is played by Park Ji Hoo.
Even though their friendship in real life is cute AF…
After having to cope with unrequited love, the duo comes together due to a series of unfortunate events and the loss of their classmates. As expected, the two ended up kissing…
It was a big moment as it was the first kiss between the two characters… but it seems like it meant a lot for Yoon Chan Young as he revealed in an interview that his kiss with Park Ji Hoo was actually his first kiss ever.
I don’t know if I am allowed to say something like this, but that was my first kiss.
— Yoon Chan Young
Considering it was his first kiss, it isn’t surprising to know that he had some blooper moments when they were filming. Yet, considering his lack of experience, it seemed to make the scene look even better.
When we first started the scene, our lips didn’t touch. Our noses blocked it. At the time, I thought ‘Huh? What am I supposed to do.’ It was a sad scene, but the producer showed us the reel on the monitor while laughing. They said it was cute.
— Yoon Chan Young
Yet, it isn’t the first time the cast of the show revealed a funny experience while filming kissing scenes. In a special video with the cast, actor Park Solomon (also known as Lomon) and actress Cho Yi Hyun shared the funny moments behind filming the kiss scene.
Despite how natural the kiss looked, Park Solomon revealed that the scene took about seventeen takes to get right. Cho Yi Hyun admitted she’d been the reason why it took so many takes and shared the funny reason why.
Cho Yi Hyun showcased her personality when she explained, “I’m really sorry to Lomon. I couldn’t find where his lips were because I was closing my eyes.”
After every take, Cho Yi Hyun kept apologizing to Park Solomon but found out he hadn’t been upset one bit. Instead, she shared how happy he’d been to reshoot the kissing scene. Making the cast laugh once more, she imitated the way Park Solomon would smile and say, “Sure.”
Luckily, the kiss came out perfectly and like Solomon and Yi Hyun, the duo had perfect chemistry. It was also extremely cute that his first kiss was on the show and he ran into some mishaps.
You can read more about the cast and their experiences with kissing below.