IN THIS ARTICLE, DISCOVER THE EXPLANATION OF THE END OF SEASON 1 OF ALL OF US ARE DEAD! SPOILERS!
The Serie All Of Us Are Dead is now available on Netflix! If you want to know why Season 1 ended the way it did, keep reading! With 12 hour-long episodes, All of Us Are Dead is longer than most recent genre dramas on Netflix. Read on to find out when Season 2 will be released.
The series, based on a webtoon of the same name, makes good use of narrative space, leaving viewers wondering how this seemingly hopeless situation will end when the series concludes. As you might expect from a series titled All of Us Are Dead, the series concludes on a dark note.
While some of our main characters survive, others do not, and the reality that awaits them on the other side isn’t always rosy. Read on to learn how to follow actors and actresses on Instagram. Otherwise, we tell you everything you need to know about the conclusion of Season 1 of All Of Us Are Dead on Netflix!
WE ARE ALL DEAD. EXPLANATION OF SEASON 1’S END
The survivors learn about the bombardment in the penultimate episode thanks to Nam-enhanced RA’s hearing ability. Gwi-Nam reappears one last time to assassinate Cheong-san. Despite his repulsion, he manages to bite Lee Cheong-san this time.
Cheong-san says goodbye to On-jo and his friends and leaves to distract the zombies so that his friends can leave the building and find a safe place before the bomb goes off. Ordinary zombies are lured into a deep hole and forced to fall into it.
Meanwhile, Gwi-Nam is revealed to have survived their previous encounter. They are both fighting until the explosion occurs. Cheong-san is shown lying among other zombies, covered in ash, in the final scene of the season’s penultimate episode. On-badge jo’s can be seen in the distance.
The implication is that Cheong-san is no longer alive, which is most likely the case. Cheong-san, on the other hand, has been in near-death situations throughout the season. In some episodes, the conclusion implies that he is no longer alive. The following episode, however, reveals that this is not the case. There’s a slim chance that the same thing happened here, and the writers plan to reveal the truth in the upcoming season.
WHO DID SURVIVE?
110,000 of Hyosan’s 170,000 residents survived. According to the military, the Hyosan bombing killed 60,000 people, 50,000 of who were infected and 10,000 of whom were asymptomatic or uninfected.
U-sin, the firefighter, and Detective Jae-ik, the “Seoul University Detective,” our favorite YouTuber, the baby, and the little girl all survived. As previously stated, we do not know whether Cheong-San is dead or if he is half-zombie, half-human. We’ll find out soon enough!