“All Of Us Are Dead” Actress Park Ji Hoo Reveals The Reason Why She’s Never Dated Before

She confesses she doesn’t know what “love is supposed to be.”

On February 8, All of Us Are Dead actress Park Ji Hoo sat down for an interview with Tenasia where she chatted about a variety of topics. As the actress shared her thoughts on her newfound popularity and other successes, it was one particular topic that has been receiving the spotlight.

Actress Park Ji Hoo.

The talented and gorgeous actress was born in 2003, making her 18-years-old (international age) this year. Park Ji Hoo shared, however, that she has never dated in her entire life.

I have never confessed to the opposite gender before. I also don’t have any dating experience. I think I enjoy having little love interests rather than confessing. I don’t know if that’s why, but I don’t have any idea what love is supposed to be.

— Park Ji Hoo for Tenasia

Park Ji Hoo as On Jo in “All of Us Are Dead” | Netflix

In addition to that, she was asked about her relationships with her fellow All of Us Are Dead cast mates, which the actress revealed that they are all close to one another.

Since we were all in the same class (before filming began), we would always gather in the classrooms and talk about acting. We also played yut nori (Korean board game) together and play other games with one another. Through that, we became close. During that time, I was worried about my college entrance exam, so the unnies and oppas talked about college with me and gave me life advice. Everyday was a fun day.

— Park Ji Hoo for Tenasia

| Netflix

Park Ji Hoo was also asked if she had any lingering “disappointments” with her character, On Jo, since she had a lot of zombie action scenes. To this question, the All of Us Are Dead star shared that there was one thing she wished she had done differently.

On Jo didn’t participate in amazing action scenes but rather, she had to run away a lot. Because of this, she had a lot of scenes where she was always running, falling, and coming face-to-face with zombies. I thought to myself, ‘I wish On Jo could have been more brave because she would have been able to fight the zombies head on.’

— Park Ji Hoo for Tenasia

| Netflix

Park Ji Hoo debuted back in 2016 in a short film titled The Home Without Me and began to see a slow, but steady increase in her casting offers. And while the talented actress has been featured in numerous other productions, such as Vanishing Time: A Boy Who ReturnedFabricated CityThe Witness, and more it wasn’t until her appearance in All of Us Are Dead that she began to experience nationwide popularity.

Source: Insight

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