Diversity of cast seems to imply an Adam & Eve connection

Some may view this as a stretch, but I think it is worthy of mentioning. Has anyone noticed that the cast seems overly diverse as if it was purposely done? Now, I’m originally from New York City so I’m used to diversity – it isn’t something that usually draws my attention (actually the opposite usually gets my notice) – however, one could draw from the overly diverse cast that they are all connected to Adam & Eve(AE). Of course, an argument can be made that the diverse cast is just a reflection of the world they live in and has nothing to do with AE, but I have a feeling that there is an intention behind the diverse cast. Comments/thoughts?

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2 thoughts on “Diversity of cast seems to imply an Adam & Eve connection

  1. Uh, the black/white thing.
    I think the cast is diverse to make it interesting to a wide audience AND to show the Island as a microcosm of the world.

    P.S. I love Jin and Sun speaking Korean–it makes me want to learn the language!

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