The first season of Squid Game, produced by Hwang Dong-hyuk on Netflix, had nine episodes. There are a total of 456 players in this Korean series & they are all in outstanding debt & as the series moves forward, viewers discover that they all risk their lives by playing life-risking games; even though the games are children’s games, the loser gets killed.
The winning prize is $45.6 billion. Despite the show being written in 2009, Hwang failed to convince the production company to stake in this show. Squid Game season 1 did exceptionally well; viewers were so eager to watch season 2 that they could not resist it.
It was evident that this show would be renewed. Squid Game, the South Korean show, won the hearts of many viewers & has made many fans from its first season. Netflix has officially announced the renewal of the second season of Squid Game.
Squid Game Season 2 Production Details
Squid Game season 1 ended with most cast dead, including Seong Gi-hun, Hwang Jun-ho, Hwang, and a recruiter. Squid Game 2nd Season will have a new model, but viewers can expect Lee Jung-Jae, Wi Ha-Joon, Lee Byung-hun, and Gong Yoo to return for the second season.
Squid Game season 2 is spoiled by Dong-hyuk unknowingly. He also said he’d like to add a relationship between Hwang Jun-ho and Hwang In-ho during the season 2 premiere. During season 1, it was shown there was a connection between the two of them.
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Is Squid Game based on real life?
The series was so successful that viewers were so intrigued that they wanted to know if it existed in reality? Dong-hyuk, despite the fact that Squid Game did not exist in reality, did portray a real-life sorrow such as poverty in Squid Game.