Squid Game is an story of individuals who fail at life for different reasons, yet out of nowhere get a baffling greeting to participate in an endurance game to dominate in excess of 38 million US dollars. The game happens at a isolated island and the members are secured until there is a last winner. The story will join well known kids’ games from the 1970s and 1980s of Korea, for example, squid game, exacting interpretation of its Korean name, which is a kind of tag where offense and safeguard utilize a squid-molded board drawn in the soil.
Creator: Hwang Dong-hyuk
Starring: Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-soo, Oh Young-soo, Wi Ha-joon, Jung Ho-Yeon
Duration: 55 min
Premiere Date: 17 September 2021
Genres: Action, Drama, Mystery
|Country of origin
|Korean, English Urdu
|Seoul, South Korea
Squid Game Photos
|Mugunghwa Kkoch-i Pideon Nal
|Usan-eul Sseun Namja
|Unsu Joeun Nal
Season 1 Review:
Squid Game Season One starts by introducing us with a portion of the main leads of this series – every one of them, destitute, battling through frantic circumstances and some trusting that a little betting can change their fortune. We initially meet Gi-hun, a lively however poverty struck habitual gambler. Toward the finish of one downright awful day, Gi-hun meets a man who welcomes him to play a basic game for some cash. After many rounds of disappointment, and therefore slaps for each time that he comes up short, he at long last successes a round. The man then, at that point, gives him a meeting card with a number that is his entrance to a game show that can completely change him. When Gi-hun takes up this deal and willful acknowledges to be a part of this game, we meet the remainder of the members – many debt ridden and frantic people, all expecting an opportunity to change their fortune. However, at what stake? The rules of the game are basic. You observe the guidelines and pass the game. In any case, they are shot dead.
Here, then, at that point, starts a very addicting show where the members are not animated characters that are so effortlessly killed in a regular savage computer game, yet are real individuals. Squid Game’s courageous fierceness isn’t for weak willed, yet sharp friendly discourse and a shockingly delicate center will keep watchers stuck to the screen. This is a series that should be experienced, not examined or broken down. It is that kind of show that will remain on to you long after you’ve watched it.
Will there be a season 2 of Squid Game?
The vengeful completion of the season 1 leaves the story open for another portion, following Gi-hun as he conflicts with the rich geniuses behind the Game. However Netflix hasn’t uttered a word at this point, the show is recorded as an occasional series on the stage, not a restricted one, showing a Season 2 is not impossible. In addition, Netflix has a history marked by multi-season K-dramas. Since Squid Game follows a death match, a large portion of the cast doesn’t endure the first season. With the exception of Gi-hun, all of season 1’s players have kicked the bucket, including fan most loved Kang Sae-byeok (Jung Ho-yeon) and the mysterious genius Oh Il-nam.
Be it another Game or an activity to bring the entire enterprise down, Squid Game will require another cast of characters whatever road the new season could follow. The greatest K-drama at any point might even proceed past season 2. In a meeting with Korean broadcaster KBS, per Korea Times, Hwang uncovered that he has talked about a potential third season of Squid Game with Netflix, which would make the thrill ride one of the longest running Korean drama of all time. “I’m in talks with Netflix over season 2 as well as season 3, Hwang said. “We will arrive at a conclusion any time soon.”
|AFI Awards, USA 2022
|Asia Artist Awards 2021
|Grand Prize (Daesang)
Best Actor Award
Best Actor Award
|Best Director of the Year
Best Technical Artist of the Year
Best New Actress of the Year
|Gotham Awards 2021
|Breakthrough Series – Longform
|People’s Choice Awards, USA 2021
|The Bingeworthy Show of 2021
Series Writing Credits
|(9 episodes, 2021)