The creator of the series “Squid Game”, Hwang Dong-Hyuk, gave information on the realization of a second season. The television show drew some 123 million viewers within 23 days of its broadcast.
She kind of made the counters go crazy. With nearly 123 million viewers captured in the space of 23 days, the South Korean mini-series broadcast by the Netflix platform has been a real success. The film crew now enchains the red lurking and sometimes leaves some confessions. This is the case, among others, of the creator of the series, Hwang Dong-Hyuk, who said in front of the camera that a second season of the television show would see the light of day.
“There has been so much pressure, so many requests and so much love for a second season that I almost feel like you are not giving us a choice, but yes I can confirm that there will be a second season, the director said. I’m planning the process. But I think it’s too early to say when and how it’s going to be done. But I promise you: Gi-Hun (the hero, editor’s note) will be back and do something for the world. “
Scenes of violence in the playgrounds
The Netflix series that mixes violence and social allegories in a scenario that introduces a lot of violence. This is an element that had been decried: in the world, many young viewers have applied the codes of the series … in the playgrounds, to the dismay of the parents of the students.
The show features Koreans in a situation of marginalization who compete by participating in children’s games to win 45.6 billion won (33 million euros).