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Squid Game Creator Explains To Fans What To Expect Ahead Of Season 2




Hwang Dong-hyuk, the creator of renowned South Korean series, Squid Game has revealed that the second season would be a ‘natural continuation’ of the first season.


The Korean filmmaker, in a The Hollywood Reporter exclusive, revealed that contrary to fans’ expectations, the sequel would be a natural evolution from where the story stopped in season one.

Dong-hyuk further shared more details about the series lead Gi-hun.


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Read an excerpt of the interview below:


I’ve seen many reactions from people about the show, but I don’t want to make season two as a response to those reactions.

He continued, “the philosophies I put in season one all naturally extend to season two. Instead of trying to meet the expectations of viewers, I just thought about the last moment when Gi-hun turned away from boarding the plane, and I thought about what he will do next.


There will naturally be a flow of events that will lead all the way to the end of the season. I can’t share any details yet, but you know that Seong Gi-hun has become a totally new person by the end of season one, so season two is going to be about what that new Gi-hun is going to do and how things will unfold with this new kind of character.”

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Released in September 2021 to record-breaking acclaim, ‘Squid Game’ follows Gi-hun, a down-on-his-luck chauffeur who is invited, alongside 455 indebted players, to play a series of children’s games for the grand prize of 45.6 billion.

The gamers soon discover that losing the games results in their death.


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