The collection comprises t-shirts as well as hoodies, which fans can customise to their liking.
For all fans of the unexpected hit Korean survival drama, Squid Game, Netflix has released official merchandise on its online store comprising t-shirts as well as hoodies which fans can customise to their liking.
The t-shirts feature the show’s logo as well as key images and have a starting price of US$34.95 (S$47) while hoodies are priced at US$49.95 (S$68) and come with either the square, triangle or circle symbol that represents the different guard ranks in the series.
Depending on the design chosen, you may be able to customise the shapes representing the guard ranks, the games featured, whether you want the show’s title to be in Korean or English and the player number.
For customers residing outside of the United States, you will need to have the apparel shipped to a US-based address. One way you can do this is by opening a free vPost account, which is an overseas forwarding service allowing Singaporeans to ship items from the US, China, Taiwan, Europe and more. The items will be shipped to a warehouse in that country before being shipped to Singapore.
For those not familiar, Squid Game is a South Korean survival drama starring Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-soo, Wi Ha-joon, Jung Ho-yeon, O Yeong-su, Heo Sung-tae, Anupam Tripathi and Kim Joo-ryoung.
It was released on Netflix on Sep 17 and follows 456 players competing to win ₩45.6 billion (S$52.2 million) by playing games from their childhood, with the losers being “eliminated” by execution.
If you cannot get enough of the series, immerse yourself with some filters and games.
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