The hit show was ranked first in Netflix’s global chart for almost a month straight.
If Netflix’s Squid Game left you on the edge of your seat, here’s some good news for you!
Director of the hit show Hwang Dong-hyuk is confident that Squid Game won’t end at season one.
Being ranked first on Netflix’s global chart for 29 days, the director says that he has no choice but to bring the show back in a second season due to high demands.
In an interview at a special event for the show on Nov 8, Hwang said: “We are in the talks for season two… It’s all in my head. I have the basic storyline, the broad plan, so we’re in the brainstorming stages.”
If his plans proceed, Hwang stated that main character Seong Gi-hun, also known as player 456, will return after season one’s cliffhanger ending.
While waiting for Squid Game season two, perhaps you could watch some other similar K-dramas.
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