Squid Game Review
A dark, hilarious look at the world of money and power through a series that is anything but typical. 456 people are in debt with nothing to their name when they’re faced with one chance for freedom–playing children’s games where losing means death! Based on Hwang Insoo’s own struggles early on as well as class disparity within South Korea though initially scripted back in 2008.
He had found it difficult until Netflix started looking into localization around 2019 after seeing how much interest there was abroad due mostly because streaming services want more original content available internationally so viewers don’t have to remove any service provider just so they can watch something localizable.
The writer and Director of this Web series is Hwang. Netflix’s newest show has been a sensation, with rave reviews from critics and fans alike. The production team deserves credit for creating such an original story that leaves audiences on the edge of their seats!
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|Genre||Action, Adventure & Drama|
|Language||Hindi & English|
|Quality||480p | 720p | 1080p|
|Episodes||9 Numbers of episodes|
A Story Of People Who Fail At Life For Various Reasons, But Suddenly Receive A Mysterious Invitation To Participate In A Survival Game called Squid Game. The game takes place at an unknown location and the participants are locked up until there is a final winner – which just so happens to be you! You’ll have 10 million dollars on your hands if this all works out in your favor…or not? This story will incorporate popular children’s games from Korea such as Squid Game (literal translation: ‘squid’) where offense uses one side of the board drawn with dirt while defense draws.
Squid Game Trailer