Director Hwang Dong Hyuk of ‘Squid Game‘ mentioned Season 2 and 3.
On December 28th, KBS ‘News Line‘ contained an interview with director Hwang Dong Hyuk of the Netflix original series ‘Squid Game‘.
‘Squid Game‘ stands tall as a topical work, sweeping domestic and international awards ceremonies despite three months of its release. For this reason, some are conveying their wishes for Season 2.
On that day, director Hwang Dong Hyuk answered the anchor’s question about the possibility of season 2, saying, “We and Netflix are still discussing Season 2 and 3 together.”
Then, director Hwang conveyed the possibility that the production time could be earlier than expected by the industry and said, “I wonder if there will be some kind of result or conclusion sooner or later. I think I can tell you that everyone is working positively to prepare for the next season. “
In particular, on this day, director Hwang raised expectations by mentioning the possibility of Season 3 of ‘Squid Game‘.
‘Squid Game‘ led the K-drama craze by raising social and economic issues overseas enough to raise Netflix stock price.
Regarding the popularity of ‘Squid Game‘, director Hwang said, “The fresh and unique subject of Korean children’s play and the universal theme that people all over the world can relate to right now, dealing with the extreme competition of a certain capitalist society, are intertwined, and many countries agree. I think I’ve come to like it,”
Also, for Season 2, he said, “The main character Seong Ki Hoon (Lee Jung Jae) will tell the story after that. So, the story of Ki Hoon, the people he meets, and the people who are chased are the main plot of Season 2.”
Meanwhile, ‘Squid Game‘ is a Netflix Korean series that tells the story of people who participate in a mysterious survival game with a prize of 45.6 billion won, risking their lives to become the ultimate winner, and challenging the extreme game.