Squid Game: 2 Weeks After Its Release, Korean Thriller Is Still Driving Fans Crazy

Netflix’s new k-drama, Squid Game seems to be soaring high with its never-ending fanbase. The survival drama is written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk and revolves around a group of 456 people from all walks of life who are invited to play a series of children’s games that have life-threatening consequences only to have a chance to win a ₩45.6 billion (US$38.7 million) prize. The new series is quite reminiscent of Netflix’s other dark drama, Black Mirror.

The series stars Lee Jung-jae, Wi Han-joon, Park Hae-soo, O Yeong-su, Jung Ho-yeon, Kim Joo-ryoung, Heo Sung-tae and Anupam Tripathi. Squid Game has reached the mark of becoming the most-watched Netflix content in multiple regions all across the world. The series has nine episodes, with most episodes having a runtime of around 50 minutes or more.

The fans of this new Netflix’s show cannot contain the excitement and there has been hype all over social media, even though it has been two weeks since the release of the show.

Check out some hilarious Twitter Reactions on Squid Game:

Fans are making it undeniable to watch the new Netflix release by taking it all over Twitter.

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In case, you haven’t watched Squid Game yet, here are a few tweets summarizing it all for you in pictures:

With every passing minute, Twitter is flooding with memes and art pieces on Squid Game– few honouring the show, few pained over the trauma the show injected by creating such memorable characters. Overall, it is a win-win for the audience that Netflix has given us yet another unmissable show!

If you haven’t watched the show yet, you can check out our review for it here.

Meanwhile, you can watch Squid Game streaming on Netflix.

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