Squid Games Season 1 is almost here! Squid Game is an upcoming Netflix Original K-Drama thriller series written and directed by Hwang Dong-Hyuk. It’s been four years since Hwang Dong Hyuk’s last project, The Fortress, for which he won numerous prestigious awards at the Blue Dragon Film Awards, including the award for Best Screenplay.
The release date of Squid Games Season 1:
With the release of the date announcement, we can now confirm that the first season of Squid Game will arrive on Netflix on Friday, September 17th, 2021.
The cast of Squid Games Season 1:
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- Lee Jung-jae as Ki-hoon
- Park Hae-soo as Sang-woo
- Oh Young-soo
- Wi Ha-joon as Joon-ho
- Jung Ho-yeon as Sae-byeok
- Heo Sung-Tae
- Kim Joo-Ryung
- Lee Ji-ha
- Lee Yoo-mi
The trailer of Squid Games Season 1:
The show’s first teaser trailer premiered on YouTube on Wednesday, August 11. It offers a glimpse at what viewers can expect from the twisted, star-studded show when it releases on September 17.
The plot of Squid Games Season 1:
A group of contestants is invited to take part in a survival game, with the grand prize of $10 Million. Taking place at an undisclosed location, none of the contestants are allowed to leave until there is a final winner.
For each contestant, this is a chance of a lifetime to rebuild their lives after failing at it themselves previously. But the game is rigged, and it’s up to one of them to figure out how.
All contestants live off bread for a year after being dropped into an abandoned warehouse with minimal supplies, so any other foods that have been seen are typically rationed by the show’s producers.
The only exception seems to be when contestants scavenge from convenience stores or find themselves at a restaurant during their shopping trips – but these moments seem rare enough not to change things significantly.
They also drink water as needed from taps around the warehouse, but the show doesn’t let them eat or drink anything else. The rules and parameters are designed to push contestants to their limits for entertainment purposes – while also showcasing how different people react under certain conditions.