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[1 ] Exibição Emissora original Netflix Formato de exibição 4K ( Ultra HD) Formato de áudio Dolby Atmos Transmissão original 17 de setembro de 2021 ( 2021-09-17) Temporadas 1 (2° em negociação) Episódios 9 Ligações externas Site oficial Squid Game ( hangul: 오징어 게임; rr: Ojing-eo Geim: "jogo da lula"), conhecido como Round 6 no Brasil, [2 ] é uma série de televisão de drama e thriller sul-coreana transmitida pela Netflix, escrito e dirigido por Hwang Dong-hyuk, [3 ] [4 ] [5 ] sobre centenas de pessoas de todos os níveis sociais que estão endividados que participam de um misterioso jogo de sobrevivência com consequências fatais concorrendo a um prêmio bilionário.

[6 ] [7 ] [8 ] Squid Game foi lançada mundialmente em 17 de setembro de 2021 e distribuída pela Netflix. lee yoo mi squid game ] [10 ] A série recebeu críticas geralmente positivas e, em uma semana, foi um dos programas mais assistidos da Netflix em vários países, e foi uma das responsáveis pelo aumento do faturamento da empresa no terceiro trimestre de 2021.

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{INSERTKEYS} [11 ] Em 9 de novembro de 2021, o criador da série Hwang Dong-hyuk, confirmou ao site AP NEWS que Round 6 terá uma 2ª temporada. [12 ] Até o momento a Netflix não anunciou oficialmente a renovação. Índice • 1 Enredo • 2 Jogos [14 ] • 3 Elenco • 3.1 Principal • 3.2 Participantes do jogo • 3.3 Outros • 4 Episódios • 4.1 Primeira Temporada (2021) • 5 Recepção • 5.1 Crítica • 5.2 Público • 5.3 Brasil • 6 Indicações • 7 Notas • 8 Referências • 9 Ligações externas Enredo [ editar - editar código-fonte ] Squid Game conta a história de 456 pessoas que são convidadas a arriscar suas vidas em um misterioso jogo de sobrevivência [6 ] [7 ] do tipo Battle Royale, [13 ] composto por seis brincadeiras infantis, que disputam um prêmio de ₩45,6 bilhões (US $38,7 milhões).

[6 ] [7 ] [13 ] Como a espinha dorsal, o destaque é Seong Gi-hun ( Lee Jung-jae) que recebe o número 456. Gi-hun é um motorista divorciado e viciado em jogos de azar. Ele mora com sua mãe e luta para sustentar financeiramente sua filha, Seong Ga-yeong. Ele participa do jogo para pagar suas muitas dívidas e provar que está financeiramente estável o suficiente para ter a guarda da filha, que partirá para os Estados Unidos com a mãe e o padrasto.

Ao entrar, ele se une a um grupo (Cho Sang-woo, 218, ex-colega e ex-chefe de uma equipe de investimentos, Kang Sae-byeok, 067, uma trombadinha que quer dar um lar para sua família, Oh Il-nam, 001, um homem idoso com um tumor cerebral e Abdul Ali, 199, um trabalhador migrante do Paquistão com atrasos de pagamentos) para criar uma tática com o fim de conseguir ganhar os jogos ou pelo menos uns conseguirem o outros.

Jogos [14 ] [ editar - editar código-fonte ] Batatinha Frita 1, 2, 3 ou Macaquinho Limão da Banana: No jogo há uma boneca gigante que gira a cabeça e diz Batatinha Frita 1, 2, 3. Depois ela se vira novamente e a qualquer movimento dos participantes ocorre a eliminação com um tiro.

Para vencer o desafio os participantes precisam avançar e cruzar em até cinco minutos a linha de chegada que está próximo à boneca. Colmeia de Açúcar: A colmeia de açúcar é um biscoito feito de açúcar e bicarbonato, em 4 formatos diferentes, estrela, círculo, guarda-chuva e triângulo. Os desafiantes precisam remover esse formato do biscoito sem quebrar ou trincar. Caso não consiga, é eliminado com um tiro. Cabo de Guerra: No jogo os participantes vão para uma plataforma alta, onde são divididos em 2 grupos, com 10 pessoas cada.

Vence o grupo que conseguir puxar mais a corda a seu favor e retirando o adversário da plataforma. O time derrotado fica pendurado e a quando a corda é cortada, morrem na queda.

Bolinhas de Gude: Cada participante possui 10 bolinhas de gude e precisa ganhar as 10 do adversário. Nesse desafio, os participantes poderiam escolher os jogos, como adivinhar se é par ou ímpar e a quantidade de bolas que estão na mão fechada ou a bolinha que atingir a maior distância ao ser lançada.

Quem perde as 10 bolinhas é eliminado com um tiro. Ponte de Cristal: Uma ponte enorme que consiste em dois blocos de vidros: temperado que suporta o peso da pessoa normal e vidro normal que não suporta o peso da pessoa, fazendo com que o participante despenque de altura de 5 andares.

Para concluir esse desafio os participantes precisam memorizar os locais que já foram pisados e atravessar para o outro lado da ponte antes que o tempo de 16 minutos acabe.

Jogo da Lula: É o último jogo cujo dá nome a série. Nele um adversário é defensor e o outro é atacante. A defesa não pode permitir que o adversário avance até o triângulo pequeno dentro da cabeça da Lula. Para isso, ele precisa retirá-lo do campo ou derrotá-lo na área de combate no corpo da lula.

Elenco [ editar - editar código-fonte ] HoYeon Jung (Kang Sae-byeok, Jogadora 067) Principal [ editar - editar código-fonte ] O número em parenteses correspondem ao atribuído a cada personagem no jogo • Lee Jung-jae como Seong Gi-hun (성기훈, 456), [8 ] [4 ] é um motorista divorciado e viciado em jogos de azar.

Ele mora com sua mãe e luta para sustentar financeiramente sua filha. Ele participa do jogo para saldar suas muitas dívidas e para provar que é financeiramente estável o suficiente para ter a custódia de sua filha, que partirá para os Estados Unidos com a mãe e o padrasto. • Park Hae-soo como Cho Sang-woo (조상우, 218), [8 ] [4 ] o ex-chefe de uma equipe de investimentos em uma empresa de valores mobiliários. Ele foi um colega júnior de Gi-hun e estudou na Universidade Nacional de Seul.

Ele é procurado pela polícia por roubar dinheiro de seus clientes e acumular dívidas enormes com maus investimentos. • Wi Ha-joon como Hwang Jun-ho (황준호), [4 ] um policial que entra sorrateiramente no jogo como guarda para encontrar seu irmão desaparecido. • HoYeon Jung como Kang Sae-byeok (강새벽, 067), [4 ] uma desertora norte-coreana.

Ela entra no jogo para pagar por um corretor que pode resgatar seus pais na fronteira e comprar uma casa para sua família reunida morar.

• Oh Yeong-su como Oh Il-nam (오일남, 001), [4 ] um homem idoso com um tumor cerebral que prefere jogar o jogo em vez de esperar para morrer no mundo exterior. • Heo Sung-tae como Jang Deok-su (장덕수, 101), [4 ] um gangster que entra no Jogo para saldar suas dívidas de jogo maciças, que incluem dinheiro que ele roubou de seu chefe e subordinados.

• Anupam Tripathi como Abdul Ali (알리, 199), [4 ] um trabalhador migrante do Paquistão que entra no jogo para sustentar sua jovem família depois que seu chefe se recusa a pagá-lo por meses. • Kim Joo-ryoung como Han Mi-nyeo (한미녀, 212), [4 ] uma mulher barulhenta e manipuladora. Seus motivos para entrar no jogo nunca são explicados, mas ela se gaba de ter sido acusada cinco vezes por fraude, o que sugere que ela é uma vigarista.

Participantes do jogo [ editar - editar código-fonte ] • Yoo Sung-joo como Byeong-gi (111), [15 ] um médico que trabalha secretamente com um grupo de guardas corruptos para traficar os órgãos de participantes mortos em troca de informações sobre os próximos jogos.

• Lee Yoo-mi como Ji-Yeong (240), [16 ] uma jovem que acaba de ser libertada da prisão após matar seu pai abusivo. • Kim Si-hyun como Jogador 244, um pastor que redescobre sua fé durante o jogo. • Lee Sang-hee como Jogador 017, [17 ] um fabricante de vidros. • Kim Yun-tae como Jogador 069, um jogador que entra no jogo com sua esposa, Jogadora 070.

• Lee Ji-ha como Jogadora 070, [18 ] uma jogadora que entra no jogo com seu marido, Jogador 069. • Kwak Ja-hyoung como Jogador 278, um jogador que se junta ao grupo de Deok-su e atua como seu capanga. • Chris Chan como Jogador 276, [19 ] um jogador que se junta ao grupo de Seong Gi-hun na rodada do Cabo de guerra. Outros [ editar - editar código-fonte ] • Kim Young-ok como mãe do Gi-hun [20 ] • Cho Ah-in como Seong Ga-yeong, filha de Gi-hun • Kang Mal-geum como Gi-hun, ex-esposa de Gi-hun [20 ] • Park Hye-jin como mãe de Sang-woo • Park Si-wan como Kang Cheol, irmão de Sae-byeok • Gong Yoo como recrutador do jogo [21 ] • Lee Byung-hun como The Front Man / Hwang In-ho [22 ] • Lee Jung-jun como Guarda [23 ] • John D.

Michaels como VIP #1 [24 ] • Daniel C. Kennedy como VIP #2 [24 ] • David Lee como VIP #3 • Geoffrey Giuliano como VIP #4 [24 ] • Stephane Mot como VIP #5 • Michael Davis como VIP #6 Episódios [ editar - editar código-fonte ] Temporada Episódios Originalmente lançado 1 9 17 de setembro de 2021 ( 2021-09-17) Primeira Temporada (2021) [ editar - editar código-fonte ] № na série № na temporada Título Dirigido por Escrito por Exibição original 1 1 "Luz vermelha, luz verde ( Mugunghwa Kkoch-i Pideon Nal 무궁화 꽃이 피던 날) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Arruinado e pronto para qualquer coisa, Gi-hun concorda em participar de um jogo misterioso.

Mas desde o primeiro teste, a promessa de dinheiro fácil dá lugar ao horror. [5 ] 2 2 "Inferno ( Ji-ok 지옥) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 O grupo organiza uma votação para decidir se continua ou abandona a aventura. Mas a realidade do mundo exterior pode ser tão implacável quanto o jogo.

[5 ] 3 3 "O Homem com guarda-chuva ( Usan-eul Sseun Namja 우산을 쓴 남자) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Vários jogadores passam para o próximo teste, tão delicioso quanto mortal.

Alguns são mais favorecidos do que outros. Jun-ho consegue se infiltrar. [5 ] 4 4 "Fique com a equipe ( Jjollyeodo Pyeonmeokgi 쫄려도 편먹기) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Os jogadores formam alianças. Ao cair da noite, ninguém está seguro no dormitório. Para a terceira prova, a equipe de Gi-hun deve pensar estrategicamente.

[5 ] 5 5 "Um Mundo Justo ( Pyeongdeung-han Sesang 평등한 세상) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Gi-hun e sua equipe se revezam para ficar de guarda a noite toda. Os homens mascarados enfrentam problemas em seu próprio campo conspiratório. [5 ] 6 6 "Ganbu ( Kkanbu 깐부) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Os jogadores formam pares para a quarta rodada.

Gi-hun enfrenta um dilema moral. Enquanto Sang-woo escolhe se preservar, Sae-byeok se abre. [5 ] 7 7 "VIPS [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Convidados VIP são recebidos com honras nos assentos da primeira fila do show.

A pressão do quinto game é tão forte que alguns jogadores desistem. [5 ] 8 8 "O líder ( Peulonteu Maen 프론트맨) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 Antes da última prova, a desconfiança e o nojo reinam entre os finalistas. Jun-ho foge, determinado a revelar o lado negro da competição. [5 ] 9 9 "Um dia de sorte ( Unsu Joeun Nal 운수 좋은 날) [25 ]" Hwang Dong-Hyuk Hwang Dong-Hyuk 17 de setembro de 2021 A rodada final é um teste igualmente cruel, mas desta vez a conclusão está nas mãos de um jogador.

O cérebro do jogo emerge das sombras. [5 ] Recepção [ editar - editar código-fonte ] Crítica [ editar - editar código-fonte ] No agregador de críticas Rotten Tomatoes, que categoriza as opiniões apenas como positivas ou negativas, a primeira temporada tem um índice de aprovação de 94% calculado com base em 33 comentários dos críticos que é seguido do consenso: "A brutalidade inflexível do Squid Game não é para os fracos de coração, mas comentários sociais afiados e um núcleo surpreendentemente terno manterão os espectadores grudados na tela - mesmo que seja enquanto assistem entre os dedos." [26 ] Já no agregador Metacritic, com base em 35 opiniões de críticos que escrevem em maioria para a imprensa tradicional, tem uma média aritmética ponderada de 78 entre 100, com a indicação de "revisões geralmente favoráveis".

[27 ] Isabela Boscov disse que devido a data de lançamento da série ela fala ( metaforicamente) do "medo da ruína financeira" e "a sensação de inutilidade que as pessoas podem ter hoje em dia com o local de trabalho", e acrescentou, "outro apsecto mais importante dessa série é essa cultura do tudo pode ser assistido, essa cultura do reality, por mais humilhante, desmoralizante, ou absurdo que ele seja".

[28 ] Público [ editar - editar código-fonte ] Dalgona A série se tornou o primeiro drama coreano a chegar ao topo das 10 paradas de programas de TV semanais mais assistidos da Netflix em todo o mundo. Alcançou o número 1 em 90 países, incluindo os Estados Unidos e o Reino Unido. [29 ] [30 ] [31 ] Fora da Coreia do Sul, a Netflix não investiu pesadamente na promoção do programa, e sua popularidade foi impulsionada principalmente pelo boca a boca e propagação viral nas redes sociais.

A Vulture também afirmou que a localização generalizada do programa, com legendas em 37 idiomas e versões dubladas em 34 idiomas, ajudou a capturar um público internacional. [32 ] Hwang acreditava que a popularidade se devia "à ironia de que adultos desesperados arriscam suas vidas para ganhar um jogo infantil", bem como à familiaridade e simplicidade dos jogos que permitiam que o programa se concentrasse na caracterização.

A diversidade dos personagens que jogam o Squid Game, vindos de diferentes estilos de vida da classe baixa e média, também ajuda a atrair o público para assistir, pois muitos podem encontrar simpatia em um ou mais dos personagens. [33 ] Na Coréia do Sul, a popularidade do Squid Game levou a um aumento no tráfego de rede que fez a SK Broadband entrar com um processo contra a Netflix, buscando indenização monetária para pagar pelo aumento do uso da banda larga e custos de manutenção associados ao programa.

[34 ] Um dos números de telefone usados ​​no programa pertencia a uma residência privada, e o homem relatou receber até 4.000 ligações por dia de pessoas, várias das quais desejavam jogar uma versão real do jogo. [35 ] Como o programa foi apresentado antes da eleição presidencial de 2022 na Coreia do Sul, vários dos candidatos começaram a usar algumas das imagens do Squid Game em seus anúncios políticos e desafiar os oponentes para jogos semelhantes, [36 ] bem como usar os temas do programa relacionado à disparidade econômica como parte de sua plataforma política.

[37 ] Pouco depois do lançamento do programa, os usuários das redes sociais adaptaram alguns dos jogos apresentados no Squid Game como desafios da Internet, incluindo o primeiro jogo " Red Light, Green Light" e o segundo jogo de biscoitos honeycomb. [38 ] Os usuários do ambiente interativo Roblox criaram vários jogos no sistema que foram baseados em um ou mais dos desafios do Squid Game. [39 ] Os vendedores coreanos de dalgona, o doce favo de mel apresentado no segundo jogo, encontraram um aumento significativo nas vendas após o lançamento do programa.

[40 ] Brasil [ editar - editar código-fonte ] A Câmara de Vereadores de Içara, no estado de Santa Catarina, apresentou um requerimento à Netflix pedindo a retirada da série sul-coreana Squid Game do catálogo do streaming. A justificativa dos parlamentares é de que a violência mostrada no seriado causa "impacto negativo nas crianças e adolescentes em idade escolar".

O autor do requerimento é o vereador Edson Freitas, do MDB. "O conteúdo da série contém violência explícita, tortura psicológica, suicídio, tráfico de órgãos e cenas de sexo, utiliza-se de brincadeiras simples de crianças (...) para assassinar a 'sangue frio' as pessoas que não atingem o objetivo final", diz o texto.

Segundo o vereador, o conteúdo da série preocupa a saúde mental das crianças, já que "mistura brincadeira de crianças com crimes bárbaros". A câmara municipal confirma o envio do documento, mas não informa se houve resposta por parte da Netflix.

[nota 1 ] [42 ] Indicações [ editar - editar código-fonte ] Ano Prêmio(s) Categoria Nomeações Resultado Ref. 2021 Gotham Awards Série Revelação Squid Game Kim Ji-yeon, Hwang Dong-hyuk, produtores executivos Pendente [43 ] Desempenho excepcional em uma nova série Lee Jung-jae como Seong Gi-hun Pendente Prémios People's Choice Show do ano digno de nota Squid Game Pendente [44 ] Rose d'Or Drama Squid Game Pendente [45 ] Notas • ↑ Lee, Julie (10 de agosto de 2021).

«Squid Game invites you to deadly childhood games on September 17» [Squid Game convida você para jogos infantis mortais em 17 de setembro]. Netflix Media Center (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021.

Cópia arquivada em 11 de agosto de 2021 • ↑ Marin, Jorge (3 de outubro de 2021). «Netflix é processada devido ao sucesso de Round 6 na Coreia do Sul». tecmundo . Consultado em 26 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 4 de outubro de 2021 – via nexperts • ↑ Pineda, Cherry (23 de setembro de 2021). « 'Squid Game: Extra Life' premieres on 'It's Showtime '» ["Squid Game: Vida Extra" estreia no "It’s Showtime"]. Push (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 24 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ a b c d e f g h i Millan, Camilla (28 de outubro de 2021).

«Round 6: Conheça o elenco (e personagens) da série hit da Netflix». RollingStone . Consultado em 26 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 28 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ a b c d e f g h i j «Squid Game S01» [Round 6 EP01].

Heart (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ a b c «Squid Game – (Korean Drama, 2021, 오징어게임)» [Squid Game - (Drama coreano, 2021, 오징어 게임)]. HanCinema . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 11 de agosto de 2021 • ↑ a b c Bernardo, Jaehwa (15 de setembro de 2021). «Korean series 'Squid Game' gives deadly twist to children's games» [A série coreana "Squid Game" dá um toque mortal aos jogos infantis].

ABS-CBN News (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 15 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ a b c Moon, Ji-yeon (11 de março de 2020). «[공식] 이정재X박해수, 넷플릭스 '오징어게임' 주연 캐스팅» [[Oficial] Lee Jung-jae X Park Hae-soo escalado como o protagonista de "Squid Game" da Netflix]. Sports Chosun (em coreano) . Consultado em 26 de novembro de 2021.

Cópia arquivada em 3 de outubro de 2021 – via Naver • ↑ Ji-won, Kim (11 de agosto de 2021). «전여빈 나나 류경수 '글리치' 촬영 중단 "보조출연자 코로나 확진"[공식]» [[Oficial] "Squid Game" de Lee Jung-jae X Park Hae-soo será lançado na Netflix em 17 de setembro].]. Ten Asia (em coreano) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 25 de julho de 2021 – via Naver • ↑ Robinson, Jacob (11 de agosto de 2021).

«Netflix K-Drama Thriller 'Squid Game' Season 1: Coming to Netflix in September 2021» [Temporada 1 do drama/thriller coreando "Squid Game" da Netflix: Chegando à Netflix em setembro de 2021]. What's on Netflix (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 11 de agosto de 2021 • ↑ Vomero, Renata (20 de outubro de 2021). «Netflix anuncia crescimento em trimestre de retomada do setor de entreterimento». Portal Exibidor . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ Pedro, João (14 de novembro de 2021).

«Round 6 2ª temporada: Data de estreia na Netflix e spoilers». Sanatório Geek . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ a b Rechena, Sara (29 de setembro de 2021). «Squid Game, da Netflix - Análise». IGN Portugal . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ Batista, Luccas (28 de setembro de 2021). «Conheça os 6 jogos de Round 6». Manual dos Games . Consultado em 28 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ Mutuc, Peter (23 de setembro de 2021).

«Squid Game Cast & Character Guide» [Elenco do Squid Game e guia de personagens]. SCREENRANT (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 26 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ Hyun-ho, Sang (18 de setembro de 2021). «넷플릭스 '오징어 게임' 신스틸러 김주령-이유미, 과거 출연작 재조명» [Os ladrões de cenas do "Squid Game" da Netflix, Kim Joo-ryeong e Lee Yoo-mi, reexaminam suas aparições passadas]. Top StarNews (em coreano) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021.

Cópia arquivada em 19 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ Hye-yeon, Jeong (26 de setembro de 2021). «[팝업★]'오징어 게임 유리공' 이상희, 이정재 내공에 감탄.."스타는 달라 "» [[Popup ★] "Bola de vidro do Squid Game": Lee Sang-hee, admirando o trabalho de Lee Jung-jae - "As estrelas são diferentes"]. Herald Pop (em coreano) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 29 de setembro de 2021 – via Naver • ↑ Choi Hee-jae (2 de setembro de 2021).

«이지하, '돼지의 왕' 출연 확정...김동욱과 母子 호흡 [공식입장]» [Lee Ji-ha confirmed to appear in 'The King of Pigs'...Kim Dong-wook and 母子 Breathing [Official Position]] (em coreano).

X-sports News. Paragraph 5 . Consultado em 29 de setembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 29 de setembro de 2021 – via Naver • ↑ «Get to know 'Squid Game' Filipino actor Chris Chan - GMA Entertainment». www.gmanetwork.com . Consultado em 29 de setembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 29 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ a b Wi Geun-Woo (24 de setembro de 2021). «중년 남성에 대한 연민에서만 일관적인, 마구잡이 서바이벌 '오징어게임' [위근우의 리플레이]» [O 'jogo da lula' de sobrevivência aleatório consistente apenas na compaixão por homens de meia-idade] (em coreano).

Kyunghyang Shinmun . Consultado em 29 de setembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 29 de setembro de 2021 – via Naver • ↑ Lee Ye-eun (21 de julho de 2020). «[공식입장] 공유 측 "넷플릭스 '오징어 게임' 특별 출연…'도가니' 감독과의 인연 "» [Gong Yoo's side "Special appearance on Netflix's 'Squid Game'… A relationship with the director of 'The Crucible'"].

My Daily (em coreano). Naver . Consultado em 12 de agosto de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 1 de novembro de 2020 • ↑ «Squid Game's Cast Features a Mix of Korean Film Powerhouses and Up and Comers».

Esquire . Consultado em 28 de setembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 24 de setembro de 2021 • ↑ Yoon Seol-hwa (29 de setembro de 2021). « "10초 등장했을 뿐인데"...'오징어 게임' 속 가면남은 누구? [스타★샷]» ["It only appeared for 10 seconds"...who is the masked person in 'Squid Game'? [Star Shot]] (em coreano). Sports World . Consultado em 29 de setembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 29 de setembro de 2021 – via Naver • ↑ a b c Bellows, Chris (7 de outubro de 2021). «Who Are Squid Game's VIPs?

Every Actor» [Quem são os VIPs do Squid Game? Todos os atores]. SCREENRANT (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 8 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ a b c d e f g h i Foreman, Polly (1 de outubro de 2021). «How many episodes of Squid Game are there on Netflix?» [Quantos episódios do Squid Game existem na Netflix?]. Heart (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ «Squid Game». Rotten Tomatoes (em inglês) . Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ «Squid Game: Season 1 (2021)».

Metacritic (em inglês) . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ "Round 6": no jogo da Netflix, os coreanos entram para ganhar (vídeo). Brasil: Isabela Boscov . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «S. Korean series 'Squid Game' tops U.S. chart on Netflix». YNA (em inglês) . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ « 'Squid Game' tops global Netflix chart». Korea Times (em inglês) .

Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «Squid Game: the hellish horrorshow taking the whole world by storm». The Guardian (em inglês) . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «Planet Squid Game». Vulture (em inglês) . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «S.Korea broadband firm sues Netflix after traffic surge from 'Squid Game '».

Reuteurs (em inglês) . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «Squid Game: The Netflix show adding murder to playground nostalgia». BBC (em inglês) . Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «Netflix's 'Squid Game' Is the Dystopian Hit No One Wanted—Until Everyone Did».

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The Wall Street Journal (em inglês). Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «Squid Game causes Korean man to get buried in calls from would-be murder game participants». The A.V. Club (em inglês). Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ « 'Squid Game' is No.

1 on Netflix and South Koreans are using the survival drama to talk about inequality». The Washington Post (em inglês). Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «The deadly 'Red Light, Green Light' game from Netflix's 'Squid Game' has become a viral TikTok meme». Insider (em inglês). Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ «Squid Game Knockoffs Are Blowing Up on Roblox». IGN (em inglês). Consultado em 5 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ Park, Minwoo; Cha, Sangmi (2 de outubro de 2021).

«Squid Game: South Korean confectioner basks in fame of 'sweet and deadly' treat which stars in Netflix hit» [Squid Game: o confeiteiro sul-coreano se deleita com lee yoo mi squid game fama de delícias "doces e mortais" que as estrelas do Netflix fizeram].

Independent (em inglês). Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ Cecília Emiliana (17 de outubro de 2021). «Febre Round 6: 'Diálogo aberto é melhor que censura', orienta psicóloga». Estado de Minas. Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ «Vereadores de município de SC pedem que série 'Round 6' seja retirada da Netflix». Portal iG. 30 de outubro de 2021. Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021 • ↑ Andreeva, Nellie (21 de outubro de 2021).

« 'Squid Game' Gets First Awards Recognition With Two Gotham Nominations» ["Squid Game" obtém o primeiro reconhecimento com duas indicações em Gotham]. Deadline Hollywood (em inglês). Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 25 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ Crist, Allison (27 de outubro de 2021). «2021 People's Choice Awards: Complete List of Nominees» [Prêmios People's Choice de 2021: lista completa dos indicados].

eonline (em inglês). Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 27 de outubro de 2021 • ↑ Southern, Keiran (3 de novembro de 2021).

«Bridgerton and Squid Game among nominees for Rose d'Or Awards» [Bridgerton e Squid Game entre os indicados ao prêmio Rose d'Or]. PA Media (em inglês). Consultado em 25 de novembro de 2021. Cópia arquivada em 26 de novembro de 2021 – via Yahoo News Ligações externas [ editar - editar código-fonte ] • Squid Game na Netflix • « Squid Game». no IMDb • Squid game (em inglês) no Rotten Tomatoes • Squid Game (em inglês) no HanCinema • Squid game (em coreano) lee yoo mi squid game Daum • After Life • Black Summer • Bonding • Criminal: UK • Dead to Me • Family Reunion • Dolly Parton's Heartstrings • Historical Roasts • Huge in France • I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson • It's Bruno!

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This page lists all the cast members in the Netflix series Squid Game. Contents • 1 Main Cast • 2 Supporting Cast • 2.1 Others • 2.2 Special Appearances Main Cast *Numbers in parentheses indicate the character's assigned number in the Squid Game. • Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi- hun (456), a chauffeur and a gambling addict, he lives with his mother and struggles to financially support his daughter.

He participates in the Game to settle his many debts. • Park Hae-soo as Cho Sang-woo (218), the head of the investment team at a securities company, he is a junior to Gi-hun and was a gifted student who graduated top of his class at Seoul National University. He is now wanted by the police for stealing money from his clients and using that money to gamble. • Jung Ho-yeon as Kang Sae-byeok (067), a North Korean defector who enters the Game to pay for a broker to find and retrieve her surviving family member(s) who are still across the border.

• O Yeong-su as Oh Il-nam (001), an elderly man with a brain tumor who secretly is running the Squid Games. However he prefers playing the Game as opposed to waiting to die in the outside world.

• Anupam Tripathi as Ali Abdul (199), an immigrant from Pakistan who joins the games to regain his money for his family, that his exploitative boss took. • Heo Sung-tae as Jang Deok-su (101), a gangster and mob-boss who enters the Game to settle his massive gambling debts. • Kim Joo-ryoung as Han Mi-nyeo (212), a debtridden manipulative woman who claims to be a poor single mother who recently gave birth.

• Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho, a police officer who sneaks into the Game as Guard 29 to find his missing brother.

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• * Kim Si-hyun as Player 244, a pastor who rediscovers his faith during the Game. • * Lee Sang-hee as Player 017, a former glass-maker with more than 30 years experience. • * Kim Yun-tae as Player 069, a player who joins the Game with his wife, Player 070. • * Lee Ji-ha as Player 070, a player who joins the Game with her husband, Player 069.

• Kwak Ja-hyoung as Player 278, a player who joins Deok-su's group and acts as his henchman. • Christian Lagahit as Player 276, a player who joins Seong Gi-hun's group in the Tug of War round. • Won Choon-gyu as Player 066, a player who call out the Squid Game staff for killing the other players and decided to not return to the Squid Games after voting on the games' termination. Others • Kim Young-ok as Gi-hun's mother • Cho Ah-in as Lee yoo mi squid game Ga-yeong, Gi-hun's daughter • Kang Mal-geum as Gi-hun's ex-wife and Ga-yeong's mother • Park Hye-jin as Sang-Woo's mother • Park Si-wan as Kang Cheol / Sae-byeok's brother Special Appearances • Gong Yoo as the salesman who recruits participants for the Game (Episodes 1 and 9) • Lee Byung-hun as The Front Man / Hwang In-ho (Episodes 8–9) • Lee Jung-jun as Unnamed Manager (Episode 3)
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• Personal Quotes • Trivia • Trademark Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards Related Items • Credited With • News • External Sites Professional Services • Get more at IMDbPro Personal Quote: Both dramas were filmed outside of the city, so I had to commute back and forth a lot.

Also, my two characters had completely different personalities. When I was filming All Of Us Are Dead, I intentionally tried to fill up my acting [with intensity and emotion], and when I was filming Squid Game, I emptied myself before acting. Korean A-list actor Lee Byung Hun certainly needs no introduction: The multi-awarded actor has starred in over 50 Korean and Hollywood film and television productions over his impressive 30-year entertainment career!

He is currently making a TV comeback with the Netflix slice-of-life drama Our Blues. Let's take a closer look at some of Lee Byung Hun's most notable filmography.

Early Projects 1. A Bittersweet Life (2005) Who else is in it: Shin Min Ah, Jung Yu Mi Listed as one of the best mobster movies by The Lee yoo mi squid game, A Bittersweet Life revolves around Kim Sun Woo (Lee Byung Hun), a high-ranking member of a crime syndicate tasked with spying on his boss' mistress who is suspected of having an affair with another man.

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Masquerade (2012) Who else is in it: Ryu Seung Ryong, Han Hyo Joo Lee Byung Hun takes on two roles in this Joseon period film: The cruel King Gwang Hae and the acrobat Ha Sun.

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In 2019, the film was remade into a K-drama titled The Masked Clown starring Yeo Jin Goo. Masquerade - Official Main Trailer w/ English Subtitles [HD] 3. Inside Men (2015) Who else is in it: Cho Seung Woo, Kim Dae Myung Based on the webtoon The Insiders, this political revenge film is about the unlikely partnership between prosecutor Woo Jang Hoon (Cho Seung Woo) and retired gangster Ahn Sang Goo (Lee Byung Hun).

Determined to uncover the secrets behind the very suspicious presidential campaign funds of a congressman, the prosecutor teams up with Sang Goo, a man lee yoo mi squid game on revenge after his hand was *cut off* for having a record of the slush fund.

Inside Men Trailer Recent Projects 4. Mr. Sunshine (2018) Who else is in it: Kim Tae Ri, Yoo Yeon Seok Set in the turbulent political period before and during the early days of Japan's annexation of South Korea, Mr. Sunshine is a political romance drama centered on Eugene Choi (Lee Byung Hun), a Korean-born U.S Marine officer, and Go Ae Shin (Kim Tae Ri), a noblewoman who is secretly a member of a civilian freedom fighter army.

This critically-acclaimed drama written by Kim Eun Sook (the screenwriter behind Descendants Of The Sun and Goblin) helped Lee Byung Hun bag the Grand Prize at the 2019 APAN Star Awards.

Mr. Sunshine - Weekly Trailer 12 [HD] - Netflix 5. The Man Standing Next (2020) Who else is in it: Lee Sung Min, Kwak Do Won President Park (Lee Sung Min) has held on to his leadership position for the past 18 years. His dictatorship is threatened by a soon-to-be-published memoir by former Korean CIA director Park Yong Gak (Kwak Do Won) that will expose his government’s corruption.

The president enlists the help of the current KCIA director Kim Gyu Pyeong (Lee Byung Hun) to retrieve the manuscript before it goes public.

Alliances change as Gyu Pyeong discovers the growing influence of the president’s chief bodyguard. Lee Byung Hun's character is based on Kim Jae Gyu, a KCIA director who assassinated South Korea's dictator president Park Chung Hee in 1979. The Man Standing Next Trailer #1 (2020) - Movieclips Indie 6. Squid Game (2021) Who else is in it: Lee Jung Jae, Park Hae Soo, Jung Ho Yeon Squid Game is a highly popular Netflix drama about 456 debt-ridden players who plays a *deadly* series of children's games to potentially take home the 45.6 billion won cash prize.

Lee Byung Hun stars as Hwang In Ho a.k.a The Front Man who oversees the operations of the survival competition. Squid Game - Official Trailer - Netflix 7. Our Blues (2022) Who else is in it: Shin Min Ah, Han Ji Min, Kim Woo Bin, Uhm Jung Hwa Lee Byung Hun is reuniting with his A Bittersweet Life co-star Shin Min Ah in this star-studded drama revolving around a close-knit group of people living on Jeju island. Byung Hun will play the role of Lee Dong Seok, a truck driver-salesman born and raised on the island.

He crosses paths with the new island resident Min Seon Ah, a woman with a sad past. Our Blues - Official Trailer - Netflix [ENG SUB] Upcoming projects 8. Concrete Utopia (TBA) Who else is in it: Park Seo Joon, Park Bo Young Concrete Utopia is an upcoming disaster film that revolves around the aftermath of a devastating earthquake in Seoul. The survivors gather at the one and only apartment building left in the city under the leadership of the reliable Young Tak (Lee Byung Hun).

9. The Match (TBA) Who else is in it: Yoo Ah In The sports biopic film will tell the story of real-life Baduk players Cho Hun Hyun and Lee Chang Ho. Lee Byung Hun is taking on the role of Hun Hyun, the veteran player who lee yoo mi squid game a mentor for the promising amateur player Chang Ho (Yoo Ah In). MORE K-DRAMA ROUNDUPS FEATURING YOUR FAVORITE ACTORS: 8 Yoon Chan Young Dramas And Movies That You Can Stream Right Now 8 K-Dramas To Watch If You're A Fan Of Nam Yoon Su
Unless you were on a retreat to the Mariana Trench, you’ll know that in 2019, Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite took the world by storm.

Not only did its genre-blending social commentary win unanimous plaudits from cinema-goers and critics alike, but it’s also made history at the Oscars, scooping up Best Picture, Best Director, International Feature Film and Original Screenplay. Cut to September 2021, and the first season of Squid Game, written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, was all anyone could talk about. Now Netflix’s most-watched show, Squid Game drew audiences in with its darkly comic application of traditional Korean children’s games and brutally thrilling critique of capitalism and consumer debt.

There’s sure to be more of that one the way with the second season. Whether you’ve long dabbled in the world of Asian cinema or have recently leapt the one-inch-tall barrier of subtitles with Parasite and Squid Game, there’s a whole stack of Korean classics out there to catch lee yoo mi squid game on.

Korean cinema is rich and diverse, loaded with fine examples of severe piercing horrors, volatile philosophical thrillers, and heartbreaking dramas. If you’re looking into getting to know South Korean cinema a little better, here’s our selection of essential movies to get stuck into. Just so you know, while we may receive a commission or other compensation from the links on this page, we never allow this to influence product selections. Set in 1930s Korea, Park Chan-wook's erotic-thriller The Handmaiden follows Sook-Hee (Tae-ri Kim), a young woman hired as handmaiden to Lady Hideko (Min-hee Kim), a Japanese heiress.

Unknown to Hideko, the new aide is a fraudster working with outside forces to have her committed to an asylum and ultimately forfeit her wealth. It's an epic, sumptuous thriller with deep characterisation and multiple major rug-pulls you won't see coming – and sensuous, graphic sex scenes that mean it's best enjoyed in select company.

2. OldBoy (2003) Drunken father Dae-su Oh is abducted from the street while in a drink-fuelled stupor, waking in a locked hotel room with nothing but a television and diary for company. After 15 years, he is unceremoniously freed from this captivity. What follows is a frantic and violent downward spiral into the depths of a revenge inspired by hatred, confusion, and the desire for truth.

OldBoy is the second instalment in The Vengeance Trilogy, Park's acclaimed thematically series of movies exploring revenge, violence and redemption. 3. Mother (2009) A financially indebted mother is lee yoo mi squid game all she can to provide for and protect her mentally disabled son when he is arrested for the murder of a teenage girl. Convinced of his innocence, the mother strikes out to uncover the truth, and nothing will get in her way.

An lee yoo mi squid game indicator of Bong Joon Ho's cinematic mastery, Mother is a tense and gritty thrill. Available as part of the Bong Joo Ho Collection. 4. Train To Busan (2016) Or, zombies on a train. Yeon Sang-ho's triumphant, frantic horror movie finds reluctant father Seok-woo (Gong Yoo) accompanying his daughter (Ahn Soo-hee) on the 453km journey to Busan to visit her mother. But as they board the train, the zombie apocalypse begins – with one unwelcome passenger triggering a brutally violent struggle for life, which plays out as both a thoroughbred zombie horror and social commentary.

Seoul Station, the animated prequel from the same year also directed by Yeon, further explores the zombie apocalypse genre with discordant families and social dissonance to satisfying ends. 5. Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. and Spring (2003) 2003's Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. and Spring is a pastoral and contemplative piece from renowned art-house horror director Kim Ki-duk.

This simple and episodic tale follows the life of a Buddhist monk who lives in an idyllic temple upon a tranquil lake with his master, and explores how the concepts of joy, sorrow, memory and regret play differing roles throughout our lives. The narrative is poignant, and the cinematography pastorally picturesque. The European DVD release of this movie is no longer in print, but second-hand copies are readily available.

6. Snowpiercer (2013) Snowpiecer was Bong Joon Ho's debut into English-language movies and, after suffering a tortured and delayed journey to British screens, is finally available to stream in the UK. Set in a climate-ravaged future, it depicts a world that has become an inhospitable frozen-hellscape, with the last of humanity perpetually driven forward on a high-speed fortified train. At the front of the train dwells rail-bound aristocrats, while the rear is tightly occupied by the disgruntled and under-fed proletariat.

Curtis Everett (Chris Evans) leads a furious rebellion which aims to take the engine, and thereby control of the micro-society.

It's a delirious and surreal movie – ostensibly an action-thriller, with science-fiction trappings and a core of social commentary – boasting an impressive ensemble cast of Song Kang-ho ( Parasite), Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, Ed Harris, and Lee yoo mi squid game Hurt. 7. Secret Sunshine (2007) Widow Lee Shin-ae (Jeon Do-yeon) and her child, in the search for a fresh start, move to the unassuming town of Miryang (which translates as 'Secret Sunshine').

Shin-ae strikes up an unlikely but welcome friendship with mechanic Kim Jong-chan (Song Kang-ho), and things seem to be moving in the right direction, when her child is suddenly abducted. What follows is a tender and heartrending exploration of mourning, religion, and culture from acclaimed filmmaker Lee Chang-dong.

8. A Tale of Two Sisters (2003) A Tale of Two Sisters is a psychological horror film by director Kim Jee-Woon.

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After recovering from psychosis, two sisters return to their father's country house. The older sister is very protective over the younger, who is bullied by their obsessive and unbalanced stepmother. After a series of increasing bizarre and thoroughly creepy events, questions are raised regarding the malicious forces at work within the house.

Its compelling narrative is bolstered by impressive cinematography that ratchets up the tension considerably. 9. The Age Of Shadows (2016) Set lee yoo mi squid game the 1920s during the Japanese occupation, The Age Of Shadows follows Korean resistance fighters attempting to smuggle explosives into Seoul. The narrative brilliantly demonstrates and explores how friends and fellow countrymen can end up on opposing sides during times of political oppression and the immense personal conflicts that can occur therein.

10. I Saw The Devil (2010) It might not be supernatural, but I Saw The Devil is as close to horror as serial killer movies get. When NIS agent Soo-hyun (Lee Byung-hun) finds that his fiancé is the latest victim of ultra-violent murderer Kyung-chul (Choi Min-sik), he goes rogue and seeks unwavering, total revenge.

From director Kim Jee-Woon, it's a gruesome, twisted revenge thriller littered with psychopaths, sadistic violence, and more blood than can possibly be imagined – but with a streak of blackly comic humour, if you can stomach it. 11. Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War (2004) Largely set in the 1950s during the Korean War, Kang Je-gyu's film follows Seoul brothers Jin-tae (Won Bin) and Jin-seok (Jang Dong-kun) whose hard but peaceful lives are shattered when North Korea invades, triggering the South's military conscription.

Once forcibly enlisted, Jin-tae is told that he can free his younger brother from service if he earns the highest military honour. Inspired by this promise, Jin-tae gathers a small force and mounts a selflessly daring raid which sets the siblings on divergent and tragic courses.

This sobering title won Best Film and Best Director at the Asia Pacific Film Festival in 2005. 12. Burning (2018) Lee Chang-dong's latest is a moody thriller that shares some thematic links with Parasite, based on a short story by Haruki Murakami.

Yoo Ah-In is Jongsu, a lonely young man who unexpectedly reconnects with old school friend Haemi (Jeon Jong-seo) who he barely remembers. They strike up a sort of relationship – but when she returns from a trip to Africa with Steven Yeun's well-to-do Ben (a slick, suspiciously hollow Gatsby-esque figure) things get complicated. It's a slow-building, intoxicating drama-thriller with ambiguities that linger long after the credits roll.

13. The Host (2006) Parasite sounds like it could be a monster movie – but director Bong Joon Ho had already done that with this story of a giant chemically enhanced tadpole, rampaging through the streets of Seoul and trapping young girl Hyun-seo (Go Ah-sung) in its sewer lair. Anxious to save his daughter, lazy father Park Gang-du (Song Kang-ho) gathers the family (including his professional archer sister, naturally) and embarks on a rescue mission. It was Bong's first major crossover hit, laced with family drama, political commentary, and sci-fi imagination – and a new movie monster to rank alongside Godzilla and the greats.

14. The Wailing (2016) One for the lee yoo mi squid game hardcore. Following the arrival of a mysterious Japanese man (Jun Kunimura) to the small Korean village of Goksung, overworked local police officer Jong-goo (Kwak Do-won) has to investigate a spate of killings and an apparent outbreak of mass psychosis. Despite bouts of knockabout comedy, The Wailing eventually conjures up a lingering dread and bone-rattling climax that's near-impossible to shake.

15. The Villainess (2017) Sook-hee (Kim Ok-bin) is an assassin out for revenge. Before she can fully settle into a new peaceful life, two men appear with information about her past which launches her back into a world of blood and bodycounts.

Director Jung Byung-gil's decision to open the movie with a brilliantly executed first-person action sequence perfectly sets the tone for this brutal, frenetic action film, which sits comfortably alongside The Raid and John Wick as a modern action classic – and became a notable reference point for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, especially its bikes-and-swords chase sequence.

16. Poetry (2010) Director Lee Chang-dong helms the tender and heartfelt Poetry, which tells the tragic story of Mi-ja, a sexagenarian who uses poetry to process her Alzheimer's disease and the heinous acts of her grandson. Poetry is a compelling drama and hosts incredible acting turns that perfectly balance the beautiful and bleak. 17. Thirst (2009) Park Chan-wook presents a vampire movie like no other, a modern supernatural horror tale which boldly leans into the inherent eroticism of the traditional vampire mythos.

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Created by writer-director Hwang Dong-hyuk, Netflix's " Squid Game" is a South Korean survival drama exploring the limits of what desperate people are capable of. In case you've somehow managed to miss it, "Squid Game" follows a group of people in financial trouble.

They're all collected in a hidden base and asked to participate in a deadly series of contests, often inspired by childhood games, for the amusement of the wealthy. Unfortunately, those who come up short in the games are killed. With each death, 100 million won is added to a pool. The last person standing wins the multibillion-won grand prize.

However, aside from a psychological draw that brings audiences in, "Squid Game" is successful due to its unforgettable and alluring characters. The players taking part in this deadly game are the main reason audiences are glued to their screens — we're dying to know who will live and who will die. Because the characters are so important to "Squid Game," we've decided to compile a list of the most popular individuals from "Squid Game," ranked from worst to best. Be warned — this list discusses the entire plot from Season 1 of "Squid Game," so this is your official red light if you haven't watched it.

Portrayed by Yoo Seong-ju, Byeong-gi is initially depicted as just another number in the crowd of people participating in the games. However, it's eventually revealed that he's getting lee yoo mi squid game from the masked guards about what each game will be in advance — giving him an obvious advantage over the other players.

Turns out some of the staff members are using Byeong-gi — who once worked as a doctor in the outside world — to harvest organs of dead players in order to sell them on the black market. Byeong-gi squeezes an even bigger advantage out of his clues by allying himself with the strongest group of people, telling them what the next challenge will be in order to win their protection throughout each game. Unlike most of the other players on this list, we aren't given much information surrounding Byeong-gi, aside from his career history.

While he makes the best out of his situation, he comes across as a whiny character who we're all rather sick of by the time he is killed. Byeong-gi's lack of character development places him at the bottom of this list.

By embodying a gangster and a bad boy, actor Heo Sung-tae brings the character of Jang Deok-su to life in a creative and chilling way. Deok-su is a man who will do anything he needs to in order to survive. He and his group of bullies are the first to start cheating, as he brings the crooked doctor Byeong-gi under his wing, knowing that he has advance knowledge of each game.

Deok-su's group also starts killing other players during the night in order to cut out the competition. He believes that the fewer people there are alive, the more likely he'll be to survive. While Deok-su is a bully through and through, it is important to note that he's in an impossible situation.

When he's backed into a corner, he has no strategy beyond staying alive by any means necessary. However, he is someone who uses people when they benefit him, and discards them once they don't, believing that they are no longer of any use to him. This is ultimately the reason why he's killed by someone who would have been loyal to him until the end. Hell hath no fury.

Oh II-nam (Oh Yeong-su) comes across as a sweet, kind, and loveable old man throughout most of "Squid Game" Season 1. However, it's later revealed that he's the mastermind behind the entire game; he's dying of an incurable illness, and his final wish is to have one last moment of lee yoo mi squid game before he succumbs. Unfortunately, the fact that II-nam is the reason for so much pain and suffering means he starts "Squid Game" as one of the most likable characters, and ends the show as one of its least likable.

II-nam's "death" during the games is one of the show's most heartbreaking moments, so the revelation that it's all a farce punches the audience right in the gut. Even if there were clues throughout the show that II-nam was the true mastermind of the squid games, as Collider would have us believe, we can't help but feel cheated.

II-nam seems lee yoo mi squid game loveable and innocent that the truth about his cruelty makes him truly a hated character. We might not feel so misled by Il-nam if he hadn't been played to perfection by stage actor Oh Yeong-su, who ended up winning a Golden Globe for his portrayal.

Hwang In-ho (Lee Byung-hun) is mainly known as "Front Man" through Season 1 of "Squid Game." His job is to ensure that the games run smoothly and that the creator is having a good time. At first, Front Man is only identifiable by his black mask; he seems to be just another faceless character in the show. However, audiences eventually learn that he is a former squid games winner, making his character even more unlikeable.

As someone who has been through the horror of the games, the fact that he inflicts that misery on others makes him a truly despicable person. Plus, he's seemingly responsible for the death of his brother, a character who only wanted to learn what happened to In-ho, his beloved sibling. It's clear that this mysterious character has some secrets yet to be discovered, but for now, he's the worst, and as such deserves a low spot on this list.

Portrayed by Gong Yoo of " Train to Busan" fame, the Salesman is a significant character despite his relatively limited time on screen. He's "Squid Game" protagonist Seong Gi-hun's (Lee Jung-jae), and the audience's, first real introduction to the world of the squid games.

The Salesman is never given a name and is only seen twice throughout Season 1, but his importance and overall intrigue lee yoo mi squid game him a popular character. The Salesman essentially details the entire premise of the show when he approaches Gi-hun on the subway and invites him to play a childish card flip game just to see how far he'll go to win money.

Doing this is essential for knowing if Gi-hun is a good fit for the games, as they only select those who they believe are desperate. The card flip game allows the Salesman to slap Gi-hun every time he loses, which he does — a lot. However, when Gi-hun wins, he's rewarded with money. But is that money worth the pain of the slapping he's endured? By the time Gi-hun sees the Salesman once more after winning the squid games, he has grown to understand something dark.

His understanding is reflected back at him in the Salesman's knowing smile. Han Mi-nyeo (Kim Joo-Ryung) is a deliciously complex character. At first, she's seen as loud and abrasive; most of the players can't stand to be around her. However, as the squid games begin to unravel, she comes across as an incredibly cunning and conniving character who realizes that lee yoo mi squid game order to survive the games, you have to be more than just strong; you also must be smart.

Due to her comparatively small stature and limited athletic capacity, Mi-nyeo is often seen as the weakest link in the squid games. Despite this, she's one of the only characters who loses via her own choice. Instead of continuing to fight during the glass bridge challenge in Episode 7, Mi-nyeo chooses to exact her revenge and take out Deok-Su for betraying her earlier in the season. She warns him about this potential eventuality when they first team up together, declaring that if he betrays her, she'll kill him.

Well, it looks like karma came around to Deok-su, as that's exactly what happens. While Mi-nyeo has her ups and downs lee yoo mi squid game Season 1 of "Squid Game," we can't help but smile when she takes Deok-su off the glass bridge with her, all the way to ground. During their childhoods, Sang-woo and "Squid Game" protagonist Gi-hun were best friends.

Sang-woo is seen to be the smarter character, and it's initially assumed the two will work together to try to survive the squid games. Unfortunately, Sang-woo soon realizes that it's every person for themselves, prompting him to betray and scheme his way into the final game.

Ultimately, he sees the error of his ways and allows Gi-hun to win, believing that he's a better person and is more deserving of survival. While this is a nice redemption arc for Sang-woo, we can't forgive him for being responsible for the death of fan-favorite and overall sweetheart Ali Abdul (Anupam Tripathi). There are definitely a few Sang-woo stans out there, but his mistakes drag his popularity rating way down.

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In Episode 6, Ji-yeong reveals to Kang Sae-byeok (Jung Ho-yeon) that her father stabbed her mother to death, causing Ji-yeong to murder him for revenge. Between that incident and the squid games, her entire life has been spent in prison.

She tells Sae-byeok that she doesn't much care for life outside of the games, as she believes she has nothing to live for. Because of this, she sacrifices her life so that Sae-byeok, her friend, can live. Ji-yeong's tragic life and willingness to sacrifice herself for someone she's grown to know in a short time likely had a few viewers choking back tears during her death.

Despite her small amount of screentime, Ji-yeong leaves a lasting impression and has become one of the most popular characters from Season 1 of "Squid Game." Seong Gi-hun is the protagonist audiences follow throughout "Squid Game." What makes him interesting is the fact that he's an incredibly flawed and lee yoo mi squid game man. Gi-hun is not the best father in the world, and he has an obvious gambling problem.

However, he works toward overcoming his flaws, which makes him a guy we can root for. Throughout Season 1, Gi-hun shows compassion towards those around him. He understands the value of life over money, as he's just as interested in saving those around him as he is in winning the big prize. In Episode 6, when Gi-hun sees an opportunity to outsmart the apparently helpless old man Il-nam, he agonizes over a decision that will definitely lead to Il-nam's death.

(Or so it seems.) Because audiences have witnessed Gi-hun try to get through the game without ever sacrificing a life, we know that he is ultimately a good person. Ironically, some of that goodness forces him to fight to the death at the end of Season 1. Actor Lee Jung-jae did a flawless job portraying this character, and rightly received critical acclaim for his work in "Squid Game." Police officer Hwang Jun-ho (Wi Ha-Joon) goes above and beyond to unravel the mystery of the squid games in hopes of discovering what happened to his brother, In-ho.

Once he discovers that people are being abducted to an undisclosed location, he infiltrates the organization in order to learn more information. Season 1 spends the majority of its time going back and forth between the perspective of the players in the squid games and Jun-ho's experiences sneaking around the guards and staff. While the players are fighting to survive, Jun-ho is looking to uncover the truth. Unfortunately, Jun-ho gets his wish, and learns what happened to his brother — not only did In-ho participate in the squid games, he won the squid games, and now acts as their Front Man.

In-ho seemingly kills off his younger brother upon discovery. Jun-ho's ambiguous ending in Season 1 will hopefully be expanded on as the show continues. Ali Abdul is easily one of the most likable individuals on "Squid Game." From the very beginning, he's shown as a kind and caring man who works hard for the sake of his family. His bad financial situation is not because he's a criminal like Deok-su, corrupt like Sang-woo, or prone to bad choices like Gi-hun.

Instead, it's because he lets himself get taken advantage of, a habit that ultimately leads to his death in Season 1 of "Squid Game." During the games, Ali risks his life to save Gi-hun, despite never meeting him prior. Ali cares about people, and wants to see the best in them, even though he's been shown quite a bit of the worst side of society. He is a character that truly deserves better than he gets, as he never tries to manipulate anyone.

Ali is an honest character through and through, and that's more than we can say about anyone else on this list. Another character who deserves better than her fate at the conclusion of "Squid Game" Season 1 is Kang Sae-byeok. From the very beginning of the show, it's clear that Sae-byeok only wants to protect her family. Like many on this list, she has a tragic backstory; she and her family tried to defect from North Korea.

She and her younger brother made it to South Korea, but her father was killed in the process of escaping, and her mother was sent back. Sae-byeok wants to win the games in order to provide for her brother, and to pay for her mother to move to South Korea.

Because of her past, Sae-byeok has learned to rely on herself. She's one of the most resourceful characters in Season 1, as she manages to stay awake when captured, drugged, and brought to lee yoo mi squid game games.

She's also frequently seen quietly taking note of what other characters are doing in order to watch and learn, increasing her chance of survival. Her time with Ji-yeong softens Sae-byeok, and she comes to accept help from others. Ultimately, this allows her to ask Gi-hun to take care of her brother once she knows she won't survive the games. The sight of Sae-byeok succumbing to her injuries in the penultimate episode of Season 1 is hard to watch.

We all wanted her to make it out for her brother. If anyone deserved to win, it was Sae-byeok.Squid Game director Hwang Dong-hyuk recently dished some more details about the second season of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) award-winning Netflix K-drama, including the possible return of a key cast member whose character had been killed off in Season 1.

In an interview at the Producers Guild of America (PGA) Awards ceremony on Saturday, speaking to Deadline on the red carpet, the director revealed: "There lee yoo mi squid game be more great games, that's all I can say. "I'm just still brainstorming and collecting the ideas for Season 2. I haven't even started with the writing yet," he added.

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The dramatic finale of the gripping series about a deadly survival competition saw an enraged Gi-hun (contestant no. 456, played by SAG and Critics Choice Award winner Lee Jung-jae)—who was about to board a flight to see his daughter—running out of a jetway following a cryptic phone call with the manager of the contest.

Hwang previously promised that "Gi-hun will come back, he will do something for the world" in an interview with the Associated Press in November, 2021 and in late December that same year, he revealed that "the story of the people Gi-hun meets and chases after will be the big plot for Season 2," according to South Korea's Edaily.

Player no. 456 lee yoo mi squid game by Lee Jung-jae) seen during the "dalgona" candy round of the contest in "Squid Game" on Netflix. Netflix But what about the other characters? The end of Season 1 left a trail of several burning questions and plenty of roads to explore in terms of plot lines. But could these avenues also include a return of cast members whose characters died in the first season?

Here we unpack which other characters could return in the highly anticipated Squid Game Season 2. Read more • Netflix's 5 Binge-Worthy K-Dramas Climbing the Top Global TV Rankings • Netflix Says 'Squid Game' Season 2 'Absolutely' Happening • 'Squid Game' Director Hints at Season 3 As He Dishes on Talks With Netflix Which Squid Game Season 1 Characters Could Return For Season 2?

Player No. 067 During the red carpet interview with Deadline at the PGA Awards, asked whether viewers could expect to see some characters from Season 1 return in Season 2, Hwang laughed and said: "No, because most of them are dead," but hinted, "I'll try something to bring them back to Season 2." Perhaps contestant no.

067 lee yoo mi squid game by SAG award winner HoYeon Jung), whose name Sae-byeok translates to "dawn" in Korean, could see a new dawn in the second season. Gesturing toward Jung beside him on the red carpet, the Squid Game director said: "Let's say maybe she has a twin sister, you'll see." Jung then responded: "I could change my hair color.

Let's do a little, like, plastic surgery." Player no. 067 (played by HoYeon Jung) in "Squid Game" on Netflix. Netflix Player No. 067's Brother During the Marbles game round of the competition, when player no. 240 (played by Lee Yoo-mi, who also stars in the Netflix hit K-drama All of Us Are Dead) asked Sae-byeok what she'd do with the prize money if she were to win the contest, she revealed her dream would be to buy a house to live in with her younger brother, retrieve her mother from North Korea and visit Jeju Island, South Korea's idyllic tourist destination.

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Sae-byeok's younger brother was seen in an earlier episode when she visited him at the children's home after the players were free to leave the game facility following a vote to end the contest. Could her brother return in Season 2 in search lee yoo mi squid game answers to what happened to his sister years later? And potentially go on a quest for revenge if the truth about the contest is revealed? A scene from "Squid Game" featuring player no. 067 (left, played by HoYeon Jung) and her younger brother.

Netflix The Detective The end of Season 1 saw detective Jun-ho (played by Wi Ha-jun) be chased down by the guards and the Front Man character (played by Lee Byung-hun).

The policeman had infiltrated the game facility disguised as a staff member in search of his brother (revealed to be the Front Man) who had gone missing. After his cover was blown, Jun-ho's final appearance in the show saw him be shot by his brother, which resulted in him falling over a cliff, presumably plunging to his death. But could the detective still be alive? Speaking to Newsweek in October in his first interview with a major U.S. publication, Wi said he didn't rule out the return of his character in a second season.

"I believe the detective was not fatally wounded," since he was shot in the arm. However, Wi added, "I'm still not really sure" whether Jun-ho is alive. Wi also said it's "highly likely" that all the footage the detective gathered about the game facility, which he attempted to send to his superior via his phone while running from the game staff members, had not made it through due to the weak mobile reception.

If the detective is indeed still alive, could Season 2 see him return home and recruit other policemen to take down the game facility? Or will he remain disguised as a staffer and eventually join forces with Gi-hun to put an end to the deadly competition?

The detective character in "Squid Game," played by Wi Ha-jun. Netflix The Front Man Several mysteries remain around the Front Man, including why he decided to oversee the competition after winning the contest himself years earlier. In an interview back in October with CNN, Hwang revealed he wanted to explore "the unexplained past" of the Front Man, in addition to the story of the policeman, in subsequent episodes.

Wi also told Newsweek he'd love to see the "various questions around the story of Jun-ho and the Front Man be answered" in a second season, including "why he had to point the gun at his younger brother." The Front Man character (played by Lee Byung-hun) in "Squid Game" on Netflix. Netflix The Old Man The Old Man (played by Golden Globe winner O Yeong-su, also spelled Oh Young-soo)—who participated in the game but was later revealed to be the mastermind behind the competition—was portrayed to have died in a hospital bed in the finale, with the Front Man overlooking his deathbed.

But similar to how the Old Man's death was only implied during the Marbles round of the contest, could he somehow still be alive and reappear in Season 2? The Old Man (played by O Yeong-su, also spelled Oh Young-soo) in "Squid Game." Netflix The Salesman The Squid Game director previously revealed that he hopes to unravel the story behind the Salesman—an enigmatic character played by famed Korean actor Gong Yoo (seen recently in Netflix's The Silent Sea as well as in various hit Korean films).

The Salesman, who recruited the contestants via a game of ddakji (a traditional Korean childhood game played with squares of folded paper) appears at the very start and end of Season 1.

He is last spotted in the finale by Gi-hun who sees him recruiting another player on a train platform, in the same way he himself was recruited in the first episode. Apart from his appearance in the first and last episodes, the Salesman's backstory remains a mystery, including how and why he became involved in lee yoo mi squid game competition and whether he's aware of its deadly consequences.

Or could the Salesman (and not the Old Man) be the true mastermind behind the contest? Players Who Didn't Return to the Games Following the shock of the first round of the contest ( Red Light, Green Light), as mentioned earlier the contestants were free to go following a vote for the competition to cease.

While the majority of the players returned to the contest, there were some who chose not to return. Now knowing what goes on behind the games' closed doors, could these former contestants play a role in Season 2 in revealing the truth about the deadly competition to the rest of the world and ultimately help put an end to it?

Hopefully this—and several other mysteries—will be uncovered in the next season of Squid Game.
李 炳 憲 Revised Romanization I Byeong-heon McCune–Reischauer Ri Pyŏnghŏn Lee Byung-hun ( Korean: 이병헌; born July 12, 1970 [1]) is a South Korean actor and singer. He has received critical acclaim for his work in a wide range of genres, most notably Joint Security Area (2000); A Bittersweet Life (2005); The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2008); the television series Iris (2009); I Saw the Devil (2010); Masquerade (2012); and Mr.

Sunshine (2018). His critically acclaimed film Inside Men (2015) won him the Best Actor prize in three prestigious award ceremonies: 52nd Baeksang Art Lee yoo mi squid game, 37th Blue Dragon Awards and 53rd Grand Bell Awards.

Lee has five films— Joint Security Area, The Good, the Bad, the Weird, Masquerade, Inside Men and Master—on the list of highest-grossing lee yoo mi squid game in South Korea. Lee was Gallup Korea's Actor of the Year in the Film division in 2012 and in the Television division in 2018.

[2] [3] In 2021, he appeared in a recurring role as the Front Man in the Netflix survival drama series Squid Game. In the United States, he is known for portraying Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) and its sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), and starring alongside Bruce Willis in Red 2 (2013). He portrayed T-1000 in Terminator Genisys (2015), Billy Rocks, a knife-wielding gunslinger, in The Magnificent Seven (2016), and the Front Man in Squid Game (2021).

Lee was the first South Korean actor to present an Oscar at the annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles and is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. [4] Lee and Ahn Sung-ki were the first South Korean actors to imprint their hand and foot prints on the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Contents • 1 Career • 1.1 Beginnings and breakthrough • 1.2 Global stardom • 1.3 Acclaim and Hollywood roles • 1.4 Return to television and acclaim • 2 Other work • 2.1 Ambassador roles • 2.2 Philanthropy • 3 Personal life • 3.1 Relationships • 3.2 Civil lawsuit & habitual gambling allegations • 3.3 Blackmail scandal • 4 Filmography • 5 Discography • 5.1 Albums • 5.2 Singles • 5.3 Soundtrack • 6 Awards and nominations • 7 Notes • 8 References • 9 External links Career [ edit ] Beginnings and breakthrough [ edit ] Lee's career began in 1991 after a KBS talent audition and making his debut in the television drama Asphalt My Hometown.

[5] Lee drew attention with the action drama Asphalt Man and romantic film The Harmonium in My Memory, [6] but it was only in 2000 that he made his big breakthrough with Park Chan-wook's Joint Security Area.

The film broke the box office record and became the highest grossing Korean film at the time. [7] Lee's role as a border-guard soldier won him the Best Actor award at the Busan Film Critics Awards. Global stardom [ edit ] In 2001, his popularity continued to climb when he starred in melodramas Beautiful Days and Bungee Jumping of Their Own.

[8] In 2003, he received the Grand Prize at the SBS Drama Awards and Best Actor at the Baeksang Arts Awards for his role in the poker drama All In. [9] Due to his film and television roles, Lee experienced a rise in popularity across Asia, particularly Japan. [10] [11] At the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival From 2005, he focused on film, earning critical acclaim for his performance in A Bittersweet Life directed by Kim Jee-woon, [12] [13] which was screened out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.

[14] Lee was nominated for Best Actor at the Blue Dragon Film Lee yoo mi squid game and Grand Bell Awards, and won at the Chunsa Film Art Awards, Baeksang Arts Awards and the Korean Association of Film Critics Awards.

He reunited with director Kim Jee-woon in the "kimchi western" The Good, the Bad, the Weird, taking on his first villain role. [15] The film was screened out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.

[16] Lee's eye-catching performance in the film led to increased global recognition for him. [17] This led to Lee's debut in Hollywood, where he played Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, also starring Channing Lee yoo mi squid game and Sienna Miller. [18] [19] Back in Korea, he appeared in I Come with the Rain opposite American actor Josh Hartnett and Japanese actor Takuya Kimura. [20] Lee returned to television in late 2009 in the espionage action thriller Iris as a secret agent who finds himself at the center of an international conspiracy.

[21] He reportedly received over 100 million won per episode for his role, the third highest in the country's drama history. [22] Iris was one of the most expensive shows ever produced, and was a smash hit across Asia.

[23] [24] Lee's performance earned him the Grand Prize at the KBS Drama Awards and Best Actor at the Baeksang Arts Awards. [25] [26] In 2010, Lee starred in I Saw the Devil with Choi Min-sik, [27] his third collaboration with Kim Jee-woon, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. [28] His portrayal of the intelligence agent won him the Grand Prize at the Baeksang Arts Awards. [29] Acclaim and Hollywood roles [ edit ] Lee received acclaim for his portrayal of dual roles in the lavish period drama Masquerade.

[30] The film was a box office hit, becoming the 7th film in Korean history to surpass 10 million admissions. [31] Lee won Best Actor at the Grand Bell Awards for his performance. [32] [33] On June 23, 2012, Lee, along with Ahn Sung-ki, became the first Korean actors to leave their hand and foot prints on the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

He was recognized as an emerging star in Hollywood for his role of Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, and its sequel, G.I. Joe: Retaliation. [34] At G.I. Joe Australia Premiere In 2013, Lee reprised his role as Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: Retaliation. [35] [36] He then co-starred in the American film RED 2, the sequel to the 2010 action-comedy hit RED, alongside Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Helen Mirren, and John Malkovich.

[37] [38] Following his sex-chat scandal, Lee returned with the martial arts film Memories of the Sword in 2015. The film was shot in late 2013 and scheduled for release in 2014, but was postponed due to Lee's scandal.

[39] He received praise for his scene-stealing role as a young and ambitious warrior with a lowly status, but the film failed to do well and was criticized for its messy plot. [40] The same year, Lee played a T-1000 in Terminator Genisys opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger. [41] [42] He then starred in Woo Min-ho's political crime thriller Inside Men, [43] which became the top grossing R-rated movie of all-time at the Korean Box Office.

[44] Touted as the "star" of the film, Lee received critical acclaim and swept Best Actor awards at various film awards ceremonies. [45] [46] In 2016, Lee featured in the American crime thriller Misconduct.

[47] [48] On February 28, 2016, Lee attended the 88th Academy Awards and presented the "Best Foreign Language Film" award with actress Sofia Vergara. He was the first Korean actor to present an award at the Oscars. [49] [50] The same year, Lee co-starred as knife-wielding gunslinger Billy Rocks in The Magnificent Seven with Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, and Ethan Hawke.

[51] [52] Returning to Korea, Lee starred in the crime thriller Master, [53] [54] followed by mystery drama Single Rider. [55] [56] In March 2017, Lee signed on with major Hollywood agency United Talent Agency. [57] He was cast in the Hollywood action film Radiance.

The film is directed by Patrick Lussier, who worked with Lee in Terminator Genisys. [58] Lee then starred in historical epic The Fortress, [59] [60] and comedy-drama film Keys to the Heart. [61] [62] Return to television and acclaim [ edit ] In January 2019 In 2018, Lee made his television comeback in Mr. Sunshine, a historical war drama written by Kim Eun-sook. [63] The series was a commercial and critical success, and Lee won the Grand Prize at the 6th APAN Star Awards.

[64] In 2019, Lee starred in the action film Ashfall. [65] [66] In 2020, Lee starred in the political drama The Man Standing Next. [67] Both films were box office successes, and proved Lee's brand power as a lead actor. [68] Lee is set to star in political thriller aviation disaster film Emergency Declaration.

[69] [70] In 2020, Lee is set to star in the drama Here written by Noh Hee-kyung, revolving around NGO volunteers. [71] As of April 2021, he is filming Um Tae-hwa's disaster thriller film Concrete Utopia alongside Park Bo-young and Park Seo-joon.

[72] In September 2021, he appeared on Netflix's survival drama Squid Game as the Front Man. [73] In the 15th Asian Film Awards, he was awarded with Asian Film Excellence Award. He is lee yoo mi squid game first Korean actor to be selected for the award, which is given for outstanding achievements in Asian cinema and culture.

[74] Other work [ edit ] Lee formed a management company, BH Entertainment, which manages many actors including Han Hyo-joo, Go Soo, Jin Goo, Jinyoung and Han Ji-min. [75] He owns a shop, BHNC, which sells hats, scarves and wallets. [76] Lee Byung-hun is noted in the video game industry for providing his likeness for the main character, Wayne Holden, in the 2006 game Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, for the Xbox 360, PS3 & PC.

[77] Ambassador roles [ edit ] In 2010, Lee was named California's tourism promotion ambassador lee yoo mi squid game Korea. [78] In 2013, Lee was selected as an honorary ambassador for that year’s annual meeting of the Association of Film Commissioners International, a group dedicated to helping facilitate international coproductions. [79] The same year, he was appointed honorary ambassador to promote the 50th Daejong Film Awards.

[80] Philanthropy [ edit ] In March 2011, Lee donated 700 million won to the Korean Red Cross to help local residents affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. [81] In November 2016, Lee made a voice donation to Green Umbrella Children's Foundation for 'Haru', a campaign to support sick children. [82] In April 2019, Lee and his wife Lee Min-jung donated 100 million to victims of forest fires in Gangwon-do.

[83] In February 2020, Lee donated 100 million won through the Fruit of Love of the Community Chest of Korea and his donation was used to provide sanitary products to lee yoo mi squid game groups. [84] In October 2020, Lee made voice donation to multi-media type Braille sensory book by The National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage.

[85]On December 30, 2020, Lee donated 100 million won to the Green Umbrella Children's Foundation to help children from low-income families who are having difficulties in life due to COVID-19.

[86] On July 12, 2021, Lee donated 100 million won to Asan Children's Hospital in Seoul on the occasion of his birthday. [87] On March 6, 2022, Lee donated 100 million won to Hope Bridge Disaster Relief Association to help residents affected by the Uljin and Samcheok wildfires and his donation is said to be quickly used to provide temporary shelter for the victims who are evacuating from their homes. [88] Personal life [ edit ] Lee was born in Seongnam, South Korea.

He has a younger sister, Lee Eun-hee, who won the Miss Congeniality portion of Miss Korea in 1996. [6] He graduated from Hanyang University with a major in French Literature and the Graduate School of Chung-Ang University with a major in Theater and Cinematography. [5] [89] In his spare time, Lee Byung-hun practices taekwondo.

[90] [91] Relationships [ edit ] Lee was previously romantically linked with fellow All In lead Song Hye-kyo beginning in the early-2000s. The relationship, though kept completely low-key and rarely publicized, lasted fifteen months before they split in mid-June 2004. [92] Lee married actress Lee Min-jung on August 10, 2013 at the Grand Hyatt Seoul. [93] The couple had briefly dated in 2006, then resumed their relationship in 2012. [94] Lee's wife gave birth to their first child, a son, Lee Joon-hoo, on March 31, 2015.

[95] After he had to clear some debts following his father's death, Lee fell into a depression. He then started to suffer panic disorders, and found it difficult to attend award ceremonies.

Lee credits his wife with helping him overcome his mental health challenges. [96] Civil lawsuit & habitual gambling allegations [ edit ] On December 9, 2009, Lee’s ex-girlfriend Kwon Mi-yeon filed a civil lawsuit alleging she was tricked into having a sexual relationship with the star based on the promise of marriage.

She claimed Lee caused her mental anguish and physical damage along with claims that Lee is a chronic gambler and sued for 100 million won. Lee’s agency, BH Entertainment, countered that her claims were all false and that the lawsuit was retaliatory in nature due to the breakup.

Lee countersued Kwon for defamation and extortion. [97] [98] Shortly after the lawsuit was filed, TV show host Kang Byung-kyu appeared on the set of the TV drama Iris that Lee was working on at the time.

He was accused of bringing in gangsters and causing a disturbance due to a conflict with a producer that he claimed spread rumors that Kang was behind the feud between Lee and Kwon. Due to this incident Kang was arrested on assault charges. Kang was also later indicted on charges of blackmail and defamation with prosecutors alleging that Kang and Kwon colluded to blackmail Lee for large sums of money lee yoo mi squid game November of 2009 before Kwon went on to file her civil lawsuit in December after Lee refused to pay.

[99] [100] Lee was cleared of the illegal gambling charges on March 19, 2010, with prosecutors citing no evidence. [101] Kwon’s claim for damages was eventually dropped in August of 2010 due to her lack of participation in proceedings. [102] Kang was eventually sentenced to one year in prison and three years probation in 2013 on his fraud and assault charges.

lee yoo mi squid game Blackmail scandal [ edit ] On August 28, 2014, Lee was blackmailed by singer Dahee from K-pop girl group GLAM [104] and model Lee Ji-yeon [105] for 5 billion won (about $4 million) in exchange for not releasing, on the internet, a compromising video of him making sexual jokes while drinking with them on July 3.

[106] [107] [108] [109] Dahee and Lee Ji-yeon were arrested on September 1, [110] after Lee reported the crime to police when they handed him two suitcases to transport the money. [111] It was later revealed that the crime was fully intentional and pre-planned, as both Dahee and Lee Ji-yeon looked for plane tickets to escape to Europe [112] and purchased two suitcases to be used for transporting the money.

[113] Moreover, the two women attempted to film an additional video of Lee hugging Lee Ji-yeon by secretly placing a smartphone in a kitchen sink, but they failed to do so. [114] However, Lee Ji-yeon claimed that the blackmailing was an impulsive act after Lee broke up with her, [115] [116] for which Lee Byung-hun's agency released an official statement stating that Lee had not once met her alone and that he mentioned to the two women that he wanted to stop meeting them when he sensed ulterior motives from them after talking about their financial difficulties, [113] demanding he buy them a house.

[117] The final trial was held at the Seoul District Court on January 15, 2015, [118] where Dahee was sentenced to a year in jail and Lee Ji-yeon to a year and two months. [119] [120] In February, following the sentencing, Lee requested a pardon for the women while the prosecution in charge felt that the sentence was too lenient. [121] In March, both women, who were in jail for six months, received a suspended sentence for two years following Lee's pardon request.

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The show is a grim, violent survival thriller that is part Hunger Games, part Battle Royale.

A mysterious game recruits 456 people to risk their lives for a ₩45.6 billion prize (or $38.7 million in U.S. dollars). • 9 shows and movies to watch after Squid Game • Best shows on Netflix • Plus: Squid Game ending explained — unraveling all the twists The show's intriguing premise, striking visuals and strong performances all contribute to its success.

But how Squid Game really stands out is as a psychological study of the depths of human nature and as a provocative indictment of capitalism. Squid Game season 2 seems like a foregone conclusion, though there is one big obstacle to lee yoo mi squid game it.

What is Squid Game about? Seong Gi-hun is a chauffeur who is addicted to gambling and owes money to loan sharks. He lives with his mother and struggles to support his daughter. At a train station, a man gives Gi-hun a card inviting him to play a game with high stakes.

He accepts, gets knocked out and wakes up in a dorm with hundreds of other people. There are 456 players in total, all of whom are financially strapped. They are identified by numbers on the front of their jumpsuits. Whoever wins six children's games in as many days will win a ₩45.6 billion prize. The operation is run by The Lee yoo mi squid game Man, who is masked along with other staff. Gi-hun recognizes a couple of players, including his former classmate Cho Sang-woo.

He also befriends Player 001, an elderly man. (Image credit: Netflix) The first round is Red Light, Green Light, but the players are stunned when the losers are gunned down. More than half of them don't make to the next round. After they vote to end the game, Gi-hun goes to the police. Only Detective Hwang Jun-ho believes the story, because his missing brother also received the same card.

The staff invites the players back and most of them return to the game. The next rounds include tug of war and marbles. The final round is the Squid game, a popular children's activity in South Korea. During this time, Jun-ho sneaks into the game to find his brother.

He raids Front Man's office and discovers his brother won the game in 2015. When he tries to escape the compound, Front Man hunts him down. He shoots Jun-ho, who falls into the sea. Front Man is then revealed to be In-ho, Jun-ho's brother. Squid Game ending explained: Who wins?

In the sixth and final round, the Squid game, two players remain: Gi-hun and Sang-woo. Gi-hun beats his former friend, but refuses to finish the game. He invokes a clause that can end the proceedings, but Sang-woo stabs himself. While dying, he asks Gi-hun to use some of the prize money to help out Sang-woo's mother. (Image credit: Netflix) When Gi-hun returns home, he discovers his own mother has died. A year passes and he is still traumatized by the experience. He hasn't touched the money.

One night, he gets a gold game card. After answering it, he reencounters Player 001, the elderly man, whose name is Oh Il-nam. T'urns out Il-nam is the mastermind behind the game, which he created to entertain bored rich people like himself.

He also wanted to test whether humans have any innate goodness left in themselves. Il-nam reveals he decided to participate as a "fun" trip down memory lane and because he is dying. He asks Gi-hun to play one final game with him — to see if anyone helps a drunk man on the street before midnight. Gi-hun wins and Il-nam dies. Gi-hun snaps out of his depressed haze. He carries out the promises he made to help Sang-woo's mother and get Sae-byeok's out of the orphanage. He heads to the airport to reunite with his daughter.

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The lead is Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hun, a divorced dad and down-on-his-luck gambler. The other major cast members are: Park Hae-soo as Cho Sang-woo: A former classmate of Gi-hun who is an executive at a securities company and wanted by the police for fraud. Jung Ho-yeon as Kang Sae-byeok: A North Korean defector who needs money to get her other family members across the border. O Yeong-su as Oh Il-nam: An elderly man designated Player 001 and also the game's creator.

Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho: A police detective who infiltrates the game to find his missing brother Lee yoo mi squid game Byung-hun as The Front Man: The masked organizer of the game, who is revealed to be Jun-ho's brother, Hwang In-ho.

Gong Yoo as an unnamed game recruiter Will there be a Squid Game season 2? Squid Game season 2 seems extremely likely, lee yoo mi squid game it's on track to become Netflix's biggest show of all time. The main obstacle is writer-director Hwang Dong-hyuk, who has previously spoken about the arduous process of making Squid Game. And currently, he hasn't formed an idea for season 2. "I don’t have well developed plans for Squid Game 2.

It is quite tiring just thinking about it," he told Variety. Netflix’s global TV head, Bela Bajaria, told Vulture that a second installment will depend on Hwang's schedule and vision. "He has a film and other things he’s working on,” said. However, she also noted that Hwang could work with other writers to make season 2. "We’re trying to figure out the right structure for him.” What are the Squid Game translation issues?

A bit of controversy is swirling around the English subtitles of Squid Game. Korean-speaking podcaster Youngmi Mayer said the "translation was so bad" and that "if you don’t understand Korean you didn’t really watch the same show." Mayer used a scene featuring Han Mi-nyeo (Kim Joo-Ryoung) to illustrate.

Interestingly, there are actually two different sets of English subtitles. One is called "English [CC]" and one is simply "English." Neither is perfect, but the latter seems to be a better translation.

Why are there two versions? "English [CC]" is actually meant to play over the English-dubbed Squid Game.

The other is meant to play over the Korean track. Is the Squid Game doll real? In the first round of Red Light, Green Light, a terrifying, giant robotic doll oversees the proceedings. It can detect the smallest movements by contestants, who are then shot and killed.

The doll is actually real, though don't worry — it isn't murderous. It sits at the entrance of a horse carriage museum called Macha Land in Jincheon County, about three hours north of Seoul. The show's producers borrowed it for filming, then returned it. But now it seems to be missing a hand, which is sort of more terrifying. A post shared by 걷고또걷고 (@gudgotogudgo) A photo posted by on What's the deal with the Squid Game cards?

The distinctive recruiting card for Squid Game is printed on light-brown paper. On one side are the game's symbols: a circle, triangle and square. On the other side is a phone number. But the symbols are more than that — they actually represent letters in the Korean language. As Jasmine Leung explains in The Focus, "The circle is the letter 'o', the triangle is part of the letter 'j', and the square is 'm.' So side by side, it reads 'O J M', which are the initials (of) squid game in Korean, which is read as Ojingeo Geim (오징어게임)." As for the phone number, Mashable Southeast Asia reported that it's actually owned by an actual person, who complained of "receiving endless calls and text messages." With the popularity of Squid Game around the world, naturally, some designers have created their own Squid Game cards.

You can buy a version on Etsy and incorporate it into your Halloween costume. Kelly Woo • • Senior Writer Kelly is a senior writer covering streaming media for Tom’s Guide, so basically, she watches TV for a living. Previously, she was a freelance entertainment writer for Yahoo, Vulture, TV Guide and other outlets. When she’s not watching TV and movies for work, she’s watching them for fun, seeing live music, writing songs, knitting and gardening.

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