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Squid Game Ending Explained

This SQUID GAME article contains MAJOR spoilers. For a series with a relatively well-worn premise, Netflix’s Squid Game sure does manage to pack a lot of surprises into its conclusion. It does this in large part by recognizing that the series’ success hinges not so much on who wins the game, but on how they win it and what it all means. Like the show’s beginning, much of Squid Game‘s final hour is set outside the world of the arena—this time, a year following the events of the bulk of the show. Let’s break down what happens in the Squid Game ending…
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Squid Game Doesn’t Waste Its Brutal Premise

This Squid Game review is based on the first two episodes. It contains minor spoilers. Squid Game uses a premise we’ve all seen before: People are thrown into an artificial arena where they must fight for their lives. In Netflix‘s new series, the arena is a massive, secret compound; the competition is a series of children’s games; and the people are 456 contestants who desperately need the ₩45.6billion ($39 million) prize money more than they need the illusion of safety the outside world periodically provides. Some competitors, like central protagonist Ki-hoon (Lee Jung-jae), have fallen into debt, compounded by a gambling addiction and a loan shark looking to collect. Others, like Sae-byeok (Jung Ho-yeon)—a North Korean defector trying to help her parents escape to the south—need it to reunite their family. All have been carefully chosen by the game’s masked, seemingly unfeeling minder because they feel the chance at the prize money is worth more than their own lives.
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Squid Game release date, cast, synopsis, trailer and more

There’s an upcoming South Korean television series coming to Netflix soon called Squid Game, and it will instantly remind you of the Japanese science fiction series Alice in Borderland. Both shows are Netflix originals and are about characters involved in a series of death games. Alice in Borderland was a...
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Squid Game: Plot, Release Date, Cast, And More!

Survival series are something of a rarity nowadays. These series and stories, which were based on survival games that involved a lot of killing and surviving, were all the rage a few years ago. But somehow, with time, the trend died down. That doesn’t mean our love for them faded though. In fact, it grew with a sense of longing. I haven’t watched a good survival game series in a long time, and it’s growing upon me. And the more I think of it, the more I want to watch one. And that is why I’m so happy I came across Squid Game, the upcoming Korean Survival series from Netflix. It is one that has my interest piqued, and I’m really looking forward to it. It is going to be quite a trip, watching a survival game after such a long time, and that too a fresh one.
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Watch: Lee Jung Jae’s “Squid Game” Puts A Deadly Twist On Children’s Games In New Trailer & Poster

Netflix has shared another chilling sneak peek of its upcoming series “Squid Game”!. “Squid Game” is a new drama about a mysterious survival game with a reward of 45.6 billion won (approximately $40 million) on the line. Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo will star as two childhood friends who wind up joining the game—only to learn that there is more at stake than just the prize money.
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‘Squid Game’: Netflix’s Dark Survival K-Drama Took 10 Years To Plan

The Netflix K-drama Squid Game is not what it seems. The dark action-adventure suspense drama entails a story of a group of individuals who are failures in their personal lives. They hear of a secret game with a grand prize beyond their wildest dreams. The catch? They have to survive a series of events that can be fatal. The K-drama’s director and creator thought of the idea in 2008, and it took 10 years to see it come to life on screen.
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Squid Game K-drama: Coming to Netflix, Release Date, Cast and Plot Details

Squid Game K-drama is Coming to Netflix. We have details about its Release Date, Cast, and the possible plot. Who doesn’t like a show narrating how some bunch of people compete with each other to win some prize money… what’s the catch? The stakes of the game are quite literally deadly.
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Lee Jung Jae And Park Hae Soo’s “Squid Game” Unveils Main Poster + Director Reveals Story Took 10 Years To Plan

Netflix’s upcoming series “Squid Game” has unveiled its first main poster!. “Squid Game” is a new drama about a mysterious survival game with a reward of 45.6 billion won (about $40 million). Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo star as two childhood friends who wind up joining the game—only to learn that there’s much more at stake than just the prize money.
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Squid Game: Netflix K-Drama Series: Release Date, Cast and Trailer

Squid game is a Korean thriller that is set to begin streaming on Netflix from September 17. The series is directed by Hwang Dong-Hyuk and stars like Lee Jung-Jae is one of the leading roles. The “Squid Game” series follows a storyline where hundreds of debt-ridden people accept a very...
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Lee Jung Jae, Park Hae Soo, And Wi Ha Joon Fight With Their Lives On The Line In Character Posters For “Squid Game”

Netflix’s upcoming series “Squid Game” released new stills and posters starring Lee Jung Jae, Park Hae Soo, and Wi Ha Joon!. “Squid Game” is a new drama about a mysterious survival game with a reward of 45.6 billion won (approximately $40 million) on the line. Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo will star as two childhood friends who wind up joining the game—only to learn that there is more at stake than just the prize money.
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Netflix’s Squid Game Will Ruin Your Childhood Memories With Fear

Besides Korean spicy Ramen and their super amazing bibimbap, what I truly love about the country is their dramas (no I am not forgetting the K-pop songs). The South Korean country is getting popular day by day because of their K-pop Idols and the super romantic dramas which make even the non-singles feel like they are in love. Recently, I saw the trailer of Squid Game on Netflix and instantly got hooked on its story.
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