Divulge Into The World of Squid Game, Where The Last Person Standing Wins. Well, Don’t You Worry, You Have Already Won!
Movies have been the foremost source of entertainment for decades now. Every now and then, everyone feels the need to get entertained by movies and the complementing web series. Science says that we are fascinated by fictional stories. In some way or the other, the perplexed human mind relates anything that he/she could with personal ongoings in one’s life.
Be it heartbreak, suspense, comedy, or romance, everyone has their own taste in entertainment. Some people may find documentaries and emotion-less media fascinating but some might not. But the common link between every one of them is the thread of entertainment.
Tying this thread even tighter, we have brought a web series for you that would get you hooked on the emotion of suspense, happiness, thrill, and anger. When the riches of the world control the lives of people with no money directly, Squid Game is the only way to survive!
Recently launched on the online streaming platform Netflix, Squid Game is one of the Korean Dramas that is catching everyone’s attention like the rope man in a circus. Recently, the first season of Squid Game was released on the platform which is further divided into nine episodes of roughly one hour each.
We are going to tell you about everything that you need to know about Squid Game and trust us, without giving any spoilers. Going through all the nine episodes and devoting our nine prestigious hours to this web series, we are just going to say one word; Unique.
In this era of boring romance and the same genre of comedy, this is quite fascinating and unique at the same time. The overall concept of fusing everyone’s childhood with the horrors of being an adult portrays the eccentricity of the series. This concept is very raw and Netflix implemented this concept in quite a beautiful manner.
Basically, the show is based on a childhood game played in Korea known as Squid Game. This game drives 495 people with extreme financial burdens on their heads. The lead character Seong Gi-Hun is played by Lee Jung-Jae. A group of people finds 495 financially crippled people from all over Korea and gives them the opportunity to earn an absurd amount of money. They have to play some childhood games and win in order to move further in next rounds. But as always, there’s a catch. You Lose, You Die. That’s the most we can tell you. Some people may find it disturbing and extra but come on, it’s for entertainment after all.
Overall, the web series is good and the concept surely deserves some appreciation. You can watch it if you like some thrill and suspense in your life.