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Squid Game is a South Korean series which came out on Netflix last month, shocking subscribers with some of its graphic content. Coming from the show’s creator and director Hwang Dong-hyuk, Squid Game sees hundreds of people in need of money sign up to play children’s games in order to in $38 million. Of course, it was never going to be as simple as winning a few games if they were to get their hands on the cash prize.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Squid Game.
As the 456 contestants joined the competition, little did they know what they were really signing up for.
If you are eliminated from any of the games then you are killed instantly and what makes it worse is that there is no way of getting out of it once you have agreed.
So it is either win the entire contest or die trying which the majority sadly did throughout the series.
But one fan has pointed out how some of the contestants’ deaths were teased before they even joined the competition.
Taking to Reddit, the Squid Game fan explained: “I couldn’t find a post for this yet and please tell me if you think it’s bs but here it goes:
“What the main characters did after leaving and before reentering the game is foreshadowing their deaths.
1) Jang Deok-Su/ Gangster – killed others and jumped off a bridge – was killed by jumping off a bridge
2) Kang Sae-byeok/ Love of my life – wounded someone and threatened to stab their throat with a knife -> got wounded and stabbed in the throat with a knife
3) Abdul Ali – took something valuable from someone and ran -> got taken something valuable from and dude who did it ran
4) Cho Sang-Woo/ evil best friend – tried to unalive himself in a suit, drenched -> unalived himself in a suit, drenched
“These are too many coincidences, what do you think?”
A legion of fans continued to comment on the foreshadowing and how “impressed” they were by the Reddit user’s post.
One subscriber wrote: “Wow, I think these were great observations.
“I really did not notice how the director foreshadowed their deaths!”
While a second commented: “WHOA I’m impressed with your powers of observation and now too I want to watch it again. Some of this I picked up on, but not all of it.”
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Squid Game sees hundreds of contestants get pushed to their limits, under pressure as they are forced to play children’s games to try and save themselves.
From tug of war and marbles, to Red Light, Green Light and the honeycomb game, the intensity grew throughout the series.
The show ended with the Squid Game which the show is named after where it was truly a fight to the death.
But as of yet, there is only one series of the South Koren drama on the cards.
Netflix has not yet announced if there will be a season two of Squid Game.
However, Hwang told Variety he has already started thinking about work for another series.
He said: “I don’t have well-developed plans for Squid Game 2. It is quite tiring just thinking about it. But if I were to do it, I would certainly not do it alone.
“I’d consider using a writers’ room and would want multiple experienced directors.”
So could fans see a second outing of Squid Game in 2022?
Squid Game is available to watch on Netflix.
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