A film still from Netflix series Squid Game, depicting 9 figures in pink uniforms wearing black masks with circles and squares.

Squid Game is back for another season. Here’s what we know so far

It was by Netflix most-watched series of all time – now squid game is officially back for the second round.

In only 27 days last year, the first season reached a huge 111 million fans according to the streaming service, beating out period drama Bridgerton.

Although we don’t know exactly when the second season of the hit Korean thriller will be released, some plot clues have falled.

Here’s what we know so far.

Wait, I forgot season 1. Remind me?

It’s a in nine parts dark drama telling the story of contestants, who are short of money for various reasons, agreeing to play childish games for a huge sum of money (45.6 billion won or $50 million)

The catch is that these games often have fatal consequences.

Seong Gi-hun is the main character: divorced with a young daughter and a big gambling problem. After winning money from a mysterious businessman in a subway game, he finds himself in the main event.

(And good warning, spoilers below).

Seong Gi-hun in the first episode, holding a business card with a number that takes him to the game.(netflix)

The result? Gi-hun survives the violent games and unmasks the old man, Oh Il-namplaying alongside them as a creator, before the old man died.

But in the finale, while Gi-hun is on his way to see his daughter in the United States, he spots the same recruiter on the subway.

The mysterious businessman escapes, but not before Gi-hun retrieves the card and calls the number, asking who runs the game.

So that sets us up for season two.


What clues do we have about Season 2?

There was a bit teased by the writer and director Hwang Dong-hyuk.

Korean man with glasses with blank expression.
Hwang Dong-hyuk, creator of the game Squid.(Invision via AP: Jordan Strauss)

In a letter released by Netflix, Hwang said that Gi-hun and the black mask character The man in front will come back.

And this seller who attracts players? Hwang said, “the man in the suit with ddakji might be back.”


And remember that terrifying motion-sensitive doll that shot people?


Hwang said, “You will also be introduced to Young-hee’s boyfriend.”

His name is Cheol-su – and he is unlikely to be friendly.

How popular was he?

He was so popular that South Korean ISP SK Broadband sued Netflix to pay the charges increased network traffic and maintenance work, thanks to the influx of viewers.

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