K-plays have the highest number of spectators in the world, from slow-burn romances and horrors to historical dramas and moods. India is no exception, with groups devoted to Korean performers’ tales and identities on Facebook and WhatsApp. It is the time now for k-games, particularly the popular Korean Ojingeo Geim kids’ game (squid game). It’s a surviving match and complot of “Squid Game,” which will be published in 2021, a highly anticipated Netflix series.
What’s in a game?
Hwang Dong-hyuk is the director of the eight-episode series (The Fortress, Miss Granny).Masked figures encourage 456 people from every corner of the world to play the game, which has a $45.6 million cash price (about 40 million dollars). You don’t know what extreme things are going to be like. Concurrents are watched over in a board set, deceptively coloured in pastels, by facially disguised individuals in green outfits.
The distortion and desperation of characters will soon be a dramatic statement of the difference in class and a competitive struggle for survival.
Lee Yung-star Yae’s (the drama that reminds me of The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner) (known for the soft, smooth body guard in Sandglass or the vicious killer in Deliver Us From Evil). He’s playing Ki Hoon, an indebted unemployed man who becomes a good player.
“My character’s character characteristics and feelings vary as he sees each game,” a video chat says, joined by a co-star and a player, Park Hae-soo. “The challenge that attracted me most, as a performer, was that it made me look genuine.”
The Fittest Survival
Sun Woo, the kids’ friending of Ki Hoon’s childlife on the run who accepts to become a player following poor employment investments, is featured in Park’s Prison Playbook and Racket Boys. “My character takes the logical choices throughout the game. It was both interesting and hard for me to do it.” Says Park, who is taking up Berlin’s part in the Korean reworking of the popular Money Heiste series.
It indicates emotional fluctuations that are subtle and accurate. Would he play a game of survival? “I am happy and happy about what things are happening,” he laughs, adding, “I am not going to put my life on line [such as].”