After the success of Squid Game on streaming service Netflix, fans have a reason to smile as the blockbuster's creator confirmed season two will be released
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Squid Game is expected to offer more games that are said to be full of surprises and tougher for participants than the previous show
Netflix announced that the wildly popular South Korean show is green-lit for a much-awaited second season
Squid Game Season Two is making a comeback to screens sooner and is going to be a bigger thriller and will include games that will prove a tougher test for humanity.
According to GMA News, the popular contestant-themed teaser has been released showing the return of Gi-hun.
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In a letter, the series director wrote:
"A whole new round is coming. And now, Gi-hun returns. The Front Man returns. Season 2 is coming."
Squid Game features participants gathered from marginalized parts of society and competing in traditional South Korean children's games for money.
The winners are awarded huge sums of cash while the losers are put to death.
CNN reported Seong Gi-hun, the main protagonist of the game is a divorced gambler who entered the contest for the big money.
Hwang also teased new characters and developments in the second season stating that the mysterious salesman who recruits players might be back.
The letter also noted that viewers will be introduced to Cheol-su, the boyfriend of the show's infamous animatronic doll, Young-hee.
Squid Game: Popular blockbuster series set to make Season 2 return
Briefly News previously reported that Season 2 of Squid Game will be bigger and will include games that will prove a tougher test for humanity.
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The show's director, Hwang Donghyuk, said that the sequel of the Netflix blockbuster will be full of surprises and "nothing but chaos."
Humanity put to test
The director said:
"Humanity is going to be put to a test through those games once again. I want to ask the question, is true solidarity between humans possible?"
The director noted that he believes problems amongst the players in Squid Game could be solved if they became supportive of each other.
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