Netflix has approved the second season of the Korean series Squid Game.
In a statement from Netflix, which signed an agreement with the author and producer of the series, Hwang Dong-hyuk, for a second term, it was said, “A new genre is starting.”
The lead actor of the first period is number 456, that is, Lee Jung-jae, who plays the character named Song Gi-hun, and Lee Byung-hun, who plays a mysterious character, will also appear in the second period.
According to the news reported by BBC News, Gong Yoo, who plays an unnamed character who chooses actors for the match and wears a group in the first period of the series, will probably return in the second period.
In the first period, the winners of the contestants who participated in a deadly game received a cash prize of 45.6 billion.
In a statement made on Netflix’s social media channels on Sunday evening, he thanked the director for the interest in the series, which he prepared 12 years ago but only released last year: