Season 2 will return in 2024, according to the director of Squid Game

Season 2 will return in 2024, according to the director of Squid Game ...

We have some good news for all of the Squid Game enthusiasts. The second season of the drama is set to be released soon, and the script is completed. Talking about the second season, the shooting for the same will begin next year, and it will be released by the end of 2024.

Squid Game Season 2 will focus on Lee Jung Jae's main character, Sung Ki Hoon, who already showed up in season 1, when he dyed his hair red. So, the audience will certainly expect some revenge scenes in the upcoming season on Netflix. Here is what director Hwang Dong Hyuk said about the upcoming season via Netflix: "Season 2) Sung Ki Hoon is no longer naive. He applies some of what he learned in season 1 (to the game in season

Season 2 will also feature the return of characters, like the frontman played by Lee Byung Hun, who watches the game's progress, and Gong Yoo, who plays the bag-carrying man. We will also get to see the boyfriend of Young Hee, the gigantic doll character who played a tagger's role. The boyfriend's name is reportedly Chul Su.

Lee Jung-Jae, who played Sung Ki Hoon in the popular Korean drama, won the best actor award at the recently held 74th Emmy Awards. Jason Bateman from Ozark, Bob Odenkirk from Better Call Saul, Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong from Succession, and Adam Scott for Severance

Lee Jung-Jae wins a first career #Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for @SquidGame (@Netflix)!”

The Korean drama series had a good run at the Emmy Awards, including best supporting actor (Park Hae Soo and Oh Young Soo), best director, best picture, best actor (Lee Jung-Jae), and best screenplay. Talking about Hwang Dong Hyuk, who directed Squid Game, he was the first Korean filmmaker to win the best director award at the same event.

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