The first season of the South Korean survival drama Squid Game received a lot of praise, and Lee Jung-Jae received a lot of attention for his portrayal of the main character, Seong Gi-hun, who is in debt. As a result, Netflix has formally renewed the show for a second season due to the first season’s popularity, and the actor said that filming for the second season will begin in the summer and would probably continue for more than ten months.
Is it time for another round of Squid Game? The answer from Netflix is yes. In Squid Game, which is set in a dystopian Korean economic environment, players are selected at random to compete against one another across various levels designed using standard fare from Korean street games. The 2022 Emmy Awards marked the first time a show in a language other than English had been nominated for Outstanding Drama Series.
Screen Rant quotes creator Stan Lee as saying, “revenge and major plot factors that determined how the games were played” will be central to season two. The actor has also revealed that Lee Byung-hun will be working alongside him.
“I’ve never worked with Lee Byung Hun sundae before, so I’m quite excited about this opportunity. Actually, we both appeared in separate episodes of the drama White Nights 3.98. However, filming for Squid Game 2 will begin in the summer and continue for around ten months. “I’m going to go,” Lee remarked.