A non-murderous, real-life model of the wildly famous Netflix show Squid game will happen in Abu Dhabi.
The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) in the UAE is organizing a reenactment of the video games seen inside the series for two teams of 15 members.
The session is open to 30 people and will be held this week at the center’s Abu Dhabi office.
Squid game is a Korean-language thriller that explores a dystopian reality wherein a mysterious organization recruits people in debt to compete in a sequence of apparently childish games for the chance to win a life-changing sum of money.
Contestants will enjoy the games shown in the popular Netflix series, including red light and green light.
Events may give fans of the wildly popular “Squid game” collection on Netflix in Abu Dhabi a chance to experience an actual-life “Squid game,” sans the murder and bloodshed.
The Korean Cultural Center in the United Arab Emirates is organizing a reenactment of the games seen within the Netflix series for two teams of 15 members. The event could be held in two periods on October 12 at the middle’s Abu Dhabi office.
“Squid game” premiered on Netflix on September 17 and skyrocketed to the No. 1 spot within the US, Netflix’s public rankings confirmed. The show is a Korean-language drama approximately determined by individuals who’ve located themselves in severe monetary problems. Seeing no way out, 456 players choose into a series of deadly demanding situations modeled after Korean kid’s games inside the hope of winning a jackpot prize of $38 million.
The middle’s event page said 4 out of the six games seen within the Netflix collection could be played all through the event. These include the “red light, green light” and “Dalgona candy” demanding situations, both of which spawned trends on TikTok. Players could also get to try their hand at the “Marbles,” and “Ddakji” (paper-flipping) games visible inside the series.
However, rather than $38 million, each winner is expected to accept a customized green tracksuit. Unfortunately, there is no prize cash.
Haven’t you Watched ‘The Squid Game’? Here’s What You’re Missing
Poverty, inequality, and desperation. That is what the whole show is about. A typical survival game show. But what an unfortunate ending to the most successful show in the history of Netflix.
The story started incredibly, a father trying hard to get his daughter not to leave him. So, he tries to get a significant amount of money to pay his debts and live with his daughter. He comes across a man who brought him into a game that will pay all his debts. He is then surprised by the enormous number of people in debt and joins the fun to pay their obligations.
The story keeps going well until the end; the final twist ruined the decisive moments. Viewers were surprised that when almost everyone died, the three main characters that remained alive were killed beautifully. One was hit by a piece of glass, and the other committed suicide. Not only that, but the organizer of the whole game was a player in the game that joined just because he wanted to have extra fun.
Okay, that could be very interesting, but we did not wholly answer why the organizer did not attend the VIP event. He said it was something personal. Are you thinking of what we are thinking? Could the main character be his son? Viewers demand answers.
Netflix edits Squid Game phone number after woman bombarded with so many calls
Did you know that the phone number at the back of the business cards belongs to a South Korean woman who has received a crazy amount of calls and messages? Netflix re-edited scenes of the series to remove the phone number.
Netflix has edited out a phone number that appears in its hit series Squid Game after a South Korean woman and others who use similar combinations were rushed with calls. Some callers even asked to join the show’s life-or-death games, which made the scene even worse.
The South Korea-made production had topped Netflix popularity charts in 90 countries since its launch last month. It is on track to become its most-watched series ever.
The nine-episode drama addresses widening economic inequality involves hundreds of cash-strapped people competing in children’s games. To win the final reward of 45.6bn, the Korean won (£28m), with the losers killed in uncompromising and violent ways.
To take part, contestants have to call a number on a business card printed with symbols. But while film and television makers usually use fake numbers in such circumstances, adding 010. The standard prefix for South Korean mobiles – to the eight digits on the card generated an actual phone number.
The victim said that the production company acknowledged the mistake in the production process and offered 1 million won as compensation for the damage. However, he also complained that it was difficult to change the number because his number exposed in the ‘squid game’ was a commercial mobile phone number that he had used for nearly 20 years.