‘My Name’ director thanks ‘Squid Game’ for putting attention Korean content

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Kim Jin-min also provided an update about a possible second season of the series

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My name Director Kim Jin-min has expressed gratitude squid game To put Korean content on the map for an international audience.

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In a recent interview Korea Heraldhandjob Kim Jin-min Talked about the immense success of the South Korean thriller series squid Play, which was released last month, and the impact it has had on the reception My name.

Kim was asked if she feels that way. squid gamepopularity has put pressure on them and My name To be successful, especially considering that the Han So-hee drama was released soon after a global sensation.

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In response, Kim said that she believed that squid gameThe popularity of her has given a boost to her own show. “I have to thank squid game To focus international attention on Korean content,” he said.

Kim also revealed that she currently has “no specific plans” for a second season of the series, adding that “we’ll have to wait for Netflix and the screenwriters” on the show’s future decision.

My name, Netflix’s brand new action crime series, is shaping up to be another global hit. The show currently sits in the top ten of Netflix’s charts in several countries, and is bested only by squid Playhandjob Maid and the third season of You globally.

My name It revolves around Ji-woo (portrayed by Han So-hee), a woman who is inspired to seek revenge upon seeing her father’s murder. The series follows her path to becoming a member of her father’s criminal gang, later to infiltrate a law enforcement agency involved in the murder.

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