“I think Sang-woo is the most realistic character,” said Wai Ha-joon.
cast of netflix squid game has revealed who were her personal favorite characters from the series.
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In a recent interview with Netflix Korea, the cast of the brutal survival series took on the now-viral “Dalgona Challenge” from the series, talking about the various characters and games from the series.
At the beginning of the clip, each actor was given a piece of Dalgona, a traditional disc-shaped candy made from sugar and baking powder, with the Netflix logo embossed in the center. Like the Korean children’s games featured in the series, they were challenged to draw out the embossed shape using a needle, without damaging the logo.
During the interview, actors Wai Ha-joon, who played policeman Hwang Joon-ho, and Anupam Tripathi, who portrayed the debt-ridden migrant worker Ali, both chose Sang-woo as their favorite character. “I think Sang-woo is the most realistic character,” Wai explained.
“I think if I was in that position I would have acted like Sang-woo,” Wai said. Meanwhile Tripathi spoke of his admiration for Sang-woo’s perseverance: “I think his determination to move on from anything is amazing.”
Meanwhile, Heo Sung-tae, who portrayed the gang leader Deok-su, and Kim Joo-ryong, who portrayed manipulative Han Mi-nyo pink Oh Il-nam, also known as Player 001. Known, as his favourite. “When we read the script, I cried a lot because of Il-nam,” shared Kim.
Elsewhere in the clip, the cast also revealed which games of the series they felt confident in winning. Model-turned-actress Jung Ho-yeon said, “‘Red light, green light’.” squid game North Korean defector as Kang Sa-byok. “I’m a model, so I know how to stay steady,” Jung explained.
earlier this week, squid game Director Hwang Dong-hyuk said he was ready to retell the story for a second season, but with a new focus. “One [idea] Will be the story of the front man,” Hwang told many times. The character in question was the elusive boss who ran the show’s deadly tournament in the first season.