The Secrets Of Squid Game: Cast and crew reveal behind-the-scenes details of all six games  

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  • The South Korean Netflix series has taken the world by storm in recent weeks, with the show becoming the most popular show in the streaming service’s history.
  • Spectators watched as 456 players take part in a series of children’s games, with consequences fatal for the losers.
  • In a new behind-the-scenes video shared by Netflix, producer Hwang Dong-hyuk, art director Chae Kyung-sun and several of the show’s stars reveal the inside and outside of each act.

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The cast and crew of Squid Game shed light on the intricacies of each task portrayed in the survival drama.

The South Korean Netflix series has taken the world by storm in recent weeks, with the show becoming one of the most popular in the history of the on-track streaming service, as viewers watch as many as 456 players take part in a series of children’s games to play with the eyes. Let the light go. Rewards – although there are fatalities for the losers.

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In a behind-the-scenes video shared by Netflix, producer Hwang Dong-hyuk, art director Chai Kyung-sun and several of the show’s stars reveal the inside and outside of each act — which used full-sized dolls. . Red light, green light game, ‘dream-like’ background and sheer terror was felt among the cast.

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Wow! The cast and crew of Squid Game shed light on the intricacies of each act portrayed in the survival drama

Producer Hwang said: ‘We thought a new series, about survival games, would be fun with more Korean features’, while art director Chae said: ‘We tried to get the audience thinking about the hidden intentions of the squid game. To build venues and demonstrations. we.’

Lee Jung-jae, who plays Seong Gi-hyun (aka Player 456), said: ‘While entering the film set on the first day we were busy taking pictures. The set was almost dreamlike’, while Wai Ha-joon, who played Joon-ho, said: ‘Reading the script I could imagine a picture of the set but the real sets were completely different’.

Jang Ho-yeon, who played Sae-byeok, said: ‘It was wonderful to be in the scene. It was like being in a world of fantasy but on the other hand it was very emotional, dramatic and dramatic’, while Park Hee-soo, who plays Sang-woo, said: ‘These pictures were so shocking beyond my expectations. And my imagination.’

So what happened in each task?

Speaking: In a behind-the-scenes video shared by Netflix, producer Hwang Dong-hyuk, art director Chai Kyung-sun and several of the show's stars reveal the inside and outside of each act — including the full-sized doll The Red Light, Green Light game, used in the 'dream-like' background and the eerie terror felt among the cast

Speaking: In a behind-the-scenes video shared by Netflix, producer Hwang Dong-hyuk, art director Chai Kyung-sun and several of the show’s stars reveal the inside and outside of each act — including the full-sized doll The Red Light, Green Light game, used in the ‘dream-like’ background and the eerie terror felt among the cast

Terror: The first game in the series of Deathly Contradictions is called Red Light, Green Light, where a giant doll oversees a 'playground' full of adults, who collapse when shaken when the doll's head is moved.

Terror: The first game in the series of Deathly Contradictions is called Red Light, Green Light, where a giant doll oversees a ‘playground’ full of adults, who collapse when shaken when the doll’s head is moved.

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The first game in the series of Deathly Contraptions is called Red Light, Green Light, where a giant doll oversees a ‘playground’ full of adults, who fall down when the doll’s head is moved when shaken.

Chai said: ‘The first game Red Light, Green Light was mostly played in the back streets in the 70s. We referred to Cheolsu and Younghi’s illustrations from textbooks when building robots at the time.

Hwang said: ‘Red Light Green Light is a game that many people can play at the same time. This is also one of the simplest games. So we thought this might give the most shocking plot twist, so this is the first one.’

Lee elaborated: ‘It’s almost a mob mentality. People in the same clothes, they all look the same, how desperate they are. Everyone is playing Red Light Green Light to win. He was surprisingly impressive.’

Ouch: In the second task on the show, players were given a flat piece of honeycomb with a pre-carved shape in the middle.

Ouch: In the second task on the show, players were given a flat piece of honeycomb with a pre-carved shape in the middle.

Dreamy: Jung Ho-yeon, who played Sae-byeok, said: 'It was wonderful to be in the scene

Dreamy: Jung Ho-yeon, who played Sae-byeok, said: ‘It was wonderful to be in the scene

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In the second task in the show, the players were given a flat piece.

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