The creator behind Netflix’s Squid Sport has defined what impressed the present’s title.
Because it launched on September 17 the South Korean collection has grow to be one of many greatest breakout Netflix reveals of the 12 months.
The programme follows a gaggle of 456 people who find themselves invited to participate in a survival competitors for an opportunity to win ₩45.6billion.
Creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has since revealed the place the present’s uncommon title originates, and it stems from his childhood.
Chatting with RadioTimes.com, Hwang mentioned: “Squid Sport is a recreation I used to play as a baby within the schoolyard or the streets of the neighbourhood. This can be a story about individuals who used to play this recreation as youngsters and return to play it as adults.
“It was one of the crucial bodily and it was additionally one in all my favorite video games. I felt that this recreation may very well be essentially the most symbolic youngsters’s recreation that would signify the type of society we stay in immediately.”
In NME’s four-star evaluation, Squid Sport is described as doing “greater than sufficient to maintain us invested and eager for a possible second season”.
Talking about her function within the present, actress Jung Ho-yeon not too long ago mentioned her shock at being solid within the collection.
“When my CEO instructed me I’d been casted, the very first thing I mentioned was, ‘Why?’ I used to be so pleased once I heard the information, however it was like a higher worry had taken over me,” Jung mentioned. “[I was like] ‘Thanks very a lot, however I can do that?’”
Squid Sport is out there to stream on Netflix.