Squid Game season 2: Jun-Ho survival 'sealed' as star opens up on future 'Want him alive'

Squid Game season 2: Jun-Ho survival 'sealed' as star opens up on future 'Want him alive'

Squid Game season 2: Jun-Ho survival ‘sealed’ as star opens up on future ‘Want him alive’

The Daily Express says Netflix’s latest thrilling series Squid Game left fans in a huge frenzy after each episode of the twisted Korean drama. In the series, fans were introduced to police officer Jun-Ho (played by Wi Ha-Jun) who was on a deadly quest to find his brother. The actor hinted towards a potential season two where he spoke about his character’s fate.

Viewers were left on the edge of their seats after the unexpected season finale of Squid Game.

Throughout the series, fans were in shock as they watched a group of financially strapped contestants decide to take part in a competition with the chance of winning £28.2 million (45.6 billion won).

https://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/1510978/Squid-Game-season-2-Jun-Ho-survival-sealed


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