You must have heard about a little known series called Squid Game. If you’ve polished off all nine episodes of Netflix’s Korean mega-hit, the streamer has offered you some hidden gems to look forward to.
Netflix has cut some likes on social media from Korea. Everything from “swoonworthy romance” (his words, not ours) to “suspenseful crime drama” has been covered in a new, extensive Twitter thread.
The Squid Game is the latest in a long line of inventive, entertaining and totally addictive Korean shows on Netflix. Here are some tips on what to look forward to – and who knows… you might even see some familiar faces!12 October 2021
For those of you lovebirds, Dreamer suggests Romance is a bonus book, Crash Landing on You, It’s OK to Be OK, and The King’s Affection.
Science-fiction folks should head over to Netflix and add the following to their watchlist: Kingdom, Sweet Home, Sisyphus, and Earthdal Chronicles. Or if you want to handcuff a series for the foreseeable future, you could do worse than crime dramas Vincenzo, Beyond Evil, Extracurricular and Inspector Ku (which are coming to Netflix later this month).
He is not everything. Netflix has listed more in a Twitter thread if you want to go down the K-drama rabbit hole even further. As with Parasite and Squid Games, Korean-language projects have arguably never been so popular – and you may be just minutes away from finding your new favorite TV show. exciting stuff.
The Squid game, meanwhile, appears to be beset with translation errors to some viewers. However, there is an easy fix. Speaking of improvements – Netflix has edited out some of the digits of the show’s infamous phone number, as it matches the real-world number.
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