Hwang Dong-hyuk, the creator of Squid Game 2, is putting a lot of effort into writing

Hwang Dong-hyuk, the creator of Squid Game 2, is putting a lot of effort into writing

Hwang Dong-huyk, the creator of Netflixs, is reportedly tasked with writing the script for the streaming giant''s largest ever series.

Lee Jung-jae, the funny (and lucky!) star of the film, said how he like everyone else is in a great state of enlightenment awaiting the script for which he will be staring in.

While he is drafting the script, he has attempted to control his anticipation and avoid dangling Hwang.

I actually wanted to hear from the director about it, he said. But when there''s this present that you want... you''re waiting for that [and] you''re so excited to get it, you don''t want to have it much more.

You want to all of the packages at once, so im waiting for director Hwang to provide me the whole scenario, and am truly saddened for it.

[It] appears to be a lot of different concepts. Despite this, writing a [script] is something you dont know when it will [be finished.] Only director Hwang knows and [it] feels like he''s really battling to write the script.

Lee plays gambling addict Seong Gi-hun in the first 2021 series, which includes 455 other badly broken South Korean people, and participates in a super-sized series of childrens games, but one by one is murdered until only the winner is left standing.

By November 2021, viewers had spent 1.65 billion hours watching it (the second most popular show, season 1, has accumulated 625 million hours).

On the back of, it has been reported that the story will revolve around Seong''s retaliation against the mysterious Squid Game creators. Not that Lee will be able to continue on the subject.

I hope there''s a possibility of a different twist, which I''ll be exciting and satisfying for me and the viewers, Lee said last year. If it was predictable, it would be no fun.

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