After recreating a first doll of Squid Game in real life, in the Philippines, Netflix has now given birth to aplay area in Los Angeles inspired by the famous Korean series; audience champion and real phenomenon of the moment.
In Los Angeles, Koreatown, a play area inspired by Netflix’s Squid Game series has appeared
Since making its debut last month on Netflix, Hwang Dong-hyuk’s original series has quickly dominated the streaming service. The series has become one of the most watched Netflix shows of all time, and while fans eagerly await a potential sequel, many of them have wondered how they would perform playing these games firsthand.
Some fans have actually had the opportunity these days to test their skills thanks to Netflix, which has created an area dedicated to some of the games that appeared in Squid Game in LA, Koreatown (without all the part inherent to the elimination … “permanent”).
Not only did Netflix give life to a new doll of the creepy 1, 2, 3 star game, but it also recreated the part of the photos taken before the games, the Dalgona cookies and much more.
You can take a look at the video released online by Netflix on the Squid Game play area in Los Angeles directly below:
Red Light! Green Light! As a Halloween surprise, we brought Squid Game to life in LA’s Koreatown as a one-day event for locals to who dared to play pic.twitter.com/fjEe4toPXo
– Netflix (@netflix) October 30, 2021