About a week ago, it was announced that the second season of Netflix’s mega-hit The Squid Game would premiere this year. The streaming service is now publishing the first images of the new episodes. Netflix also wants to increase the excitement for the 2021 surprise series with a short scene.

The three-minute video gives an idea of ​​the streaming service’s products that will be released this year. However, fans of TV series and films will only be able to see the absolute delight at the end of the clip. Ki-hoon, the main character of the first season, played by Lee Jeong-jae (51), can apparently be seen in several shots at the airport receiving a mysterious call. “You will regret your decision,” it says on the phone. Gi-Hoon firmly replies, “I will find you, no matter what it takes.”

“Squid Game” Becomes a Chase

Of course, what kind of decision we are talking about and what the consequences are has not yet been revealed. Netflix’s press release only explains that Gi-Hoon sets off in pursuit after apparently receiving this exact call. The service shows relevant first photos from new episodes on Instagram, among other places.

In addition to the main character, other characters from the first season will also return, including the frontman (Lee Byung Hun, 53) and the salesman (Gong Yoo, 44). Actress Park Gyu Young (30) will also be seen. It is not yet known when exactly the second season of “The Squid Game” will start.

The first season of “The Squid Game” was not just a series success of 2021. To date, no other Netflix “Squid Game” has taken the crown on its own best-of lists. Users watched the first season just over 2.2 billion hours in the first 91 days of its release. The fourth season of Stranger Things has about 1.84 billion hours, the first season of Wednesday has a good 1.72 billion hours. (ue/spot)


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