Abu Dhabi is all set to introduce the real-life ‘Squid Game’, obviously without the violence.
Get ready to play Red Light, Green Light
Want to play the Squid Game in real life? The Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) in the UAE Capital is making it possible for fans of the hit Netflix show to try their luck at children’s games — but without facing the deadly consequences which depict in the series.
388 people already signed up for the game!
The game is going to happen on Tuesday and already 388 people have registered for it!
Squid Game is Globally a hit now!
The squid game is in the Top Global viewer charts of Netflix! It is a Korean drama, written and helm by Hwang Dong-hyuk. since its release, the Squid Game fever has gripped viewers worldwide, including those in the UAE. memes and videos have flooded social events, and some have organized wholesome events to bring their thrills to life. Squid Game player attires have also become one of the most searched Halloween costumes this year.
The storyline of Squid Game
The nine-episode show follows the story of 456 cash-strapped contestants who are risking their lives for a tempting cash prize.
Nam Chan-woo, director of the KCC
Nam Chan-woo, director of the KCC says, “The games seem a bit brutal in the series to maximize the dramatic element. However, all the games in the show are popular ones played by Korean children from past to present.”
How will the KCC games be played?
Chan-woo said the games would be played by two groups consisting of 15 pre-selected participants. Two rounds will be organized from 5.30 pm to 9.15 pm on Tuesday.
Participants will wear uniforms — Squid Game logo T-shirts — during the event, and the staff will be donning the circle, triangle, and square costumes worn by the guards in the show.
The whole game will be tournament-based and players who lost will be able to watch the game separately without being ‘eliminated’.