Netflix loves to amaze us with its TV series and with Squid Game it was no less: in addition to a story that has fascinated millions of fans, Squid Game hides some important secrets, let’s see together what they are.
Squid Game it is not a simple signed TV series Netflix but, given its success, we can define it as a true mass phenomenon: the TV series, which given the incredible following promises to have a sequel, not only has thrilled millions of fans but has even given birth to a Squid Game in real life.
Squid game: 5 hidden secrets of the series on Netflix
Like the best series, too Squid Game hides some ester eggs, some almost hidden clues capable of being interpreted only at a later time but which feed theses, theories and future developments of history.
Let’s see the first ones together 5 Squid Game Secrets
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All competitors choose the blue tile
In the first episode of the season, all competitors who are contacted to participate in the Squid game, they choose the blue card na ddakji, game proposed by the recruiter during their first meeting.
In the dormitory you can see the video of all the most important competitors during their recruitment: the choice of tiles is always the same, the blue one.
Some users have speculated that whoever chose the red cardinstead, it has become one game guard.
All deaths are announced in advance
By carefully viewing episode two of the first season, you can find many clues to the deaths of the protagonists.
It starts with Ali, who steals his boss’s money (even though he actually had a credit with him), and his fate comes marked by the theft of Sang-woo who steals his marbles
Deok-su, the offender of the group, jump off a bridge to avoid being eliminated from the gang: the death of man, as we know, will happen precisely by falling from a bridge (made of glass this time)
My-nyeo reveals his death early
Also Mi-nyeo, another protagonist of the series announces how his death will happen: from a woman of the cruel Deok-su, to a renegade of the “gang” to become a member of the team of the “good ones.”
During episode five, the woman reveals to her new team (after winning the tug-of-war game) how powerful she felt when she leaned back to take the impact of the opposing team.
His death, unfortunately, is really a lot similar to that position that had made her feel powerful: during the game of glasses, she decides to commit suicide, bringing with her also Deok-su, to whom she had promised certain death in case he betrayed her.
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Sae-byeok changes accent
As we know Sae-byeok she is a fugitive from north korea, who fled the army to find a better life, while on the run she loses her father, while her mother remains in the hands of the north korean dictator.
Her brother also saves himself but ends up in the orphanage where he often goes to see him: during the interviews, for those who know the language, it can be seen how the girl you use a North Korean accent while, during conversations with competitors, Sae-byeok change accent speaking with a purely South Korean cadence
A curious detail but which demonstrates the attention to detail
Does player 001 not exist?
When Hwang Jun-ho, the undercover cop looking for his brother, opens the 2020 game file, finds in the players folder a major shortfall. The file of player 001 does not exist, is not there or has been stolen, as if it had never been placed in the folder.
This detail is fundamental for a probable twist of the next season …