This week a giant copy of the doll featuring in the South Korean survival drama Squid Game‘ was set up at a Seoul park.
This week a giant copy of the doll featuring in the South Korean survival drama Squid Game’ was launched at a Seoul park. Fans from all over the world are excited about the show. They want to experience the show.
The doll launched at the park to give the fans an experience of being in the hit show. The doll in the show is called Younghee. It is wearing Orange, and Yellow, outfits. It is a four-metre-tall doll. On Monday, the doll launched at the Seoul Olympic Park. Netflix’s representative told Reuters. On Tuesday, visitors to the park played the Korean-traditional game ‘mugunghwa ggoti pieotseubnida’ to music, meaning mugunghwa (flower) has bloomed, equivalent to the ‘Red Light, the Greenlight game in the show.
A resident of Seoul from the Philippines, Sung Hye-jin, was standing in the front of the doll and said, “I wanted to experience the feeling and wanted to know how it feels to be in the game. It’s like we are on the game, hearing the music and seeing this doll,”
The park was crawling from toddlers to adults to even dogs. Some people were wearing green tracksuits. Their tracksuit contained the number tag ‘456’, similar to the main character in the show.
South Korean resident Ko Dae-hwan dressed in a green outfit, said, “I enjoyed the show, so came here wearing this costume for Halloween.”
Around 142 million households have watched ‘Squid Game’ since its debut. This show has helped Netflix gain 4.38 million new subscribers.
According to a park official, the doll will display at the park until 21st November.