Actor Park Hae-soo recently discussed what he imagined his character Sang-woo would do if he won the 45.6 million KRW Squid Games. Sang-woo is a recent graduate of Seoul National University who is significantly in debt. The 40-year-old actor, who spent months in character as Sang-woo, is certain that the made-up would have blown through all his or her wealth and returned to playing the deadly games. After spending all that money, I believe he’d be right back where he started, even if he’d won.
Park Hae-soo discusses Sang-woo winning Squid Game and his hopes for the sequel
Due to Netflix’s revival of the Korean sensation Squid Game, fans all over the globe have begun to once again play the “What if?” game with the show. Park Hae-soo, now 40 years old, was already well-known in South Korea before his performance in Squid Game on Netflix made him famous worldwide. A major participant and protagonist, the actor portrayed Cho Sang-woo. As far as Sang-woo was concerned, he was the most rational and strategic of everyone. On the other hand, he was also a group member that had no problem doing immoral things if it meant coming out on top. If Sang-woo had won a huge sum, say 45.6 million KRW, Park Hae-soo thinks he would still be around the following year since he wouldn’t have spent all of it.
Sang-rival woo’s in the final round of Squid Game was his best buddy Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-Jae), whom he secretly admired. Gi-hun lacked two qualities: a laid-back attitude and a positive attitude toward life. It was clear to viewers that Sang-woo was annoyed by Gi-pride hun’s in Sang-success woo’s at SNU. Ultimately, he decides to self-injure, giving Gi-hun the victory. Although the series conclusion hinted that Sang-woo had passed away, the possibility of his comeback lingers, as with Sae-byeok and The Front Man’s brother.
Park Hae-thoughts Soo’s on the second season of Squid Game
When Park Hae-soo was asked whether there was anything in particular that he was looking forward to seeing in Squid Game season 2 and his implausible comeback, he responded by saying, “Well, whether or not my character will be returning in Squid Game Season 2, it’s all in the mind of the director.” So, there is nothing. You can affirm with certainty. I hope the Gi-character hun’s and his connection to the masked guy will be explored further.
Park Hae-soo also suggested another traditional children’s game for the Squid Game sequel, saying that the world still doesn’t know about many Korean games. As for playtime, the world has yet to see the vast majority of the traditional Korean games available for children. I dream of seeing a modern take on the traditional Korean jump rope. The star of Netflix’s Squid Game is set to appear in another potential smash hit, Money Heist Korea: Joint Economic Area. On June 24th, the international distribution of the remake of the Spanish series will begin.