Rapper Joey B has forged an interesting analysis around the new Netflix hit, Squid Game.
Squid Game, which started streaming on Sept. 17, is a nine-episode series about a world where children’s games turn deadly.
Squid Game is the first Korean drama to hit the No. 1 spot on Netflix, reaching the milestone just four days after its release. It’s bloody and violent, but it’s also addictive and highly bingeable. Here’s what to know about the wildly popular show.
What’s Squid Game about?
Squid Game focuses on a desperately indebted group of people in South Korea. They’re first tricked into a deadly tournament of children’s games, but then many of them volunteer to come back, realizing the games may be their only chance to win the money they need to survive.
Big bucks are at stake — 45 billion South Korean won, which translates to $38 million US (£27 million, AU$52 million). But the odds of survival aren’t good. Think The Hunger Games only featuring contests such as Red Light, Green Light and marbles (CNet).
Now back to what Joey B was saying about Squid Game. In his latest post on Twitter, the rapper whose dyed hair easily makes him stand out said God acts like the theme of the movie in our lives.
He posted, “In reality, God is the real Squid Game. you cant see him but he’s with you. & then you can only see him but when you’re dead. & then we’re dying to live, but then we’re living to die. what a game.Joey B