Netflix: The 'Squid Game' Cast: Get to know the players in this deadly game



 Netflix: The 'Squid Game' Cast: Get to know the players in this deadly game.



Would you risk your life playing children's games if it literally meant winning lots of luck? The Korean drama Squid Game has enthralled the audience, showing a brutal competition of 456 billion Korean Won (about ₹38 million). The nine-episode K-drama peaked at No. 1 on Netflix's Top 10, with millions of viewers following a cast of all-star Korean actors as they unite through deadly versions of Red Light, Green Light, and other kids. and fight. make game. For fans of series breakers and those looking to join the talented cast, here's all about the characters and actors from the Squid game.



Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hun

Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hun



An unlucky man is addicted to gambling, works as a driver and lives with his old mother. He enters the game in hopes of earning enough money to prevent his 10-year-old daughter from moving to the United States with her mother and stepfather. Lee, 48, is best known for appearing in the Korean film Il Mare (2000), which was later remade into The Lake House with Keanu Reeves, and The Face Reader (2013).



Park Hae-soo as Cho Sang-woo

Park Hae-soo as Cho Sang-woo


Gi-hun's childhood friend, Sang-woo, is a neighborhood legend who studied at South Korea's top university. The investment banker later stole money from his clients and lost it on the stock market, and needed to win the game to avoid taking over and maintaining his mother's home and business. Park, 39, is best known for her lead role in Prison Playbook (2017), one of the most popular K-dramas of all time.



Jung Ho-yeon as Kang Sae-byeok

Jung Ho-yeon as Kang Sae-byeok



Sae-byeok is a North Korean security guard who works as a Pickpocket or thieves while his younger brother lives in an orphanage. She needs enough money to move her mother out of the north and buy a house for his family. Squid Game is the first on-screen character of Jung Ho-yeon. The 27-year-old model was earlier seen in season 4 of Korea's Next Top Model.



Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho

Wi Ha-joon as Hwang Jun-ho


Korean Police officer Jun-Ho found a game card during a search of his missing brother's apartment. He then entered the game as a defender to join the operation and find his brother. Wi Ha-joon, 30, he start his career with starring in the horror flick Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum (2018) and the romantic drama Something in the Rain (2018) He also played the role of a serial killer in the film Midnight in this year. 



Oh Young-soo as Oh Il-nam

Oh Young-soo as Oh Il-nam



Il-Nam befriends Ji Hun, the oldest contestant in the game. Doctors have diagnosed a brain tumor, and he is playing to support his family. Oh, 76, has played mostly monk roles in his acting career, including in A Little Monk (2003) Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring (2003).



Heo Sung-tae as Jang Deok-su

Heo Sung-tae as Jang Deok-su



Gangster Deok-su joins the game to pay off his gambling debt after harassing his crime boss. He is the closest player to an opponent on the show, and he has a history with Sae-byeok. Heo Sung-tae, 43, has had an impressive career as a playwright with several roles this year. These include Beyond Evil, where he similarly plays a cold-blooded businessman, and Racket Boys, where he completes 180 in 10–12 episodes as the coach of the boys' badminton team.



Kim Joo-ryung as Han Mi-nyeo

Kim Joo-ryung as Han Mi-nyeo



Mi-nyeo is a mysterious player who will do or say anything to win the game, including greed and begging. We never learn why she's playing, even though she claims to be a new mom. Kim, 45, has starred in several successful plays and films, including Sky Castle and Mr Sunshine. She played the lead role of women in the 2012 film Sleepless Night, as one half of a married couple who go through daily life. He also previously worked with Squid Game director Huang Dong-hyuk in his film Silence (2011).



Tripathi Anupam as Abdul Ali.

Tripathi Anupam as Abdul Ali.



Abdul Ali came to Korea from Pakistan to work with his wife and son. Betrayed by his bosses, he intends to support his family with prize money, and some intends to send his parents and brother back home. Indian-origin Anupam is the second breakout actor in the Squid game. Prior to this, he had only minor roles, one of which was in the Netflix film Space Sweeper (2021).



Lee Byung-hun as The Front Man

Lee Byung-hun as The Front Man



Lee played a masked frontman running the day-to-day running of the game. He oversees the ultra luxe apartments and keeps in touch with the superiors in rotating operations. The 51-year-old actor has been one of Korea's most successful actors for decades, appearing in five of the 50 highest-grossing Korean films of all time. He also appeared in American films, including G.I. Joe franchise and Terminator Genisys, and he was the first South Korean to appear at the Academy Awards.



Gong Yoo as The Salesman

Gong Yoo as The Salesman


The most famous Korean actor play the role of as The Salesman And Offer to Gi-hun to participate the Squid Game. 

Gong Yoo Famous for his most Success full movie Train to Busan where he played as a father and businessman trying to escape the zombie apocalypse on a bullet train.he also work in another famous role like he played the titular immortal goblin in Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (2016), one of the most successful korean-dramas of all time. 

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