Popular TV drama 《Squid Game》 that exposes the reality of South Korean society
Recently, the TV drama “Squid Game” was aired and it is said that the TV drama “Squid Game”, which exposes the reality of South Korean society, where weak meat and corruption has been on the rise and scoundrels are commonplace, is gaining popularity among viewers.
It is said that the reason why the TV drama “Squid Game” became popular with viewers was because it dug into the reality of capitalist society and South Korea, where the extreme competition for survival and greed for the weak were rampant.
In the TV drama, viewers are drawn to the process by vividly showing the process of hundreds of people, who are forced to live a hellish life, struggling with unbearable debt, in a brutal game where they kill and kill each other to claim the prize money that loses to just one winner. It is said that it makes people realize the sad reality of the beastly South Korean society in which human beings are driven into extreme competition and their humanity is being wiped out.
In particular, a society where the tyranny and arbitrariness of those in power are rife with tyranny and arbitrariness through the image of a rich man who is a game organizer who takes pleasure in a game of horrendous slaughter after making a game rule that says that if you are not first, you must die. It is said to provoke outrage against an unequal society where people are treated like chess players.
For this reason, the audience who watched the TV drama is set in a South Korean society with severe economic inequality. It is the current South Korean society where the number of losers in fierce competition such as employment, real estate, and stocks increases dramatically. It is said that he is expressing his feelings that the reality of living in a world where people are judged only by money is a curse and a hellish fear.
South Korean film critics say that “Squid Game” shows the modern competitive society most symbolically. is said to be