Wondering where is Netflix's Squid Game's giant, creepy doll is? Here's the answer
The beauty, it turns out, was not a show-specific prop but rather a pre-existing installation at a museum. The show's creators returned it after filming, albeit with one hand gone.
We are sure you couldn't have missed the enormous doll from the 'Green light, red light' game if you watched the hit Korean survival game show "Squid Game". The beauty, it turns out, was not a show-specific prop but rather a pre-existing installation at a museum. The show's creators returned it after filming, albeit with one hand gone. According to Koreaboo, the doll guards the entrance to Macha Land, a museum for horse carriages. It is in Jincheon County, Chungcheongbok-do, South Korea. Jincheon County is about a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Seoul, the country's capital.
"After filming, the doll was returned to the village. According to residents, it existed before the filming of Squid Game. The production crew borrowed it for a short time and then returned it. Visitors to the exhibit can examine the doll," the report said. An Instagram user recently posted images of the museum's enormous doll standing tall.
Within a month of its premiere, Netflix's South Korean sitcom Squid Game became a global hit. The show is on track to become the most-watched on the streaming service. Its performers are gaining international acclaim, and netizens are trending and playing various games featured in the survival drama. Hwang Dong-hyuk wrote and directed the series, which stars Lee Jung-Jae, Park Hae-soo, Jung Ho-Yeon, O Yeong-Su, Anupam Tripathi, Gong Yoo Wi Ha-Joon, and others.
Squid Game begins with Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae), a middle-aged divorcee who seldom sees his daughter and has fallen into severe debt with a band of cruel loan sharks. When he encounters a strange stranger at a train station after a horrible day, he is given a chance to win a vast (but secret) sum of money that would alter his life forever.
Gi-hun is picked up in a people carrier and put to sleep by gas poured into the passenger seats after calling the shadowy organisation the guy belongs to and telling them he wants to play their game. When he wakes up, he is dressed in a numbered tracksuit and is in a warehouse-style dormitory with hundreds of other individuals. They quickly discover that to win the money, they must participate in a series of childhood games. Those who do not win will be "eliminated," which is a euphemism for "killed" by the hooded guys in authority.