The highly-anticipated second season of “Squid Game” has confirmed more cast members!
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On June 29, Netflix released photos from the first script reading of “Squid Game 2.” The production team with director Hwang Dong Hyuk and the protagonists of “Squid Game 2” including the returning Season 1 cast members Lee Jung Jae, Lee Byung Hun, and Wi Ha Joon as well as previously confirmed new cast members Im Siwan, Kang Ha Neul, Park Sung Hoon, and Yang Dong Geun attended the script reading.
In addition, the presence of additionally confirmed cast members Park Gyu Young, Jo Yu Ri, and Won Ji An, who were reported to be joining, as well as T.O.P, Lee Jin Wook, David Lee, Noh Jae Won, and Kang Ae Shim also capture viewers’ attention.
T.O.P, who starred in dramas including “Iris” and “I am Your Teacher” as well as films “Tazza: The Hidden Card” and “Commitment,” will be starring in a domestic project for the first time in nine years since “Tazza: The Hidden Card.”
Lee Jin Wook, who received lots of love through the “Voice” series and “Sweet Home,” will be reuniting with director Hwang Dong Hyuk after working together on the drama “Miss Granny.”
David Lee, who worked together with director Hwang Dong Hyuk and Lee Jung Jae in the films “The Fortress” and “Svaha: The Sixth Finger,” will be reuniting with them through “Squid Game 2.”
Noh Jae Won, who impressed through the films “Missing Yoon” and “Ditto,” also confirmed his appearance in the drama, raising viewers’ curiosity for his character.
“Squid Game 2” will kick off filming in the second half of 2023. Stay tuned!