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Lim Siwan will Reportedly Join ‘Squid Game’ Season 2 as the Main Character

Lim Siwan will Reportedly Join 'Squid Game' Season 2

Lim Siwan will Reportedly Join ‘Squid Game’ Season 2

According to report on June 15 KST, Lim Siwan will be joining Lee Jung Jae and Lee Byung Hun as one of the main characters in ‘Squid Game’ season 2. The highly anticipated second season of the popular series has garnered a lot of attention, and fans are eager to see how the story will continue.

However, no official confirmation has been made by Netflix or the production team regarding Lim Siwan’s casting. It remains to be seen what role he will play in the show and how his character will fit into the intense and thrilling world of ‘Squid Game’.

Director and writer Hwang Dong Hyuk previously confirmed the return of Lee Jung Jae and Lee Byung Hun as leads in the highly anticipated season 2.

However, details about the upcoming season have been kept secret, and Netflix Korea has declined to comment on the rumors regarding Lim Siwan’s casting. It is believed that the production budget for season 2 is around 100 billion KRW (~ $78 million USD), and filming is scheduled to begin this summer.

In addition to his potential role in ‘Squid Game‘ season 2, Lim Siwan recently starred in the Netflix thriller film ‘Unlocked’ and is looking forward to the premiere of ‘1947 Boston’ in September, which will be released in theaters across Korea.

Also Read: Intense Survival-Themed Movies And Dramas To Watch After “Squid Game”

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