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Squid Game Season 2 Update: Will BTS’s V Participate in the Netflix Hit Series?

December 27, 2021

After many wait to see Jin from BTS in Squid Game Season 2, another group member seems to be hinting a role on the series. The lead actor on the Netflix series, Lee Jung-jae, posts a photo with V and many believe that their meeting had something to do with the second part of the series.

V has starred in a number of K-dramas like Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth and On the Way to the Airport. So is there any chance he’ll play in Squid Game Season 2?

While it’s not surprising to see the 25-year-old star with Lee Jung-jae, having dated some of the most famous South Korean stars, there is something about that photo that makes the hype. He is known to be a huge Squid Game fan, according to Koreaboo.

He even wore a masked guardian cosplay during BTS ‘recent Permission to Dance on Stage concert series in Los Angeles, California. While this makes this event even more iconic, there’s no denying that fans are hoping to see him dressed in real Squid Game costume when Squid Game Season 2 arrives.

However, fans should be careful with these assumptions, as nothing has been confirmed yet. Meanwhile, in an interview with E! News some of the most interesting questions about the second season of the series.

Season one ended with Seong Gi-hun, aka Player 456 (Lee Jung-jae), choosing not to board the plane to see his daughter. Instead, he turned back, stepped on the airplane bridge, and would likely be back in the game to get revenge for what happened to his friends and hundreds of other players.

How are these things going to play out in season two? 45-year-old actor and director Hwang Dong-hyuk has hinted that Seong Gi-hun will make bigger decisions in season two.

During the SAG virtual panel, the filmmaker said he was not in the right place to speak about Season 2 in an official setting, but fans would soon see the humanity of Player 456. Everything he has learned from the games and his experiences will come to fruition in the second season.

He also talked about the front man (Lee Byung-hun) and compared him to the iconic Star Wars series villain Darth Vader. He also teased that Seong Gi-hun would be tested whether he would remain the good or become the bad.