Lee Yu-mi (left) and Jung Ho-yeon in a still from Squid Game. For those of you who haven’t watched Netflix’s staggeringly popular K-drama, now’s your chance to start. Photo: Netflix
Lee Yu-mi (left) and Jung Ho-yeon in a still from Squid Game. For those of you who haven’t watched Netflix’s staggeringly popular K-drama, now’s your chance to start. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
Opinion

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Haven’t seen Squid Game on Netflix? It’s not too late to binge-watch the K-drama hit

  • Hundreds of destitute entrants compete in a series of deadly games for a life-changing sum of money in Squid Game, the hottest K-drama to come from Netflix
  • In Amazon Prime’s The Grand Tour Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May – confined to Britain by pandemic regulations – drive around Scotland

Lee Yu-mi (left) and Jung Ho-yeon in a still from Squid Game. For those of you who haven’t watched Netflix’s staggeringly popular K-drama, now’s your chance to start. Photo: Netflix
Lee Yu-mi (left) and Jung Ho-yeon in a still from Squid Game. For those of you who haven’t watched Netflix’s staggeringly popular K-drama, now’s your chance to start. Photo: Netflix
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