Squid Game season 2 first look finally revealed by Netflix
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 01

It has been nearly three years since the release of and now, finally, has shared a first look trailer for .

Fans of have since the first season became a surprise hit during lockdown,

And, while the did satiate their appetites , now their wishes have been fully answered with a teaser clip of the follow-up and, despite only lasting 17 seconds, it packs a punch.

In the trailer, Lee Jung-jae, who starred in the hit show as Seong gi-hun – the lone survivor of the games – is seen with pink hair strolling through what looks like a train station or airport.

By an ominous voice speaking to him on the phone, he’s heard being told: ‘You’ll regret your decision.’

Looking menacing, Seong gi-hun refuses to back down and replies: ‘I will find you. No matter what it takes.’

The teaser begins with a shot of Seong gi-hun’s newly pink hair (Picture: Netflix)
He is heard answering a menacing-sounding phone call (Picture: Netflix)

The clip prompted a flurry of excited tweets on X with Harish among the fans declaring: ‘#SquidGame2 The wait ends!’

‘Excited I hope #SquidGame2 will come in first half in 2024,’ Bunny Steev begged Netflix.

‘Can’t wait,’ Gina Loreena added simply.

While no plot details for Squid Game season 2 have been released, Dong-hyuk previously teased the topic areas and character arcs he would like to cover.

He told The Hollywood Reporter: ‘There are some other stories in the series that have not been addressed. For example, the story of the police officer and the story of his brother, The Front Man.

‘I could also go into the story of that recruiter in the suit who plays the game of ddakji with Gi-hun and gives him the card in the first episode.’

The first season of Squid Game was a record-breaking success (Picture: AP)
The first season followed contestants play games of life and death (Picture: Netflix)

‘I’ll just say there are a lot of possibilities out there for season 2 storylines,’ he added.

In an interview the following year, Dong-hyuk about what to expect, revealing: ‘Humanity is going to be put to a test through those games once again.’

‘I want to ask the question, “Is true solidarity between humans possible?”‘ he added to Vanity Fair.

The first season of the South Korean survival drama series saw its characters face off in a range of deadly children’s games to compete for a massive cash prize.

Viewers watched the violence unfold in their droves when the nine-part series first dropped, with  during its first 28 days on the streaming platform, breaking previous records.

Squid Game season 2 is coming to Netflix.