In the new interview with DeadlineHwang said that “The Squid Game” was always meant to be expanded. The show’s creator said, “It was actually part of my intentions from the very beginning. I wrote the script in such a way as to imply that the Squid Game is taking place in other parts of the world. As you can see from the conversations that the VIPs have, they say the Korean game this year is exciting, which means there are other games.”
But will fans be able to see more squid games from different countries? Dont clear. hwang told The Hollywood Reporter that fans can expect to continue the story they already know and love. “The philosophy that I laid out in the first season naturally carries over into the second season. Instead of trying to live up to viewers’ expectations, I just thought about the last moment Ki Hoon turned away from boarding the plane and thought about what he would do. move on,” he said, saying that Ki Hoon had become a completely different character by the end of the first season, with the second season exploring his new attitudes and actions.
However, with Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos by providing a series a vote of confidence (“The Squid Game universe has just begun,” he said in January) and Netflix also creates reality version of “Squid Game”, it’s clear that there may be more opportunities to explore these other iterations of the game in the future.
Hwang told THR that his script for the second season should be ready in late 2022 or early 2023; he also suggested June Vanity Fair that the sequel season could come out by the end of 2023. Perhaps fans will expect to know for sure then.