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World South Korea-The Squid Game series inspires the protesters in Seoul

15:25  21 october  2021
15:25  21 october  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Television-Squid Game / Coree of the South-Event (TV, Photo): South Korea-The Squid Game series Inspires the protesters in Seoul

by Sangmi Cha

Seoul, October 21 (Reuters) - The Municipality of Seoul announced Thursday having lodged a complaint against members of a union who broke the anti-Covid measures to protest dressed in costumes of the series "Squid Game" https: // www .NETFLix.com / KR-EN / TITLE / 81040344.

thousands of members of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), the country's main organization, organized demonstrations to claim better working conditions, particularly in Seoul, the capital, where dozens of people disguised themselves in characters From the successful series of Netflix.

Illegal streams, merch bonanza: Squid Game craze hits China

  Illegal streams, merch bonanza: Squid Game craze hits China It is not available in China but Netflix's global sensation Squid Game has already built up a huge following in the country, with fans dodging strict internet controls to stream the show and snapping up merchandise such as its unique outfits. "Our assessment is that Squid Game, which is gaining global popularity, is being illegally distributed on around 60 sites in China," Jang said, testifying remotely from Beijing. As fascination with the show swirls among China's tech-savvy youth, the hashtag "Squid Game" got nearly two billion views on social media, and related topics have been trending for weeks.

protesters dressed in pink combinations and masks adorned with squares, squares and white triangles, worn by the guards in "Squid Game", played drum and dance. Some kept flags and pancards wearing slogans such as "inequality out" and "safe use for young people; quality employment for young people", reports the YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch? V = TVUVE-F8ME8 of the union.

strong of about 1.1 million members, the KCTU represents employees of the largest groups in the country, including Hyundai Motor, LG Chem and Korail Railroad Corp.

The City of Seoul complained against the Group for Organization of illegal events in violation of the Infectious Disease Prevention Act, said the local government in Reuters.

Under the rules of social distancing, only one-person manifestations are allowed in the capital and surroundings. (Fear of Sangmi Cha; French Valency Baldassari, edited by Sophie Louet)

'Squid Game' characters drawn from director's life .
Many characters in Netflix sensation "Squid Game" are loosely based on its South Korean director's own life and he believes its theme of economic inequality has resonated with viewers around the world. "I think viewers around the world deeply relate to the theme of economic inequality" portrayed in Squid Game," he said, "especially in times of a global pandemic". cdl/slb/ssy/ohoHwang Dong-hyuk's television debut last month became the streaming giant's most popular series at launch, drawing at least 111 million watchers.

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