Round 6 | Creator reveals how season two can be

Round 6 creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has been charged for a second season of the series since it debuted on Netflix in 10 September. In his first testimonies, he commented that he had no plans to produce a sequel, as the development of the first season was long and laborious and that he would need help in this mission.

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    • Now, Dong-hyuk brings a little more hope to fans who yearn for this sequel. In an interview with the American press, the creator of the plot left some questions open about the possible sequel, if it happens. According to him, the new episodes should explore the relationship between the game’s leader, played by Lee Byung-hun, and his brother (Wi Ha-joon), the police officer who infiltrates the game. The possible new season of Round 6 should also explore the story of the recruiter, Gong Yoo’s character, who appears only at the beginning and end of the series.

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  • The development of the first season was not easy for Hwang, taking more than 17 years for the script to air. In addition, the creator of the series says that the whole process was very stressful, causing him to lose six teeth during this period.

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      6 is a South Korean series that addresses a group of people who urgently need money and are willing to participate in a deadly game. The plot was so successful that it became the most-watched original Netflix series in the world, reaching more than 111 millions of homes.

      Source: The Straits Times

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