Following its record-breaking success, “Squid Game” has announced the much-awaited cast for season 2. In a recent fan event held during Tudum 2023 in Brazil, Netflix revealed the official lineup of actors set to return for the sequel.

Among them are Lee Jung-jae, Lee Byung-hun, Wi Ha-joon, and Gong Yoo, who will reprise their roles from the first season of the global hit Korean series. Fans have been eagerly anticipating the upcoming season, which was officially confirmed by Netflix in June 2022.

The second season of “Squid Game” will feature four new actors – Im Siwan, Kang Ha-neul, Park Sung-hoon, and Yang Dong-geun. The returning cast members will be joined by these fresh faces, who are set to play new contestants. Im Siwan’s participation in the show has been confirmed after reports hinted at his involvement. He previously starred in the Netflix movie “Unlocked,” which premiered earlier this year.

Kang Ha-neul is popular for his roles in the drama “When the Camellia Blooms” and the film “Midnight Runners.” Park Sung-hoon gained recognition for his performance in the hit Netflix series “The Glory.” Meanwhile, Yang Dong-geun, who was cast in the Netflix movie “Yaksha: Ruthless Operations,” will also join the upcoming season.

Excitement is building as “Squid Game” season 2 gears up for production in the latter half of 2023. The debut season was a smash hit, earning a loyal following for its novel premise, high-stakes challenges, and relatable characters fighting for survival. With the inclusion of new cast members, fans are chomping at the bit to find out what twists and turns the creators have in store for them.

It’s no secret that Netflix’s “Squid Game” has taken the world by storm, and it’s safe to say that expectations are high for the next installment. With returning cast members alongside fresh faces, the show is poised to continue its streak of success, captivating viewers with its compelling storytelling and impressive production values. As production ramps up, fans are eagerly anticipating the release date and bracing themselves for another round of deadly games.