- Joined Sep 5, 2010
She was pretty good for her first acting gig. My wife was sobbing after that marble episode. I know them other Korean actresses like Bae Suzy and them are salty though that she came out of modeling and instantly becomes most famous LOL. Marvel got Park Seo-joon to try to attract some viewers, would be smart to find a role for her in that universe.
This would be a good idea, if we weren't so emotionally invested in the players from this season. The show spent a few episodes really developing characters, rather than having more games to be played. If the intent was to have new players in the new season, they would've focused more on the games rather than all the player relationships and social dynamics.Its perfectly set up to be a SAW type situation. Just make all new players and new games...people will watch
I hear youThis would be a good idea, if we weren't so emotionally invested in the players from this season. The show spent a few episodes really developing characters, rather than having more games to be played. If the intent was to have new players in the new season, they would've focused more on the games rather than all the player relationships and social dynamics.
I don't think the intent was ever for him to have a happy ending. Because he had to perform acts which wouldn't warrant anyone from getting one. One of the main themes of the show was how you need to be selfish in order to win. We saw that clearly with Ali. He was the only character who was selfless through and through and it got him no where. Instead, his best friend not only swindled him of his marbles, but effectively murder's him afterwards.Personally, I am add Emmitt Lee against a second season. I think it WOULD’VE been perfect had it not have that ironically money grab open ending. I mean, he could’ve seen his daughter and hunted them down when he got back.
I feel like it being revealed he didn’t touch the money, him asking the banker for money and his general demeanor conveyed it wasn’t a happy ending. Everything else was kinda redundant and could’ve waited to be re-enforced at the beginning of the second season.The end of Gi-hun dying his hair red and going after the creators of the game is an ode to his obligation of paying the price for victory. The real prize of the game is being involved/tied to the game forever. We get a sense of this from Joon-Ho's brother being a chairman.
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