[나우뉴스] British Guardian: “Hell is better than a squid game… It will be talked about for more than 10 years.”

Following the Netflix drama ‘Squid Game’, ‘Hell’ (director Yeon Sang-ho) ranked first in global viewing one after another, and major foreign media praised it. On the 25th (local time), the British media The Guardian praised the drama as “Hell is better than the squid game” and “It is a truly exceptional drama that has been talked about for more than 10 years.”

The Guardian’s evaluation was mainly due to the sudden arrival of hell following the explosive interest in the squid game. The media also assumed that both Squid Game and Hell were Korean dramas and dealt with violent death. The Guardian said, “The Squid Game not only firmly established Korean dramas as the mainstream, but also raised the popularity of non-English programs. He continued, “Hell is a crazy good work, even better than a squid game. If you haven’t seen it yet, put everything down and watch it.”

However, The Guardian predicted that Hell will not be able to keep up with the box office success of the Squid Game. The Guardian said, “The squid game is filled with stories that are easy to understand even for a 6-year-old child, and unique costumes and masks that can be quickly fashionable. I don’t think Hell will take away the ‘crown’ of the squid game.”

Prior to this, on the 23rd, CNN in the United States also reported, “This year’s Korean dramas are amazing,” and “Hell is a new squid game.”

On the other hand, Hell is a Netflix series depicting the story of a supernatural phenomenon of being sentenced to hell by the messengers of hell, and the religious organization Saejinrihoe, which was revived in the midst of this chaos, and those trying to uncover the truth of the incident.

By Park Jong-ik, staff reporter [email protected]

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