Squid Game Director & Cast Break Down The Red Light/Green Light Scene | Vanity Fair

Hwang Dong-hyuk, writer-director of the hit Netflix series “Squid Game” breaks down the infamous “red light/green light” scene from episode one with stars HoYeon Jung and Lee Jung-jae.

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90 Comments

  1. It is NOT "red light green light"
    Bring better translators vanity fair!

  2. That might be the most beautiful korean woman I've ever seen jesus

  3. This actress is so beautiful!!! I watched the show two days ago😍 it was amazing!!

  4. Tell the composer of this version of "Fly me to the moon" to release the full music officially

  5. I love this because it shows the realities of making this film and really shows some behind the scenes one would have never thought of otherwise.

  6. Is it just me or does it look like they're shooting people who are standing still. What gives?

  7. Brilliant director and cast 👏 Squid Game is one of the very few dramas I can watch over and over, another one is coffee prince, the common denominator is Gong Yoo!

  8. A sign of a good director is when he can explain the symbolism behind a scene while also pointing out the mistakes he made along the way

  9. I was thinking he would have kind of rebounded a little bit off the ground when he fell causing him to move and get shot then tripped Ali and he would have gotten shot too 😅

  10. I'd love to see Lee Jung-jae break down all his roles

  11. red light green light scene was a masterpiece

  12. Bas kardo ab inko bksh do khuda ka waasta sar hi chadha lia charm chala gya pure series ka

  13. The giant doll in this sequence was terrifying

  14. i think at 4:00 the subtitles should read "music/song" instead of "number"?

  15. How did you make a squid game I really like your game

  16. I only just got around to watching Squid Game and I’m impressed.

  17. i love ho yeon and jung jae just drawing on the screen and goofing off while the director is being all technical and analyzing everything lmao. but joking aside props to the director, he made this amazing show so well and im so happy it bacame viral world-wide since he had been working on it for so long.

  18. Hi JJ I love u so much and u are u amazing and I know I will see u one day and I love Korea ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️N.1 fan here

  19. Amazing, so much respect to everyone involved in this series. I so wish I was multilingual.

  20. he started writing the script in 2009, 12 years ago. man was ahead of time!

  21. Stating the obvious but HoYeon is absolutely gorgeous

  22. 067 Better not get plastic surgery if not I guess another one bites the dust

  23. I watched this again recently with a friend that hadn't seen it. It was great watching their reaction.

  24. I think they played it to calm down the person who is watching the show for the first time

  25. We need to thoroughly commend this guy for making such a good plot. The fact that it was being wrote in 2009 really shows how much time and effort it takes.

  26. Much of Squid Game‘s final hour is set outside the world of the arena—this time, a year following the events of the bulk of the show. So what else is there to uncover? 👉https://youtu.be/TCiei2uULJE

  27. Tell all witches warlocks illuminati and freemasons to stop worshiping Satan the devil because he is a pedophile. Tell them to worship Jesus Christ instead God bless.

  28. Korean people speaker need Eng sub and English speaker doesn't need subtitles because English is language so long

  29. Hwang Donghyuk is an absolute mastermind. He designed the role of Seong Gihun specifically for legendary Lee Jungjae, and he hired the charming Jung Hoyeon to fulfill the all-around Kang Saebyeok. Plus, even hiring all of the visual effects specialists and audio engineers to add in small but significantly fulfilling details, he's quite an impressive individual. So glad he finally had a project reach this level of cultural significance, he definitely deserves it!

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