If you watch ‘Squid Game’, don’t call the show’s phone number, Netflix warns.
If you’ve always been competing in the popular Netflix series “Squid Game”, the video streaming platform has a message for you: Don’t call the eight-digit phone number you see in installments.
According to a Washington Post report, Netflix said it would revise the series scenes to remove the phone number, as it allegedly belonged to a South Korean woman who received calls and messages from fans. Has been received. In the squid game
“I’m constantly sending 24/7 calls and texting where my daily life has become difficult,” Kim Gul Young, owner of a sweet shop, told The Post. He reportedly had 10 years and a counting number.
During the day and night, several calls and texts were draining his phone’s battery, Gul Young said. He added that he has had to delete more than 4,000 numbers so far.
One of the text messages received by Gul Young read, “I am trying to participate in a squid game, is it possible?” To which he replied, “This is not a squid game. I sell handmade sugar-free sweet bean jelly.
The “Squid Game” series contains the stories of hundreds of people who are struggling financially. That’s when they will be invited to a secret location to compete in six childhood games to win a billion dollars. However, if they lose any game, they will be killed.
According to ITV.com, Netflix said on Wednesday that it was “working to resolve this issue, including editing scenes with phone numbers.”
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. In the meantime, however, viewers are urged to refrain from calling the phone number until this is resolved.
“Squid Game” is directed by Huang Dong-hyuk, and according to The Post, it took just 10 days to release to become the number one show in 90 countries. You can learn more about the series here.
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