The most popular show and history maker, squid game is getting numerous international and domestic awards for outstanding performance.
The show has certainly seen the apex of audience engagement and popularity since it was released on Netflix.
This time around the famous show has taken its magical waves into Emmy 2022.
Lee Jung-Jae, one of the Squid Game members has become the first Asian to win best drama actor at the Emmy Awards.
At the Emmy Awards, the Netflix sensation Squid Game won multiple awards, notably the best lead actor in a drama series for South Korean actor Lee Jung-Jae and outstanding director for the same show for Hwang Dong-hyuk.
The concept of the squid game was shot in the South Korean capital Seoul, based on some cruel realities of society. The concept was so different and on the point that it quickly became the most successful show in Netflix history.
When it premiered in September, the show became a phenomenon in modern media. It was the first non-English language program to receive an Emmy nomination for best drama series. Lee is the first South Korean actor to take home the award for outstanding main actor.
Lee Jung-Jae took on the role of Player 456, a single father who participated in the game.
Not only in South Korea, but internationally it has also become the most watched and admired show. South Korea is Celebrating Squid Game’s Emmy Success.
The Emmys are not the only Squid Game’s success. The drama won numerous medals at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in February, including lead actor awards for Lee and Jung Ho-Yeon.
Koreans sing the praises of the awards squid game is getting in route of entertainment culture.
The South Korean entertainment industry is making its way up above. With the power of K-pop acts like BTS, popular TV shows, and highly lauded films, South Korea has recently become a global power in the entertainment industry.
The industry is getting unprecedented love, recognition, and an unbelievable fan following. Major Korean news outlets such as MBC and Yonhap made Lee Jung-Jae news the lead story on their websites. This has become one of the biggest publications in the nation. Squid Game had created a new history in K-drama.
The actor has also voiced his excitement and stated South Korean productions are becoming more and more well-known outside.
Following the presentation of his trophy, Lee praised filmmaker Hwang for creatively bringing a realistic subject we all face to the screen with a fantastic script and amazing images.
It is another mark for the Korean cinema business and a historical moment for the Korean cinema industry.
Actor Lee defeated nominees Adam Scott (Severance), Jeremy Strong (Succession), Jason Bateman (Ozark), Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), and Brian Cox (Succession).