Squid Game, earlier this month it was named Netflix’s biggest series launch – reaching more than 111 million viewers.
The nine-episode fictional Korean drama, follows 456 participants who compete in deadly children’s games for a chance to escape severe debt.
Now Australians can try their hand at the traditional Korean children’s game – Red Light, Green Light – with the game’s adjudicator arriving in Sydney from South Korea just in time for Halloween.
The animated doll – standing at 4.5m tall and weighing three tonnes – will remain at 4 Circular Quay W in The Rocks until Monday, November 1.
Players are asked to don green and pink tracksuits and snap a photo within the time limit.
All players must check-in using the QR Code and show their COVID-19 digital certificate (or proof of a medical contraindication), respect social distancing (1 person per 2sqm), play safe and not run.
Anyone caught disobeying the rules will be eliminated (asked to leave).
Entry to the activation area is not recommended for guests under the age of 16.
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