Squid Game Star Park Hae Soo Gains Half A Million Followers On Instagram In A Day
Squid Game on Netflix became quite a phenomenon amongst people. Everyone is currently talking about the thriller series, so much that one of the actors from the cast has gained half a million followers on Instagram. Squid Game Star Park Hae Soo now has more than half a million followers on social media.
Hae Soo recently joined social media and amassed over 600k followers within a day. Touted to be one of the biggest actors in South Korea, the 39-year-old actor has joined the photo-sharing app on October 2. The actor’s first post is a selfie where he is looking quite cheerful. He captioned the post as, ”I also participated, this is Park Hae Soo”. He shared several other pictures from the show later on.
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Squid Game Star Park Hae Soo is not the only actor getting such massive attention from the audience, the other cast including HoYeon Jung, Wi Ha‑Joon and Lee Jung Jae are also getting immense love from the fans. Jung Jae was welcomed by his fans wholeheartedly as he shared a selfie with the caption, ”Is this…how it’s done…? #Lee Jung Jae #Squid Game”. Recently, he also shared a BTS from the sets of Squid Game as he reached one million followers within a day of joining Instagram.
It has now been reported by Netflix Co-CEO and Head of Content Ted Sarandos that Squid Game is well on track to become the most-watched Netflix show ever. It is the first Korean drama series to hit the No. 1 spot on Netflix, and it managed to achieve this milestone in just four days after its release.
Sarandos said in a statement: “Squid Game will definitely be our biggest non-English language show in the world, for sure”, and there’s “a very good chance it’s going to be our biggest show ever.”
The streaming giant usually measures the popularity of their shows based on how many people watch at least two minutes of the series in the first 28 days after its release. The current most-watched show ever on Netflix is Bridgerton with over 82 million households tuning in during the first 28 days.