Lee Jung-jae And Stephen Send Leo A Selfie, Take The Dalgona Candy Challenge From “Squid Game”

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “Lee Jung-jae And Stephen Send Leo A Selfie, Take The Dalgona Candy Challenge From “Squid Game”” – below is their description.

The star of Netflix’s “Squid Game,” Lee Jung-jae, makes his first appearance on The Late Show and shows Stephen how to unlock the secrets of the Dalgona candy featured in the show. #Colbert #SquidGame #LeeJungjae

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