Decoding the symbolism in ‘Squid Game’ if you don’t speak Korean

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Some store names, character names, words and phrases hold deeper meaning for non-native speakers. Here are some easy-to-miss references in Netflix’s “Squid Game.” Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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