Don’t take off your mask! Squid Game trick-or-treaters dressed to kill for Halloween

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Don’t take off your mask! Squid Game trick-or-treaters dressed to kill for Halloween” – below is their description.

Garment factories and street vendors in South Korea are racing to cash-in on the Squid Game craze ahead of Halloween. Factory workers have been scrambling to churn out thousands of green tracksuits and red jumpsuits featured in the Netflix hit series for street vendors to stock up in time for Halloween. Businesses who have seen their revenue plummet since the Covid-19 pandemic can easily identify with the cash-strapped characters in the thriller drama series that has garnered over 142 million views.

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