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Squid Game fan theory ‘reveals’ two major characters are related – did you spot the three obvious clues?

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A SQUID Game fan has revealed a jaw-dropping theory that two major characters are related – and the evidence is damning.

Netflix’s Korean drama series has surpassed all expectations, topping its charts in 90 countries and becoming the streaming services’ biggest ever launch.

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One Squid Game fan has pointed out how two of the characters could be related[/caption]

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The show’s elderly character seems to have a connection to Oh Il-nam[/caption]

Viewers of the hit show have come up with countless amounts of theories about the show, however, a recent reveal might just be the most sensational find yet.

Taking to TikTok, one eagle-eyed viewer has showcased the scenes which suggest that Oh Il-nam – the elderly man – and Seong Gi-hin – the show’s protagonist – are actually father and son.

First, there is a scene where Seong asks for chocolate milk, rather than regular, as he isn’t able to digest it properly.

The old man was standing behind him when he revealed his digestive woes and in response, said: “As a kid, I’m willing to bet you got spanked a lot.”

A bemused Seong questioned how he knew, to which Oh replied: “My son did, too. He was just like you, friend.”

But the coincidences don’t stop there, either, as later on during the games, the pair find themselves on a set made to look like an everyday street.


Oh tells Seong: “You know, when I was a kid, I lived in a neighbourhood just like this,” to which Seong agrees, responding: “Our alleyways looked very similar.”

Even more intriguingly, Oh asked about the date after revealing that his son’s birthday was coming up.

The frail old man asked if it was the 24th and, earlier in the series, Seong tried to access his mother’s bank using his birthday as the pin he entered was ‘0426’ – very close to when Oh said his son’s birthday was “coming up”.

As of yet, we don’t know too much about Seong – the eventual tournament winner – and his past, but could it be that the creator of the sick games is, in fact, his real dad?

Some theories also suggest that Oh could have made it so that Seong won the games as a way of leaving his wealth to his rumoured son.

FAMILY TIES

The nine-episode thriller, in which cash-strapped contestants play childhood games with deadly consequences in a bid to win 45.6bn won (£52m), became an international hit when it launched last month.

Since its overwhelming success, series creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has remained tight-lipped about a second season – until now.

“There are some other stories in the series that have not been addressed,” Hwang teased in a recent interview.

“I’ll just say, there are a lot of possibilities out there for season two storylines.”

Squid Game is available to stream on Netflix.

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The Netflix show has broken streaming records[/caption]

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