Squid Game: This clue proves that In-ho is not a real villain!

A big clue just revealed that In-ho’s character in Squid Game might not be a villain in the story.

Series analyzes Squid Game continue to fall on the Web. This time, a clue seems to prove thatIn-ho is not a real villain. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z!

Squid Game: The Most Popular Series of 2021

Since its release on September 17 on Netflix, the series Squid Game never ceases to be talked about. And for good reason ! In just a few weeks, she was becoming one of Netflix’s most popular achievements.

For several days, the latter even reached first place. And this, in over 90 countries around the world. Proof that Hwang Dong-hyeok’s work is unanimous among subscribers to the N red video on demand service.

And that’s not all ! To this day, the South Korean series embodies the biggest launch in the history of the platform. Eh yes ! According to figures posted online by SVOD, more than 111 million have been conquered by Squid Game.

« Tempted by a tempting price in case of victory, hundreds of penniless players agree to compete in kiddie games with deadly stakes. “

Here is the synopsis posted on Allocine. A mouth-watering summary and which already announces episodes of extreme violence.

Interviewed by Variety, the filmmaker then confided on his objective through this extraordinary story. The goal ? Denounce the importance of money in our society.

“I wanted to write an allegory or a fable about modern capitalist society. Something that shows extreme competition, much like the cutthroat competition of life. But I wanted to use the kind of character that we all meet in real life. “

One thing is certain is that Squid Game will not have failed to cause a sensation among fans of the 7th art. So much so that more than two months after its release, there are still many theories to accumulate on the Web. MCE TV tells you more!

Squid Game: This clue proves that In-ho is not a real villain!

In-ho is not a real villain

The latest hypothesis is simple. The character of In-ho in Squid Game wouldn’t be a real villain. And to prove it, Internet users have done research. Moreover, it would seem thata clue definitely puts an end to prejudices.

As a reminder, in the series, Hwang Jun-ho is looking for his brother. The policeman therefore does not hesitate to infiltrate the game in order to conduct the investigation.

Luckily, he ends up finding it. Corn he is none other than a master of the event. He is indeed the one who directs the tests and gives orders to all the circles, squares and other triangles.

A terrible discovery that will not fail to gain unanimity among viewers. Still, a clue seems to show that the young man is not that bad.

In episode 5 of Squid Game, Jun-ho sneaks into his brother’s office (without knowing that it is the latter). While looking for information, he then walks past an Apple computer.

A brand that gives a strong indication of the ambitions of the “bad guy”. Indeed, the director of Knives Out revealed some time ago thatApple did not allow villains to use their products. To be continued…