Lee Jung-jae

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Korean actor Lee Jung-jae reached global fame as Seong Gi-hun, or Player 456, in Netflix’s “Squid Game.” He says he’s grateful for so many fans and is eager to shoot season two.

‘Squid Game’ star Lee Jung-jae is ready for season 2

Korean actor Lee Jung-jae reached global fame as Seong Gi-hun, or Player 456, in Netflix’s “Squid Game.” He says he’s grateful for so many fans and is eager to shoot season two.

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