What If There Was a Filipino Version of “Squid Game”?

We’ve done a “Filipino version” of Money Heist before, and since Squid Game has been making the rounds on social media lately, we thought, “What if there was a Filipino version of Squid Game this time? Currently one of the most-watched shows on Netflix and with a rating of 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, Squid Game revolves around people deep in debt who have been chosen to play famous Korean kids’ games with deadly consequences. We’re sure you’ve seen it by now, so without further ado, here is our Filipino version of the cast:

Slater Young as Seong Gi-hun

Slater Young Seong Gi hun Squid Game Filipino Version

Hayden Kho as Cho Sang-woo

Hayden Kho Cho Sang woo Squid Game Filipino Version

Nadine Lustre as Kang Sae-byeok

Nadine Lustre Kang Sae byeok

Coco Martin as Hwang Jun-ho

Coco Martin Hwang Jun ho Squid Game Filipino Version

Mon Confiado as Jang Deok-su

Mon Confiado Jang Deok su Squid Game Filipino Version

Carlo Aquino as Abdul Ali

Carlo Aquino Abdul Ali Squid Game Filipino Version

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AJ Raval as Han Mi-nyeo

AJ Raval Han Mi nyeo Squid Game Filipino Version

Maris Racal as Ji-yeong

Maris Racal Ji yeong Squid Game Filipino Version

Jericho Rosales at The Front Man

Jericho Rosales Front Man Squid Game Filipino Version

Piolo Pascual as The Recruiter

Piolo Pascual Recruiter Gong Yoo Squid Game Filipino Version

The Mascot of Julie’s Bakeshop as the Red Light, Green Light Doll

Julies Bakeshop Red Light Green Light Doll Filipino Version

Juan Ponce Enrile as Oh Il-nam

Juan Ponce Enrile Oh Il nam Squid Game Filipino Version

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