That squid game is a fashion, nobody denies at this point. That his success in Netflix has gone beyond the imaginable a little over a month ago, either.
The silent arrival of the Korean Royale Battle Theme series to the Netflix catalog in mid-September saw the birth of a phenomenon in a matter of days.
We are seeing the influence of the Squid game on social networks daily, but the cultural impact is going far beyond.
From people asking the police for the symbols suspiciously similar to those of the series in United Kingdom traffic signs to the headache that assumes that some children are watching the series.
The squid game has crossed a new border by breaking into the funeral sector through the coffins that are seen in the series, those blacks with a gift package with a pink bow.
According to Seville s daily, the timber players have reached the XVI edition of FUNEROSTRA , the Funeral Products and Funeral Services Fair of Valencia .
While it is true that it is not the rarest coffins that are in the exhibition (for example, there is a replica of the Sarcophagus of TutankaMon), it is striking how little they have slowed to appear the coffins in the sector.
In the series, when players are eliminated , either in one of the games or in another type of circumstance, the guards appear to pick up the deceased with one of these coffins.
Taking into account the popular that became the bearers of coffins from Ghana in 2020 , it is clear that there is a certain trend by a part of the funeral sector to diversify in its services.
Would you ask you to be buried in a coffin like those of the squid game (or another of theme related to pop culture)?