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    On Tuesday, October 12, the Korean Cultural Center in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates will be hosting its “KCC Squid Game Event”—a reenactment of the popular Netflix series. Over 300 hopefuls applied, but just two groups of 15 participants each will be able to compete.

    Some Squid Game viewers found themselves enticed by the idea of the ₩45.6 billion KRW (about $38.1 million USD) cash prize while watching players battle to the death. Others, meanwhile, were convinced that they could succeed at the tasks at hand, from Green Light, Red Light to the dalgona game. Next, those in the latter camp will have a chance to prove themselves in a real-life Squid Game.

    Things that will be seen in the real life game:

    1. Guns will be made of foams, and won't be real. So no deaths.

    2. There will be no prize money. It's just for people to have fun.

    3. Contestants will be wearing the same green tracksuit and sneakers.

    4. Staffs will still wear the red outfit with the masks that has the circle, triangle, and square shapes.

    5. The only game that won't be played is the tug of war.

    The real life squid game is basically all about people learning the Korean culture through these games due to the hype of the successful Korean drama series. 

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