31 Squid Game Moments Vs Behind The Scenes Photos

The Red Light, Green Light Set is massive and so cool.

Caution: There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead Squid Games!


First, here it is Jung Ho-yeon Indoors during the film filming as Sae-byeok and Deok-su fight in episode 1.


This is an aerial reconnaissance at the moment when all the players have entered the arena for Red Light, Green Light.


Here’s what players actually saw when the Red Light, Green Light game started.


And here’s where the camera was positioned as it followed all the players trying to escape after realizing they were shot when they even moved an inch.


Lee Jung-jae tries to stay calm while filming the scene when Gi-hun decides to stop and run.


Heo Sung-tae and Jung Ho-yeon film the moment when Sae-byeok Deok-su grabs Red Light, Green Light.


Here’s what it looks like during you Squid Games Goss filmed the moment some of the players were about to arrive.


Park Hae-soo is hard at work during the Dalgona challenge.


And here, Lee Jung-jae shoots the moment Gi-hun realizes he should lick the Dalgona.


If you’re wondering what it looks like when all the games went into this room before Tug-of-War play, here it goes.


And this is what Lee Yoo-mi saw while Ji-yeong was sitting all alone on the stairs.


This is how the Tug-of-War set was put together. Even though it looked like it was super high off the ground, it was actually just on a small platform.


Here’s a look at some of the actors hanging on to the rope after they fell off the platform.


Lee Jung-jae and the rest of the cast gave it their all while filming the war moments.


Like, look how intense they all look as they try to win this game.


Here, Sae-Byeok and Ji-Yeon return to safety in episode 5 after winning the Tug-of-War game.


Here’s the awesome alley set that was built for it Episode 6, aka the saddest episode of the season.


Anupam Tripathi looks absolutely heartbreaking when shooting the scene when Ali realizes that his bag is filled with rocks, not marble.


Here’s an overview of the scene where Sang-woo delivers his (stolen) bag of won marble and moves on to the next round.


Jung Ho-yeon and Lee Yoo-mi concentrate super hard while getting ready to film a Sae-byeok and Ji-yeong moment.


Here, Park Hae-soo, Lee Jung-jae, and Jung Ho-yeon all film their smiles out of the way during episode 7.


This is how it actually looked like filming the moment a player fell through the glass floor in episode 7.


And here’s how high above the ground the glass bridge actually was.


A look behind the scenes at the moment just before Sang-woo pushes the player to his death.


Here, Jung Ho-yeon takes a break during the end of episode 7. You can even see the belt she wore while filming.


This is how it actually looked at the moment when all the glass exploded.


Here’s Jung Ho-yeon filming a Sae-byeok close-up in episode 8.


Lee Jung-jae and Park Hae-soo look pretty bad while going to the arena for the last game.


Here, Lee Jung-jae makes his best leap while playing Squid Game.


Park Hae-soo rips Sang-woo’s jacket during his last fight with Gi-hun.


And finally, here is Lee Jung-jae, who films the moment when Gi-hun realizes that Sang-woo is injured and he tries to stop the game.

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