The Squid Game mania won’t be over anytime soon. This month, KDramapharma reported on the Squid Game Doll, whose name we now know is Younghee, having an alarm clock prototype. The 13-foot doll is on display in 88 Jandi Madang of the Olympic Park in southern Seoul, as reported by Korea JoongAng Daily.
This time, there is nothing to fear; the doll won’t animate itself and start shooting viewers as it did in Squid Game episode 1. Younghee is based on Korean textbooks, and the doll used in the series, and now in the exhibit, came from a real horse carriage village and museum that you will find in Chungcheongbok-do, South Korea.
The famous “Red Light, Green Light,” game wherein contestants need to pause or die when the doll finishes the phrase, “mugunghwa kkochi piotsseumnida.” The phrase translates to “the Rose of Sharon has bloomed.” Rose of Sharon is the National flower of South Korea.
The doll continues to garner attention, and people become creative in showing their adoration.