Kang Sae-byeok - The Most Favorite Female Character in 'Squid Game"

One of the most prominent characters in ‘Squid Game’ is Kang Sae Byeok, player number 67 played by actress Jung Ho Yeon.

In the 'Squid Game', 456 people who are in financial trouble are gathered in a remote arena to compete in a game that risks their lives.

Players who successfully pass all six games in the event will receive tens of billions of won in prize money.

Since its release, the series 'Squid Game' has become the first Korean drama to rank 1st out of the top 10 Netflix shows in the United States.

In this series, Jung Ho Yeon plays Kang Sae Byeok, a woman from North Korea who tries to support her younger brother and hires a broker to bring back her family who was left behind on the other side.

Why is Kang Sae-byeok popular with Squid Game viewers, here are the reasons:

1. Dexterous and Resourceful

Kang Sae-byeok with everything she wants can be very agile and intelligent. This was first seen by how she could steal money from Seong Gi-hoon (Lee Jung-jae) without getting caught.

The character also appears when Kang Sae-byeok dares to break into the game building's air ducts to find out the activities of the lethal game officers in the series.

2. Big Guts

Since the beginning, Kang Sae-byeok always intersects with the character Jang Deok-soo (Heo Jung-tae), who is a thug and the most feared figure in the playground.

Other participants, including the men bow down to Jang Deok-soo who is a thug. However, several times dealing did not make Kang Sae-byeok afraid.

She even threatens Deok-soo while playing in the "Red Light, Green Light" game. She is even shown fighting and can dominate the men around her.

3. Not Easy to Play

It's still about Kang Sae-byeok's allusion to Jang Deok-soo. The woman who is referred to as a 'pickpocket' is one of the participants who is not easily fooled.

Deok-soo who is full of deceit can make many participants obey her and be taken advantage of. However, Sae-byeok exposes Deok-soo's machinations in front of the other participants.

"Revolutionary bastard" is what Sae-byeok calls the antagonist, Jang Deok-soo.

Kang Sae-byeok's independence was also shown when he was confronted with the 'crazy' behavior of the character Han Mi-nyeo (Kim Joo-ryung) in the women's restroom.

4. Realistic

Even though she is described as an independent figure, Sae-byeok remains realistic in her goal of winning a deadly game in Squid Game.

This was seen when Ji-young (Lee Yoo-mi) asked her to play marbles. Sae-byeok sees herself and Ji-young as having the same position and needs as women.

This moment marked the beginning of the warm yet tragic women-to-woman relationship between Kang Sae-byeok and Ji-young. Both had talked about the happiness of life, before finally separating.

5. Willing to Sacrifice

Kang Sae-byeok's presence in the Squid Game with big prizes is a form of sacrifice for his family.

She is determined to create a decent and happy life for his sister and mother. One of his goals if he wins in this deadly game is to buy a house for his younger brother.

Sae-byeok is told as a woman who intends to free her mother from North Korea, and takes out her younger sister who has to live alone in an orphanage.

Video : Sae-byeok, Best Girl | Squid Game | Netflix

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