8 mistakes you did not notice in 'Squid Game'
Even Netflix's most-watched movie has its flaws. Eagle's fans have discovered them and shared them with others. They also documented them with photos.
The numbers of the players became a mess
There were 456 participants at the beginning of the game and each was assigned a number, depending on when they agreed to join the game. The numbers of the main characters were consistent throughout the film, but it seems that the production did not pay as much attention to the details of the secondary players. The player with the number 061 was a woman, but not the elimination table the number belonged to a man.
One of the participants in the game was more than 100 years old
Participant 017 had an advantage during the 5th game. He said he distinguished durable glass from those that would break. He said he had worked in a glass factory. When the game manager opened his file, it was written that he was born in 1897. So he must have been 124 years old. But Netflix caught the error a few days later and corrected it.
The shape of the tent on the wall varied in different scenes
The protagonist pretended to be eating, without putting the spoon in his mouth, in one of the scenes
There were errors in translating Netflix from Korean to English, as in the photo scene.
The protagonist's phone in the same scene is sometimes Samsung S7 and sometimes Samsung S3.
Jun-Ho's phone never ran out of battery
They used a real phone number
After the commotion of the film, a woman holding that number was endlessly disturbed by the phone call. Netflix finally changed the number.
The latter was not in fact a mistake, but very few may have noticed. The games to be played were all drawn on the bedroom wall. None of the players noticed.