Taiwanese TV host Jacky Wu and Hong Kong celebrities parody doll scene from Squid Game, Entertainment News & Top Stories
TAIPEI / HONG KONG – K-drama Squid Game has become so popular that many internet users and even celebrities are parodying the series.
Taiwanese TV host Jacky Wu uploaded a video on Friday October 1 that spoofs an iconic scene from the show, involving a creepy large mechanical doll spinning its head 360 degrees.
In the five-second video, Wu, 59, who was seen with her back to the camera, wore twin braids on opposite sides of her head and a dress similar to that worn by the doll.
The four-time Golden Bell winner then turned to the camera and gave a creepy smile, with his cheeks a rosy red.
Wu’s video drew comments from his fans, with some saying the ghost month is over, while others joked that they would have died laughing instead of dying some other way, as in the scene.
Even her daughter, TV host, Sandy Wu couldn’t help but share the video on her Facebook account, as she wrote, “Look at my dad. I can’t stop laughing.”
Meanwhile, two celebrities from Hong Kong who would look like the characters in the TV series have also decided to join in the fun.
Several Hong Kong netizens said that teenage singer Gigi Yim looked like an actual version of the doll, while others noted that Hong Kong actor Shaun Tam looked like South Korean actor Lee Jung-jae. , who plays the main character Seong Gi-hun (Player 456).
When they met at TVB City in Hong Kong, Yim and Tam re-enacted the doll scene and posted photos of their efforts to their social media accounts on Thursday.
Tam, 41, wrote: “Hey stop, I mean … your new song is good”, while Yim, 16, said: “My head really can’t turn 360 degrees”.
Tam, son of veteran actor Ti Lung, recently starred in The Forgotten Day and Take Two TV series this year, while Yim is the winner of the Stars Academy reality show this year.