People the world are trying to get hold clothes worn characters in the hugely popular South Korean TV series "Squid Game". In particular, the "Made in Korea" green tracksuits and pink jumpsuits the show are in huge demand as a Halloween costume. Internet stores worldwide have been flooded orders. Garment factories in South Korea are struggling to make enough the clothes to keep with demand. Clothes factory owner Kim Jin-ja Seoul said: "October is usually a slow month the sewing industry, but thanks to Squid Game and Halloween, we are scrambling to sew enough clothes." She added: "We are now sewing 6,000 green tracksuits toddlers and children."
Squid Game is a survival drama series created Hwang Dong-hyuk. It was first broadcast Netflix on September the 17th. It has since become a global hit and is Netflix's most watched series ever. It reached number one 90 countries, including the United States. Netflix estimated that over 142 million people watched Squid Game the 28 days following its release. The series is a contest between 456 players who are a lot of debt. They all play children's games to try to win a $40 million prize to get of debt. However, the simple games could result their death. Squid Game is another example South Korean culture becoming popular the world, following K-pop and K-dramas.