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Global Netflix hit Squid Game sparks craze in S’pore

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SINGAPORE – In one night, Ms Erma Othman, a mother of three, lapped up all nine episodes of Squid Game, the new South Korean survival thriller that is currently the number one series worldwide on Netflix.

The 32-year-old early childhood educator, started her binge after her children, aged one to five, went to bed at 9pm. Each episode runs for close to an hour.

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