Squid Game: What Did It Teach Us About Personal Finance?

Squid Game: What Did It Teach Us About Personal Finance?

The series leaves us a couple of lessons about the importance of taking care of our finances, the anxiety that economic problems can generate and the chain of unfortunate decisions we can fall into. Keep reading to find out all the details. Read on!

The series leaves us a couple of lessons about the importance of taking care of our finances, the anxiety that economic problems can generate and the chain of unfortunate decisions we can fall into. Keep reading to find out all the details. Read on!

The Squid Game is a South Korean series that has been talking about in recent days. Although it was released just last September 17 through Netflix, it has already positioned itself as one of the favorites of the public due to its disturbing plot.

The story directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk and thought for more than 13 years is about the lives of 476 people who, drowned in debts and desperate for not being able to pay them, agree to participate - and try to survive - in six children's games, where the winner you will get a very large sum of money.

The Squid Game is a South Korean series that has been talking about in recent days.

Beyond the drama, suspense and uncensored violence, this installment provides us with some messages about the importance of taking care of our finances, the anxiety that economic problems can generate and the chain of unfortunate decisions we can fall into.

Beyond the drama, suspense and uncensored violence, this installment provides us with some messages about the importance of taking care of our finances

Although The Squid Game presents a fiction that abuses the vulnerability of people who have been overcome by their financial problems, it is an opportunity to reflect on how to prevent or mitigate the impact of a crisis situation.

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