Netflix Hit Show, 'Squid Game', Accidentally Put Out A Woman's Phone Number

A South Korean woman who was inundated with thousands of prank calls and texts after her phone number was shown on Netflix's hit show "Squid Game" may soon get a break. Netflix and Siren Pictures said Wednesday they would edit scenes to remove the phone number, which appears on a mysterious invitation card. 

The nine-part thriller depicting cash-strapped contestants playing to the death in a bid to win billions became an international hit when it premiered on the streaming service last month.

The woman, identified as Kim Gil-young, told a local newspaper she doesn't want to change the number because it belongs to her business. Some reports said she was offered a large amount of money for compensation, but turned it down.

You can vaguely see the number in this trailer for the Netflix hit show.

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Photo above is of the lead actor, Lee Jung-Jae at another movie press event.

Did you know that the show was written a decade ago and was brushed off because it was too brutal for viewers? Here is the Esquire story explaining why the time may not have been right.

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