As you know, even the deaf sultan has heard of Netflix’s South Korean hit series Squid Game . The series has become so popular since the day it was broadcast that there is no one watching the series from 7 to 70 all over the world. When we say from 7 to 70, it is not just a word; really.
Squid Game, which contains extremely violent scenes due to its subject, is actually forbidden to be watched by children under a certain age ; However, despite the warnings made by the authorities to parents and the ‘+18’ warning on Netflix’s site, unfortunately, young children cannot be prevented from watching the series. Some teachers, who were in England before, stated that their students were playing games by imitating the Squid Game and stated that they were uncomfortable with this situation. The post made by a librarian on Twitter today proves that this discomfort is not in vain.
It rained support for the sharing
Noting that a 9-year-old boy came to the library where he worked, the officer noticed that the boy was drawing and looked at what he had drawn. and he was almost ‘shocked’ by what he saw. The little boy, who depicted the characters in the series in pink costumes shooting with a gun, told the officer that he had watched all the episodes of Squid Game.
When the officer shared the incident with the child’s drawing on social media, reactions were not delayed. Most users agreed:
In addition to the supporters, there were also those who argued that this is an ‘unnecessary’ sensation:
Apart from those who support sharing, the main problem is not to prevent children from watching the series, but to take part in Squid Game or anything else. There were also those who argued that it is not to teach children that violent scenes are wrong, that such things happen in every period and that this is not a special case of Squid Game:
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