Lately, netizens are being amazed by the presence of Korean Drama Squid Game. The Korean drama series with survival-thriller genre, an original Netflix production, has managed to rank as the number one most popular show in US. The drama, which tells about the game of survival, received a positive response from the audience. Did you know that Squid Game also provides some financial lessons in it. Check out the following reviews!
Can’t Manage Finances May Suffer Your Life
Squid game tells the story of 456 people who take part in a children’s game competition but with their lives at stake. The majority of the players are in debt. Then they were given the opportunity to play to win 45.6 billion won.
Well, that’s why it’s very important to be able to manage finances. Especially before applying for debt, it’s good to think about how to pay it and how much the principal plus interest must be returned.
Gambling Is A Crazy Decision
The main character Seong Gi-hun is a gambling addict. He used his mother’s money to gamble on horse races in the hope of getting doubled. Unfortunately, he often loses because he hopes in something that is not certain. Many use the same method when making investments. Most do not know how the mechanism and only the origin of investment only.
Don’t Put Eggs In One Basket
The sentence came from the character Cho Sang-woo. This is the same as the investment context, don’t put all your money in the same investment product. So, diversify or divide into several products or investment instruments to minimize risk.
Don’t be Greedy!
Sang-woo’s character is Gi-hun’s childhood friend who is known as the smartest and most successful child in his village. Unfortunately, while working, he becomes someone who is greedy. He embezzled company money for investment. However, the investment was actually a loss and ended up being in debt which nominal amount was extraordinarily large.