(Forward to clarify gender of business owner)
By Minwoo Park and Sangmi Cha
SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters) – The owner of a South Korean pet cooking studio has launched a baking class where fans of the Netflix TV series “Squid Game” can share the Halloween fun with your dogs making cookies for them.
The wheat-free dog treats are shaped like dalgon, the sugar candies popularized by the series, as well as the guards in red jumpsuits and black masks featured in the nine-part thriller, store owner Lee Jin said. sun, who has a one-year-old Maltese poodle named Geumdong.
“We can’t go to Halloween parties these days (due to COVID-19). So after watching ‘The Squid Game’, it occurred to me to bake these cookies that my dog loves,” she said of the treats. , in which it uses rice and ground coconut instead of wheat, as well as beets and carob as colorants.
The seats for Lee’s face-to-face and individual classes are already full for October.
“It’s like a canine version of ‘The Squid Game.’ Geumdong, who was wearing a dog costume themed for the show’s green divers.
“The Squid Game,” which premiered on September 17, became the most-watched Netflix original series in its first month, helping the world’s leading streaming service add 4.38 million new subscribers.
(Report by Sangmi Cha; edited in Spanish by Benjamín Mejías Valencia)