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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Lim Chang-joo makes a dalgona, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which he and his wife Jung Jung-soon were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Lim Chang-joo stamps an umbrella shape onto a dalgona, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which he and his wife Jung Jung-soon were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendors Jung Jung-soon (L) and her husband Lim Chang-joo (R) make dalgonas, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which they were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Lim Chang-joo passes a dalgona for wrapping, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which he and his Jung Jung-soon were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Jung Jung-soon makes a dalgona, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which she and her husband Lim Chang-joo were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, customers wait in line as street vendor Jung Jung-soon (C) and her husband Lim Chang-joo (L) sell freshly made dalgonas, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which they were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, wrapped dalgonas, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, are seen at the street stall of Lim Chang-joo and his wife Jung Jung-soon, for which they were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, customers wait in line as street vendor Lim Chang-joo (back L) and his wife Jung Jung-soon (front L) sell dalgonas, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which they were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Lim Chang-joo stamps a star shape onto a dalgona, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which he and his wife Jung Jung-soon were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Lim Chang-joo (L) makes a dalgona, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which he and his wife Jung Jung-soon were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, customers wait in line as street vendor Jung Jung-soon (front C) and her husband Lim Chang-joo (L) sell freshly made dalgonas, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which they were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE

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In this picture taken in Seoul on October 10, 2021, street vendor Jung Jung-soon (L) checks an order as her husband Lim Chang-joo (R) makes dalgonas, a crisp sugar candy featured in the Netflix smash hit series Squid Game, for which they were hired to be on set to make during production. - Simple, sweet, and fictionally fatal: the stallholder who makes the traditional South Korean children's treat featured in global cultural phenomenon Squid Game -- and once associated with post-war poverty -- has hit a real-life jackpot. (Photo by Yelim LEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH SKorea-US-entertainment-food-SquidGame,FOCUS by Claire LEE and Yelim LEE