While Korean survival drama series Squid Game continues to make waves on streaming platforms, a Filipino actor is also creating buzz on social media for being part of the show's cast.
Meet Chris Lagahit aka Chris Chan, a Filipino actor and English teacher living in South Korea. Chris is part of the four hundred fifty-six game players of Squid Game, where they are all competing in a battle based from children's games with dangerous twists to win ₩ 45.6 billion or (US$38.5 million).
While fans are still crossing fingers for a second season, for the meantime, check out Chris's exciting experience on the set of Squid Game.
Chris Lagahit is a 35-year-old Pinoy living and working in South Korea.
Chris has been using the screen name Chris Chan and has appeared in movies 'Space Sweeper' and 'The Negotiation,' as well as in a number of series including 'Crash Landing On You,' 'The King: Eternal Monarch,' 'Itaewon Class,' 'Jealousy Incarnate,' 'Her Private Life,' and 'My ID Is Gangnam Beauty.'
He is part of the action-filled 'Squid Game,' where he plays the role of Player 276.
Chris described GOT7's Park Jinyoung as "one of the nicest people" he has worked with.
He was also part of 'Where Stars Land,' which also featured Filipino stars Lauren Young and EJ Falcon.
"Pinoy Explorer in Korea! I'm passionate about traveling and exploring new places, food and activities here in Korea. I like sharing and promoting Korea not just to my home country which is the Philippines but to the world too. My main goal is for everyone to see the beauty and wonders of South Korea and how beautiful, safe and convenient it is to travel here."