Squid Game’s Emmy success is Korean culture’s latest blow against US cultural hegemony

The success of the Korean show and the broad array of Emmy nominees has been touted as a win for diversity in an often-stale industry. The hope is this opens more doors for non-white actors, diversifies narratives and makes the US more open to other cultures rather than exporting its own.


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