Squid Game’s rise to fame has had fans eager for more Netflix Originals. A Korean wave spurred by the show has brought similar K-Dramas and movies to the screens of international subscribers. In this article, Eugene Jang explores the foundations of such originals and the disruptive nature of streaming services on the larger film industry.
Author: Eugene Jang
Eugene is a sophomore studying business and minoring in data science. He comes from South Korea and has his sights set on a professional career in strategy consulting. In his free time, Eugene enjoys playing basketball, video games, and cooking subpar oatmeal. In his first semester with Business Review at Berkeley, he looks forward to learning more about the publications process and writing about topics of personal interest. As a columnist for the community column, he is eager to learn more about the people and culture of Berkeley.