Squid Game Episode 6 "Gganbu" Reaction & Review!! – FIRST TIME WATCHING

This is our reaction to Squid Game Episode 6 “Gganbu”. Players pair off for the fourth game. Gi-hun grapples with a moral dilemma, Sang-woo chooses self-preservation and Sae-byeok shares her untold story.

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22:19 Episode Review

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48 thoughts on “Squid Game Episode 6 "Gganbu" Reaction & Review!! – FIRST TIME WATCHING”

  1. Out of any reaction channels, quite possibly the most observant and insightful folks I’ve seen thus far. Love the commentary! Green shirt guy was spot on so many times for this episode

  2. Among different reaction vids on YT, I've seen some different subtitles for this show (in English). I saw someone's reaction video where the one guy's exclamation was translated to "You assholes!" rather than "You bastards!"

  3. Ji-Young was so thoughtful and considerate that at the very end she did everything in her power to take the load off Sae-Byeok's shoulders telling her "thank you", that it wasn't her fault. The same with the Oh-Il-Nam the old man. Also, "Sae-Byeok" in Korean means "dawn".
    In Korean "hyung" means "older brother" and is very informal/loving in a language and culture where formalities/etiquette mean everything, you'd only ever call someone "hyung" if you're blood, or very close and only if they permit you to do so. Until the very end, Ali was calling Sang-Wu "hyung" because he genuinely trusted and cared for him.

  4. As someone who was unemployed for two years, I both love and hate how much I can relate to this show. I've always tried to put others before myself, but like Gi-hun and Sang-woo I've unfortunately done some very selfish things out of desperation.

  5. This ep solidifies my belief that Player #1 is in on the game, in a very big way. Player #1 now even more sus, there's no way he was killed.
    I bet that if #456 had not lied/changed his guess and instead just accepted the loss, Player #1 would have rewarded him for his honesty, probably just finding some reason or other to lose/forfeit the rest of his marbles to #456, and the outcome of a false death would have been the same. No matter what the outcome, this was Player #1's planned exit from the game and we'll eventually see the old "man behind the curtain" again.

  6. 생사의 갈림길에서 상대를 이겨야 하는 와중에 인간 내면의 밑바닥까지 들어난 엄청난 명장면들이지요. 두분의 감상하시는 모습 아름답고 멋져요. 잘 봤습니다. 감사합니다.

  7. That's how dementia works. It has ups and downs. People often feel clear and then confused quite erratically. I guess it felt suspicious to you if you don't know that, but it is pretty accurate to real life to forget recent events and still remember much older events.

    My grandmother had it and had moments very similar. So it didn't raise any suspicion to me when I saw this.

  8. Do all you guys know what exactly 'Gganbu' means??? It's '깐부' in Korean and it may come from Japanese 'かんぶ (Kanbu)' that originally means executive or manager but in Korean it changed to be meaning as ally or partner in their childhood games and plays… And you'd better understand that the old man uses that Japanese affected language of 'Gganbu' for a bit different meaning though. Because his age, and generation had their childhood under Japanese invasion era until early 1940s

  9. Not gonna lie. I cried through most of this episode when I first saw it. They very moment they announced it was going to be teams of two I figured: "Those bastards will make the teams compete against each other. NOT other teams.."

  10. Jiyeong's death is sad because she's basically a child. Raised in an abusive household, killed her abusive father, jailed, and immediately got there. While others got to that place because of piling debts, she was there simply because she had no where to go

  11. I do not know if this is intentional or a coincidence but Ali’s number 199, is the number of a Hadith which talks about betrayal:
    “The signs of a hypocrite are three:
    when he speaks he lies;
    when he gives a promise he breaks it;
    when he is trusted he is treacherous." ~ Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

    (Reference: Riyad as-Salihin » Book 1, Hadith 199)


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