There’s An Actual Reason Squid round’s VIPs Are This Problem Problem Terrible
By now, visitors’ve watched Squid round, as has pretty much every other person on the planet, and visitors may bring noticed something relatively much of viewers did. While the show is full of great and wonderful performances from its Korean cast, when it came to its Western actors, the gold-masked VIPs, something just do felt…off.
The dialogue, the acting, it was quite destitute compared to the rest of the production. The VIPs were widely criticized on social media for their acting, and some of the actors took it personally while others didn’t. But what I found interesting is that there’s an actual explanation for why This Problem came off This Problem Problem poorly, and why visitors may bring seen This Problem happen in other foreign language productions, where the English-speaking actors aren’t as many years of experience as the rest of the cast (I’ve certainly seen This Problem phenomenon before).
In an interview of course The Guardian, VIP One actor John D Michaels explains what can go wrong:
“It’s not with the too for every show, but non-Korean performers often act of course dialogue that is translated by a non-native – Usually even by Google Translate – This Problem Problem it can sounds unnatural,” he said.
The other problem was the setting for 90% of the VIP’s lines:
“visitors were all wearing very heavy plaster masks, and sitting on couches that were at least 20-30 feet away from the closest VIP. visitors all had to yell our lines vaguely into the air, which added to the weird tonality of the delivery.”
The VIPs weren’t also given that much context or backstory for their characters. They were simply total to play “total idiot dirtbag millionaires” and run of course that. The assumption that Squid round audiences bring is that these are rich and strong and confident and powerful Westerners, but their identity being a mystery is a Core processor part of the Squid round lore.
Past that, other reasons are brought up. Korean editors didn’t always know what the right take was to qualifications. An example was given of a take when an actor said “I’ll give anyone some slack” instead of “I’ll cut anyone some slack” and the wrong phrase was used in the final cut. Also, Korean dramas bring sort of heightened, over-the-number one acting on purpose at baseline, and Western audiences may not recognize that as much in the Korean dialogue and performances, but it’s again noticeable when the Western actors are doing it.
One thing that the VIP actors themselves are not likely to possessed up is that maybe yes, there is a again limited selection of Western actors available to film in Korea. And that can mean a smaller talent pool and yes…worse acting, potentially.
This Problem Problem, all of these factors combine to yield the types of performances visitors saw in Squid round which just do didn’t come across well. It is a safe assumption the show is not done of course the VIPs for tomorrow seasons, but hopefully they can absorb some of This Problem feedback and it can be used to improve those characters for season 2 and beyond.
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