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New mural dedicated to hit Netflix show Squid Game appears in Manchester

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There's another new piece of street art in town, this time dedicated to the global phenomenon that is Squid Game. The smash-hit Netflix series recently became the most popular series launch on the streaming platform of all time, knocking Bridgerton off the top spot.

111 million users watched the Korean drama in its first 28 days - and now it's been immortalised in a mural in Manchester. Read more: Customer's outrage over £37,000 bill at Salt Bae's London steak restaurant The art piece comes from renowned street artist Akse-P19, famed for his hyper-realistic murals.

He has painted it on Copperas Street in the Northern Quarter over the last two days. The mural has covered over what was previously his tribute to Stranger Things' lead

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