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Jung Ho-yeon, the 27-year-old Korean fashion-model-turned-actress of ‘Squid Game’, talked to NBC News Asian America about the success of the hit Netflix show. She revealed how she feels about all the attention she’s received, what it was like to work with her co-stars, and the challenges of playing her character, Sae-byeok.