Here is another korean series where people get put into death games. Not a lot of supernatural stuff here, but some things are a bit unrealistic. It is a generally good watch with some interesting twists. It tries to say something about humanity in the end, but it makes a much better statement on human nature over all. The ideas is that there are people all over South Korea who are criminals or massively in debt and they have signed their lives away because of how in debt they are. They basically meet some guy who gives them a card with an opportunity to play these games for lots of money. They line up a bunch of characters with different motives who are really desperate for cash. The people who run the game kidnap all these people, and then make them play really simple childhood games, and if you lose you die. They also allow the players to kill each other, and each time a player dies the jackpot is increased. This one adds a bunch of things that makes it even more interesting. One of the rules is the players in the game can call off the games with a majority of votes. At a couple of points the games could be called off it all the players decide they want to go home. No one gets the prize money. There are a bunch of interesting sub plots, and they do explain things like why this obviously extremely wealthy group of people is doing this. It is batman type fantasy where rich people can operate above the law. It is a good watch with a few sad moments and you can get into the characters and the twists and turns come. The thing I really liked is a lot of the characters that you care for, because they have good parts and desires, are also not great people. They have been shitty on occasion and they are there for a reason. You feel sorry for some people, and sad for some people, but they put themselves here by their own selfish acts. It blunts the brutality.