Hwang Donghyuk (Squid Game creator) compares the safety protocols on set in Korea to those in America… after tragic fatal shootings in Rust.

Hwang Donghyuk, creator of Squid Game opened up about the safety issues between Korea and the U.S. in light of Halyna Hutchins’s death on set.

‘We of course have a prop master, but also in Korea, we’re not really a gun-owning country, so only the police can have and own a gun,’ Hwang, 50, told Variety Monday while at the LACMA’s Art + Film Gala.

Hwang added: “Because bullets cannot be as easily distributed as they were here, so there’s very little chance that any safety concerns will occur on set.”

The latest: Squid Game creator Hwang Dong-hyuk, 50, opened up on the on-set safety differences between the U.S. and Korea in the wake of last month's fatal shooting on the New Mexico set of the movie Rust. He was snapped in LA earlier this week

Hwang Donghyuk (50), creator of Squid Game, spoke out about the safety issues on set between Korea and the U.S. following last month’s shooting death on Rust’s New Mexico location. He was captured in LA earlier this weeks

Hwang said that he’s never seen a bullet in real life and that the only thing he’s seen is them in movies.

Park Hae-soo, an actor in Squid Game said that he felt so sad over the tragedy and that he would like to share his condolences.

Los Angeles Superior Court filed a negligence case against Baldwin on Wednesday. It also included more than twelve others from Serge Svetnoy (Rust head lighting) in connection to the October 21st incident. 

Also named in the lawsuit included assistant director David Halls, who handed Baldwin the weapon; and armorer Hannah Gutierrez Reed, according to the AP.

Hwang said 'there's a very low, low possibility of any safety issues happening on set' in Korea due to different gun laws

Hwang stated that there is a low chance of safety problems occurring on-set in Korea because the country has different gun laws 

On Wednesday, a negligence suit was filed against Baldwin and more than a dozen others by Rust head of lighting Serge Svetnoy in connection with the October 21 incident in Santa Fe, New Mexico

A negligence lawsuit was filed Wednesday against Baldwin, plus more than 12 others, by Serge Svetnoy, Rust head for lighting, in connection to the incident of October 21 in Santa Fe (New Mexico).

Gary A. Dordick was Svetnoy’s attorney and stated at a news conference, that no producer had ever been allowed to have live rounds on the set.

According to court documents, Svetnoy stated that he experienced’severe emotion distress’ following being almost hit by the bullies that nearly killed Hutchins.

Svetnoy claimed that his legal team described a’surprising and terrifying howl of pressurized air’ coming from his right and that Svetnoy felt gunpowder, and other residue materials striking his right cheeks.

Court documents show that Svetnoy stated in court papers that he warned the responsible parties about seeing guns unattended at the sets.

At a press conference, Svetnoy said that Hutchins was a friend and they’d worked on eight other projects together.

Baldwin (63) spoke to photographers in Manchester, Vermont, last month. The clip was posted by TMZ. Baldwin called the shoot a one-in-a trillion event’.

Baldwin is also Rust’s producer. He said that they were a well-oiled team filming a movie together, and then the terrible event occurred.