The Trailer for ‘Money Heist: Korea‘ Sets the Stage for the Ultimate Revolutionary Crime Series. The ultimate heist will appear on Netflix in June.
Money Heist, the Netflix sensation, ended in 2021, but that doesn’t mean the story is finished. Following the show’s positive reaction, the streaming service stated that a spin-off series based on Berlin (Pedro Alonso) will be released in 2022, as well as a Korean adaptation of the Spanish smash. With the introduction of Squid Game, a series that surpassed Money Heist’s record for the most-viewed non-English shows on Netflix, interest in Korean dramas grew even further. The remake is an opportunity to warm the hearts of those who yearn for more of the intricate bank heist story, as well as to attract new audiences to original Korean productions. Here’s all tvacute.com already knows about this highly anticipated upcoming release, from the superb cast to the trailer.
The first season of Lex Pina’s Money Heist lasted five seasons. Two different complicated heists were shown in the series, one at the Royal Mint of Spain and the other at the Bank of Spain. The show went on to win the 46th International Emmy Awards in the category of “Best Drama Series.” Pina will serve as executive producer for the upcoming series, and she will return to the franchise.
Money Heist: Korea Vol 1 Release Date
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Part 1 will be released on Netflix on June 24.
When and where is “Money Heist Korea” available online?
It will be available for viewing on June 24, 2022, to start things off. It will release according to the usual schedule, which is at 12:00 AM PT/3:00 AM ET/12:30 PM IST. Additionally, because the show is a Netflix original, all of its episodes are available on the streaming service.
Money Heist: Korea Trailer
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, the Korean translation of Netflix’s highly famous Spanish series Money Heist (La Casa de Papel), has now gotten a trailer depicting glimpses of the very big heist the series will be aiming to pull off.
The bright professor, played this time by Yoo Ji-tae rather than Lvaro Morte, devises the strategy in Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area. During the country’s unification, the Professor approaches Tokyo (Jeon Jong-seo), who is dealing with the harsh realities of capitalism and tempts her to join his scheme to steal 4 trillion Won from the Korea Unified Mint. To carry out this scheme, the Professor assembles a team of top-notch criminals who cover their identities under Hahoe masks, which are traditional Korean masks dating back centuries, rather than the Salvador Dal masks from the original series. The Professor’s goal with the robbery is to undo the inequity produced in this capitalist society; however, as the trailer indicates, not everything goes according to plan. While on-site, the crew’s leader, Berlin, divides the prisoners into two groups based on their country, North or South, raising tensions even further. Watch the trailer below.
Money Heist: Korea (Joint Economic Area) will have how many episodes?
The first season will consist of 12 episodes, each lasting approximately one hour. This is comparable to the number of episodes in the first two seasons of the Spanish series before Netflix decided to continue it for the next three seasons. The season will be split into two parts, each with six episodes.
Who Is in the Money Heist: Korea Cast?
As shown in the trailers, there is a large cast of well-known actors involved in this project. The following is a list of the gang members:
• The Professor (Yoo Ji-Tae)
• Berlin (Park Hae-Soo)
• Denver (Kim Ji-Hun)
• Helsinki (Kim Ji-Hun)
• Moscow (Lee Won Jong)
• Nairobi (Jang Yoon-Ju)
• Oslo (Lee Kyu-Ho)
• Rio (Park Jung-Woo)
• Tokyo (Jun Jong-Seo)
Seon Woo-jin (Kim Yun-jin)
Cha Moo-hyuk (Kim Sung-oh)
Despite the fact that the thieves in the heist have the same names as in the Spanish version, actress Jun Jong-Seo stated in an interview with Dazed Korea that the characters will have separate characteristics.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, directed by Kim Hong-sun and written by Ryu Yong-jae, Kim Hwan-chae, and Choe Sung-jun, was first announced in 2020. BH Entertainment and Zium Content are the producers of the show. While you wait for Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area to debut on Netflix, you may watch all five seasons of Money Heist.