Netflix has announced that the Korean version of the Spanish crime drama will soon be able to relive the magic of Money Heist, with the fifth season-ending. Consumption for K-drama has increased dramatically over the past decade. Netflix has made a significant effort to acquire some of the best and most recent K-dramas available. Wanna know more about K-Drama Adaptation you can take a glimpse of its release date, and spoiler with www.tvacute.com below.
K-Drama Money Heist Release Date
The Korean adaptation of Money Heist (Korean: 종이의 집; RR: Jongieui Jib), will launch globally as Netflix. K-drama Money Heist will cover a total of 12 episodes in its initial season. Each episode will be of 60 minutes.
The Korean adaptation of La Casa de Papel is set on the Korean peninsula, and the shows’ creators will breathe new life into the familiar storyline and bring the material afresh to global audiences with 12 episodes. The Original Series centres around members of the gang recruited by the Professor, hostages, and Task Force Team tackling the heist.
Who are the cast members of ‘Money Heist’?
In a recent press release, Netflix has confirmed all of the lead and supporting cast members of Money Heist:
K-Drama Adaptation of Money Heist Cast: The Gang
The Professor – Yoo Ji-Tae
Berlin – Park Hae-Soo
Tokyo – Jun Jong-Seo
Moscow – Lee Won Jong
Denver – Kim Ji-Hun
Nairobi – Jang Yoon-Ju
Rio – Park Jung-Woo
Helsinki – Kim Ji-Hun
Oslo – Lee Kyu-Ho
K-Drama Adaptation of Money Heist Cast: The Task Force
Seon Woojin – Kim Yunjin
Cha Moohyuk – Kim Sung-O
K-Drama Adaptation of Money Heist Cast: The Hostages
Cho Youngmin – Park Myung-Hoon
Yoon Misun – Lee Joobeen
Kim Hong-sun, who has worked in K-dramas such as The Voice and The Guest, will direct the series. Ryu Yong-jae, screenwriter for the Netflix Original series My Hollow Love, will next produce the screenplay for the adaptation. The series will be produced in partnership by BH Entertainment and Content Zeum.