The Korean remake of the hit Spanish Netflix series Money Heist has released a new teaser that ignited the excitement of fans anticipating the upcoming Kdrama.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, was first reported to be in production in June 2020 and was confirmed by Netflix on December 1 with director Kim Hong Sun and scriptwriter Ryu Yong Jae.
The following year, the cast members were revealed, and it will be led by Park Hae Soo, Lee Hyun Woo, Jeon Jong Seo, Kim Ji Hoon, Lee Won Jong, Jang Yoon Joo, Yoo Ji Tae, Kim Ji Hun, and Lee Kyu Ho.
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Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Introduces Main Cast Lineup
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, will follow an unprecedented hostage robbery in which genius strategists and robbers with different personalities, skills, and abilities face extraordinary hindrances throughout the execution of their plan.
An exciting trailer features the members of the gang, spearheaded by Yoo Ji Tae as the Professor. Jeon Jong Seo will star as the fierce Tokyo, Park Hae Soo as the strategist Berlin, and Lee Hyun Woo as the handsome hacker Rio.
Actor Lee Won Jong will also star in the series as Moscow, Kim Ji Hoon as Denver, Jang Yoon Joo as Nairobi, Kim Ji Hun as Helsinki, and Lee Kyu Ho as Oslo.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Features A Grand Robbery With Ambition
The recent trailer for Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area sees an alternate reality wherein North Korea and South Korea have reunited.
In the teaser, only the wealthy have benefited from the reunification, despite the promise that all North Koreans and South Koreans would experience a comfortable and promising life.
The Professor suddenly appears in front of Tokyo, who sees the bitterness of capitalism and devises an ambitious plan to steal 4 trillion won and disappear like the wind.
He starts to gather people with different abilities with his unprecedented idea and form a squad.
Meanwhile, Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area will debut on Netflix on June 24, 2022, and will contain a total of 12 episodes.
Although not confirmed whether it will have an additional season like the original Spanish hit series, it is likely that it will be extended for another, assuming that the first season will be a huge success.
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