Money Heist: Korea
A knowing smile broke out on Park Hae-soo’s face when I spoke about his role in last year’s global sensation “Squid Game.”
“Everyone hated your character after that one heartbreaking episode,” I told him over Zoom.
‘Money Heist: Korea’ cast on the pressures of becoming the iconic characters — and only within months
Berlin. Tokyo. Moscow. Nairobi. Rio. Denver. Helsinki. Oslo.
What might have looked like a bucket list of travel destinations some years ago is now familiar to many as TV’s most sophisticated thieves from Netflix’s hit Spanish series “La Casa Del Papel,” or “Money Heist.”
- A second teaser trailer for “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” was released by Netflix yesterday.
- The upcoming spinoff of the Spanish crime drama series centers around "the themes of a common currency and a mint built in the Joint Security Area (which divides North and South Korea today)” said the show’s writer Ryu Yong-jae.
Netflix dropped its second teaser trailer for the South Korean remake of “Money Heist,” giving viewers a more in depth look into how the series has been adapted to fit local audiences.
“Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” puts a spin on the original 2017 Spanish heist crime drama series, with prior released images revealing the iconic Dali masks have been swapped for the traditional Korean “Hahoetal” masks.
- Netflix has announced the premiere date for “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” as June 24.
- A new teaser for the South Korean remake of the hit Spanish drama reveals the Korean Hahoetal mask will replace the iconic Dali masks worn by the original series’ characters.
- The original characters will make a return in the adaptation, with “Squid Game” star Park Hae-soo now taking on the role of Berlin.
Netflix has released a new teaser for “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area,” the highly anticipated South Korean remake of the hit Spanish drama. Starring “Squid Game” star Park Hae-soo, the upcoming series will premiere on June 24, the streaming giant revealed on Friday.
The 12-episode series, directed by Kim Hong-sun, sees the return of the show’s original characters, including the Professor (played by Yoo Ji-tae), Berlin (Park Hae-soo), Tokyo (Jun Jong-seo), Moscow (Lee Won-jong), Denver (Kim Ji-hun), Nairobi (Jang Yoon-ju), Rio (Lee Hyun-woo), Helsinki (Kim Ji-hoon) and Oslo (Lee Kyu-ho).