The premiere date for ‘Money Heist Korea,’ the highly anticipated South Korean version of the global blockbuster, has finally been revealed by Netflix.
The makers of the Korean adaptation of the global phenomenon ‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’ teased the mastermind – Professor returning with a plan for the ‘biggest heist yet’ on Friday, as the streaming giant Netflix treated the legions with the release date of ‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’ –
On June 24, 2022, the Korean version of the popular Spanish crime thriller will be available to stream on the portal.
The short date announcement video teased a squad of Korean Hahoe mask-wearing bandits who planned to put on the world’s biggest show.
Earlier this year, the Korean series’ official teaser was revealed, revealing the show’s entire cast. Professor, played by actor Lvaro Morte in the original Spanish series, will be played by Yoo Ji-Tae in the remake.
Furthermore, actor Park Hae Soo, who gained international fame for his portrayal in the dystopian survival thriller ‘Squid Game,’ has been cast to play Berlin, which Pedro Alonso originally played.
#MoneyHeist: Korea – Joint Economic Area.
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Lee Won-jong and Kim Ji-hun will play the father-son roles of Moscow and Denver, respectively.
Jang Yoon-Ju will play Tokyo’s best friend and Nairobi’s ever-energetic counterpart, while Kim Ji-hoon and Lee Kyu-ho will play cousins Helsinki and Oslo, respectively.
Kim Hong-Sun is the director of the 12-episode series.