The popular Netflix series will be taken on a trip to South Korea in The Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, which is set to debut on Netflix on June 24. A fresh trailer has just been published, revealing the forthcoming show in all of its splendor, with these well-known yet different characters getting ready to execute a huge robbery as part of North and South Korea’s reunification effort.
The new trailer explores the conflict that formed the Korean Peninsula’s unification, which also leads to the creation of a new single currency for the economic union. Despite people’s belief that merging the two countries would be an improvement, in reality, ordinary individuals continued to suffer economically while rich individuals got richer. The gang of robbers comes up with a plan to pull off one big-money robbery, donning the familiar crimson uniforms that fans of the original series will be acquainted with.
Following Netflix’s Spanish series Money Heist, also known as La Casa de Papel, which aired on the service from 2017 to 2021, this new version of the show will feature familiar characters including the Professor, played by Yoo Ji-tae (Oldboy), and Jeon Jong-seo playing Tokyo. The cast for the next season includes Park Hae-soo, who reprises his role as Berlin, Lee Wong-jong as Moscow, Park Myung-hoon as Cho Youngmin, Kim Sung-o as Cha Moohyuk, Kim Ji-hun as Denver, Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi, Lee Joobeen as Yun Misun, Lee Hyun-woo nt Oslo.
Another adaptation of Money Heist: Korea is also on its way to Netflix, as announced back in December 2021. The next spin-off series will center on Berlin, and Pedro Alonso will reprise his role as the protagonist. Sometime in 2023, this future program will premiere on Netflix.
There will be a total of 12 episodes in the upcoming season of Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, which will premiere on Netflix on June 24. You may watch the new trailer for the current series below. Meet Korean Money Heist Cast: Everything You Need To Know.
Meet Korean Money Heist Cast & Crew Members
- Yoo Ji-Tae – Professor
- Kim Yunjin – Sun Woo-Jin
- Park Hae-Soo – Berlin
- Jun Jong-Seo – Tokyo
- Lee Won-Jong – Moscow
- Park Myoung-Hoon – Jo Young-Min
- Kim Sung-Oh – Cha Moo-Hyeok
- Kim Ji-Hoon – Denver
- Jang Yoon-Ju – Nairobi
- Lee Joo-Bin – Yoon Mi-Sun
- Lee Hyun-Woo – Rio
- Kim Ji-Hoon – Helsinki
- Lee Kyu-Ho – Oslo
Korean Money Heist Plot Synopsis
The Professor (Yoo Ji-Tae) comes up with a devious scheme to rob a bank and make a tidy sum of money. For his plan, the Professor searches for potential team members. The recruited individuals pick city names as their code names, and they all have strong personalities. Their plan appears to be working well at first glance, but they soon run into difficulties when they take hostages.