Thanks to Netflix, audiences are going to witness another magic of heist, this time in the Korean language. The streaming giant has already released a new trailer for Money Heist Korean remake. Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area is set to release on 24th June this year.
A few months back, Netflix released a teaser for the show that increased the audience’s attention. They have already released some of the best South Korean movies and web series this year. Money Heist: Korea is another addition to that list.
After the overwhelming response to the Spanish Money Heist, it’s such a significant step towards releasing a remake of one of the most popular shows on Netflix. So far, the trailer shows a few dialogues with some shots of the mask, locker, and the team covered with masks, this time not Salvador Dali but the traditional Korean Hahoe mask.
The plot of the new remake will be like the original version. Instead of Spanish, it will come in the Korean language with its different settings. Here is the teaser trailer for the new Money Heist Korean remake. As the trailer shows, another heist is going to take place by a group of robbers led by the team leader, Professor. It may also include North and South Korea’s Joint Security Area.
Though it’s just a glimpse, we will learn more sooner.
Money Heist Korean Cast
- Park Hae-soo (Berlin)
- Jeong Jong-Seo (Tokyo)
- Yoo Ji-Tae (Professor)
- Lee Joo-bin (Yoon Mi-Seon)
- Ji-hoon Kim (Helsinki)
- Yunjin Kim (Seon Woo-jin)
- Jang Yoon-Ju (Nairobi)
- Lee Si-woo (Ann)
- Hyun-Woo Lee (Rio)
- Kim Ji-Hoon (Denver)
- Lee Wong-Jong (Moscow)
- Kyu-Ho Lee (Oslo)
Along with releasing the trailer on 29th April, Netflix has announced the release date of Money Heist: Korea. It is set to release on 24th June 2022.
Alex Pina who is the creator of the original Money Heist will not involve with the Korean production.