The Netflix original Korean series ‘Money Heist: Korea-Joint Economic Area‘ depicts an unprecedented hostage robbery set against the backdrop of the Korean Peninsula’s impending reunification, in which genius strategists and criminals with varying personalities and abilities battle extraordinary circumstances.
The release of Part 1 and 2 has been confirmed.
‘Money Heist Korean ‘ is a Korean remake of the Spanish ‘Money Heist’.
Yoo Ji-tae as professor, Kim Yun-jin (Sun Woo-jin), Park Hae-soo (Berlin), Jeon Jong-seo (Tokyo), Lee Won-jong (Moscow), Park Myung-hoon (Cho Young-min), ), Kim Seong-oh (Cha Mu-hyuk), Kim Ji-hoon (Denver), Jang Yoon-ju (Nairobi), Lee Ju-bin (Yoon Mi-sun), Lee Hyun-woo (Liu), Kim Ji-hoon (Helsinki), Lee Kyu-ho (Oslo), etc.
The mastermind robbers’ mask, as well as the Korean Peninsula robbers’ mask, which gained international interest after the last teaser video was aired, turned revealed to be Hahoe masks. One of the traditional masks reflecting Korean beauty is the Hahoe Mask. Blood drops on one side of the white mask pique interest, implying that their activity will go unnoticed as well.
The video shows a robbery crew making their grand entrance, aiming for “the greatest amount in the history of a single robbery.” Professor (Yoo Ji-tae), who believes that “a robber who steals a large sum of money changes the world and becomes a hero,” plots a century-long hostage situation.
“The audience will be joyfully cheering us on watching the greatest spectacle on earth live,” he stated, in addition to dreaming of an event that will go down in the annals of crime as a revolution.
It demonstrates his meticulousness and audacity, and his confidence in directing the world’s largest show with the objective of being the highest in history makes it even more intriguing to watch how far this goes.
For the first time, the appearance of the robbers who will accompany him was also disclosed. The image of the thieves emanating a sense of intimidation in a bizarre harmony between the Hahoe mask and the red jumpsuit is also heating up the anticipation of potential viewers.
Meanwhile, Money Heist Korean is scheduled to be released on June 24, 2022 exclusively on Netflix. It’s getting a lot of buzz because of its chemistry and intriguing plot.
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