A character poster for the North Joint Response Team from “Money Heist: Korea-Joint Economic Area” has been released by Netflix on June 17.
In the Netflix series “Money Heist: Korea-Joint Economic Area,” brilliant strategists and robbers with contrasting personalities and skills battle against exceptional factors during an unprecedented hostage robbery that takes place in the Korean Peninsula’s history just before unification.
In the released posters, the North-South Joint Response Team captures the agony and hostility between the two parties as they deal with the extraordinary situation of the Unification Mint’s armed occupation. Seon Woo-jin (Kim Yun-jin), South Korea’s senior negotiator, is deeply involved in talks with a professor (Yoo Ji-Tae), who is a representative of the robbery.
Kim Yoon-jin remarked, “I paid a lot of attention to processing my gaze so that I could notice that I was rolling my head so that I could bring out the bargaining expert’s side.” By subtly portraying Seon Woo-jin’s numerous facets, Kim Yun-jin, a police officer, mother, and woman, signalled a high level of immersion.
Kim Seong-oh is gazing intently into the monitor in the poster of Cha Mu-hyuk, a former North Korean special agent. Despite having different opinions from Seon Woo-jin, Cha Moo-hyuk “just thinks about how to handle cases well” and works toward the same end, which adds another layer of conflict to the play.
A group of robbers who remove their hahoe masks, a professor who leads them while wearing a pitiful look, and terrified hostages appear in turn in the character video jointly broadcast. The professor who organised the historic robbery was described as “a smart strategist with strong convictions” by Yoo Ji-Tae. His heavy eyes conveyed a professor with serious and firm convictions. Hae-soo Park portrays Berlin.
Tokyo, another key component of the heist, is introduced by Jeon Jong-Seo as follows: “Tokyo plays a role that leads to a dramatic play.” According to Lee Won-jong, who played Moscow, the first underground bank robber in South Korea, Moscow is a loving parent who only thinks of Denver.
According to Kim Ji-hoon, who played Denver, Denver is pure, so people trust him. He also exhibits plain ignorance on occasion. Even after the filming is finished, there is still a lot of curiosity about the chemistry between the two individuals who refer to one another as “son” and “father.”
In contrast to his performances in “Parasite” and “Crash Landing on You,” Park Myung-hoon plays Jo Young-min, an opportunistic Mint Director who seeks to survive alone at the expense of others. Mi-sun commits an affair with the mint boss, Jo Young-min, but I suppose it’s a matter of survival, said Lee Joo-bin, who plays the role of Yoon Mi-Seon, an accountant at the Mint Bureau.
Meanwhile, on June 24, the Netflix series “Money Heist: Korea-Joint Economic Area” will premiere Part 1.
Source: Newsen Korea