Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area

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Korean remake of Money Heist will return to Netflix for second season

The Korean remake of Money Heist (original title: La Casa de Papel) will return to Netflix in December. A second season is set to release! (well, actually, a second part)

The story of the remake takes place in the nearby future: North and South Korea end up having the same currency and are at the point of opening their borders to each other. A criminal mastermind (Yoo Ji-tae) sets up a team (with codenames based on cities) to rob the large bank where all the new money is kept. Berlin's role is portrayed by Park Hae-soo (Squid Game) in this South-Korean version. The second part will have six episodes. Next to that, the original Spanish version of Money Heist will have a spin-off in the shape of a prequel series that focuses on Berlin (Pedro Alonso).

Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area

The cast of the Korean version of Money Heist is further completed by Yunjin Kim (also known as Kim Yun-jin), who has had roles in American series such as Lost and Mistresses (US), Jeon Jong-seo (also known as Rachel Jun), Lee Hyun-woo, Lee Won-jong, Kim Ji-hoon, Jang Yoon-ju, Kim Ji-hun, Lee Kyu-ho, Kim Sung-oh, Park Myung-hoon, Lee Si-woo, Lee Joo-bin, Hong In, Gil Eun-seong, Lim Ji-yeon, Jang Hyun-sung, and Kim Chui-yoon.

The second season/part of Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area will release on Netflix on the 9th of December.
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