Money robbery aka Money Heist is one of the most popular Spanish shows broadcast on Netflix. The show lasted 5 seasons and stole everyone’s money (hearts) with their stories. Now is the time for his Korean counterpart to cast his magic. Stealing Money Korea: A Common Economic Space premiered June 24, 2022 on Netflix. The show consists of six densely packed episodes and has already been renewed for a second season. Stealing Money Korea: A Common Economic Space The cast includes Yoo Ji Tae as professor, Park Hae Soo as Berlin, Jeon Jong Seo as Tokyo, Lee Hyun Woo as Rio, Lee Won Jong as Moscow, Kim Ji Hoon as Denver, Yang Yoon Yu as Nairobi, Kim Ji Hun as Helsinki and Lee Kyu Ho as Oslo.
Money Heist Korea: Joint Economic Area Review: Korean adaptation brings a solid slow-burning drama
There are a lot of similarities between the Spanish original and the Korean adaptation. Character names, situations, locations are similar. What distinguishes the Korean version is the inclusion of Korean details such as masks. While the Spanish version had Dali masks, the Korean has Hahoe masks. These masks are traditional Korean masks worn during festivities and celebrations. Another thing that sets him apart is the story of North and South Korea. The Spanish influence can clearly be found throughout the show, but it is precisely this Korean flavor that makes it a completely new experience for users. From changing the professor’s signature, to adding a different story for the lead cast (especially in Berlin’s Hae Soo Park), Stealing money Korea is an interesting watch.
Stealing Money Korea: A Common Economic Space tells the story of individuals who are North Koreans, currently residing in South Korea due to the ongoing process of unification of the two countries. The professor and his team are planning an attack on the mint and that is how our story begins. Each of the characters has their own background that unfolds as the story progresses. The narrative of the division and the stereotypes that follow are appropriately presented in the series. Because the story is set a few years into the future, it shows a lot of ‘what ifs’ and their consequences.
Netflix previously announced the selection of a Korean adaptation of its beloved Spanish original series La Casa De Papel. The Korean original series will feature an exciting cast of top Korean talent, including Yoo Ji Tae who takes on the role of Professor Álvaro Morte and Kim Yunjin as Seon Woo Jin, an inspector on the Task Force Team, who is set to play Raquel Itziara Ituña. Other gang members are Jeon Jong Seo as Tokyo, Lee Won Jong as Moscow, Kim Ji Hun as Denver, Yang Yoon Ju as Nairobi, Park Jung-woo as Rio, Kim Ji Hun as Helsinki, Lee Kyu Ho as Oslo. The hostages will be played by Park Myung Hoon (Cho Youngmin) who will reportedly play Korean counterpart Arthur and Lee Joo Been (Youn Misun) who takes on the role of Mónica Gaztambide / Stockholm.
Money theft: Korea – a common economic area the screenplay was written by Ryu Yong Jae, Kim Hwan Chae and Choe Sung Jun, and directed by Kim Hong-sun.
Stealing Money Korea: A Common Economic Space is a good remake as far as remake is concerned. The producers did not simply copy the paste from the original, but added a nice line of their originality which makes the show a beautiful watch. The series is a slow-motion K-drama with less glare compared to its original counterpart, but adds so much nuance and originality to the adaptation. Season 1 ended great, leaving a lot to explore for next season.
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