Who hasn’t heard of the Money Heist series? Without a question, this series has garnered a lot of interest from people all around the world. Here we are discussing the most incredible series called Money Heist, which was officially published in Spanish. It is one of the most well-liked original programmes. It’s not only words that talk about it; one may also look at its IMDB ratings. It received an 8.2/10 rating there. It is also in the top ten since the fifth season has 10 million weekly hours of viewing.
Production firms from all across the world are looking forward to the fantastic series and hoping for its worldwide success.
This is wonderful news for everyone who enjoys K dramas and the Money Heist franchise. The good news is that a remake of the South Korean series is on the way. But when and where will the Joint Economic Area be accessible to people all around the world?
In June 2020, two months after the fourth season of Money Heist premiered on Netflix, the show will be remade in South Korea in collaboration with BH Media. That same year, Netflix announced that a new version had been approved, with Kim Hong-sun as director and Ryu Yong-jae as screenwriter. The series was also given the interim title “House of Paper,” according to the publication. The latest installment is expected to follow the same plot as the first, with ethnic and linguistic changes to better fit the Korean context. Nevertheless, on January 18th, 2021, Netflix released the initial teaser video for the show, revealing the name as “Money Heist: Korea-Joint Economic Operations.
MONEY HEIST: KOREA RELEASE DATE AND TIME EXPLAINED
Netflix has released an updated trailer for Money Heist. On April 29th, Korea announced that the global online launch schedule would be June 24th, 2022.
Korea’s Joint Economic Area will be divided into 12 parts. Fortunately, all series are planned to be released concurrently on June 24th at the corresponding worldwide times, according to the internet titans’ standard refresh timetable for original stuff:
- India Time: 12.30 PM
- Eastern Time: 3 AM
- Australia Central Time: 4:30 PM
- British Time: 8 AM
- Philippine Time: 3 PM
- South Korea Time: 4 PM
- Pacific Time: 12 AM
- European Time: 9 AM
The show premiered shooting in Seoul, South Korea, in the warmer months of 2021, with shooting having been considerably slowed by the nation’s isolation laws for the COVID-19 epidemic.
Curiously, Alex Pina, the initial Money Heist writer, recently stated that perhaps the possibility of reworking the show in South Korea intrigues him.
WHO HAS BEEN CAST IN NETFLIX’S KOREAN REMAKE?
Netflix made a formal media announcement on March 30th, 2021, revealing the core characters of the forthcoming Korean adaptation of Money Heist. The new series’ famed ‘Gang’ will be played by these performers:
- Jeon Jong-seo as Tokyo
- Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi
- Lee Hyun-woo as Rio
- Kim Ji-hun as Denver
- Yoo Ji-tae as Professor
- Kim Ji-hun as Helsinki
- Lee Kyu-ho as Oslo
- Park Hae-soo as Berlin
- Lee Won-jong as Moscow
Lim Ji-yeon, Lim Hyeong-guk, and Lee Si-woo are among several members of the crew that have already been revealed, although their respective parts are still to be verified.