Money Heist may have ended last year, but its legacy is just beginning. This week marks the premiere of Money Heist: Korea — Joint Economic Area, Set in a unified version of Korea where the rich have endlessly more than the poor, one team will do the unthinkable. They’ll steal 4 trillion won in unified currency in the heist of the century.
Thought Money Heist: Korea is a remake of the original Spanish-language program of the same name, it promises to bring its own twists to this familiar stage. Wondering when you can start watching? Here’s what you need to know.
When Will Money Heist: Korea — Joint Economic Area Be on Netflix?
All 12 episodes are coming to you this week. Money Heist: Koreathe Korean remake of La Casa de Papel, will premiere on Netflix this Friday, June 24.
What Time Will Money Heist: Korea Be on Netflix?
If you love Netflix originals, chances are you already know the answer to this question. All episodes in Money Heist: Korea — Join Economic Area’s first season will be available to stream on Netflix Friday, June 24 at 3/2c am If you don’t see the episodes appear right away, don’t panic; Refresh your Netflix browser or app, and this new international series should be there.
Who’s in the Cast of Money Heist: Korea,
This isn’t just a familiar story. It’s also a show packed with some faces you probably recognize. Yoo Ji-tae, best known for his work in oldboy, will play The Professor. Next up is our new Berlin, Park Hae-soo, who is best known for starring in Squid Game, He played Cho Sang-woo in the global Netflix sensation. Jeon Jong-seo (Burning) plays Tokyo; Kim Ji-hoon (The Flower of Evil) plays Denver; Yoon-ju Jang (Veteran) plays Nairobi; Hyun-Woo Lee (To the Beautiful You) plays Rio; Won-jong Lee (Frivolous Wife) plays Moscow; and Ji-Hoon Kim (The Good Detective) plays Helsinki. Now that you know their names, let’s get this heist started.
Is There a Trailer for Money Heist: Korea,
There certainly is. And if the news about a Money Heist remake isn’t enough to get you excited, this trailer will do the job. Packed with glossy and gorgeous visuals that have some serious Korean flare, this clip will do the trick.