The Korean version of "Money Heist " has been unveiled.
On the 18th, Netflix, a global video streaming platform, released a special teaser video of Netflix's new original "Money Heist : Joint Economic Zone" (hereinafter referred to as "Money Heist ", scripted by Ryu Yong-jae, and directed by Kim Hong-sun). The video drew attention as it contained the first visuals of eight robbers, ranging from professors.
"Money Heist" depicts the process of genius strategists and robbers with different personalities and abilities against unusual variables against the backdrop of the Korean Peninsula and playing an unprecedented hostage robbery. It is based on the Spanish original series "Money Heist," one of Netflix's representative works produced in a total of five seasons since 2017.
Among them, the video released that day begins with a professor (Yoo Ji-tae) who is worried alone in a dark room. Soon after, there are many kinds of masks hanging in his eyes. Unlike the symbol of Spain's original series, it attracts attention as it has various traditional Korean masks such as masks, bunetals, and yangban masks.
It also adds to the question of where the professor's hand stretching toward the mask will face. Sunwoo Jin (Kim Yoon-jin), the head of the National Police Agency's crisis negotiation team to face the professor who planned to rob the hostage, will then appear, signaling that the government will not be gently affected.
In addition, eight robbers, Berlin (Park Hae-soo), Tokyo (Jeon Jong-seo), Moscow (Lee Won-jong), Denver (Kim Ji-hoon), Nairobi (Jang Yoon-joo), Rio (Lee Hyun-woo), Helsinki (Kim Ji-hoon), and Oslo (Lee Kyu-ho), appear one after another, raising expectations.
It raises questions about what kind of story the "Money Heist ," which aroused believers around the world, has been transformed into in Korea and what the all-time scale of events will be on the Korean Peninsula.
Money Heist can only be found on Netflix in 2022.