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Trailer For The Show Money Heist: Korea Shows The Political Motivations For Robbery

The teaser for Money Heist: Korea, a remake/spinoff of Netflix's successful series, uncovers the political undertones behind the ultimate heist

In 2020, a remake of Netflix's successful Money Heist was announced. Money Heist: Korea will be released in only a few weeks, despite possible pandemic-related delays. The new series will be structured similarly to Money Heist, with a squad of criminals employing the same identities as in the previous series to pull off the ultimate heist, but it will take place in a newly unified Korea. According to the Money Robbery: Korea teaser, the shift in place and culture will aid in retelling the original plot as a ground-breaking new heist. The official teaser, provided by The Swoon, illustrates how Money Crime: Korea will reframe the heist from the first series. The Professor's scheme is inspired by the betrayal of unified Korea's combined economy, which produced a system that rewarded only the wealthy while leaving everyone else to struggle.

Yoo Ji-tae, Jun Jong-seo, Kim Ji-hun, Lee Won-jong, Jang Yoon-ju, Lee Hyun-woo, Lee Kyu-ho, and Kim Ji-hoon feature in Money Heist: Korea, with Park Hae-soo, who starred in Netflix's international blockbuster Squid Game. The new cast will add a fresh perspective to the narrative, and the highly anticipated series will debut with 12 episodes in its first season. On June 24, Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area will launch.


Source: The Swoon

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