The trailer for 'Money Heist: Korea' sets up for the ultimate revolutionary crime series

The trailer for 'Money Heist: Korea' sets up for the ultimate revolutionary crime series ...

The Korean adaptation of Netflix''s immensely popular Spanish series Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) has finally received a trailer containing some of the most impressive heist the series will be attempting to pull.

The original Money Heist, which was created by Alex Pina, ran for five seasons. The series followed two different complex heists, one on the Royal Mint of Spain, and the other on the Bank of Spain. Pina will be returning to the franchise as executive producer for the new series.

The money Heist: Korea Joint Economic Area is based on the experience of the distinguished professor, not played by Alvaro Morte, but by Yoo Ji-tae this time. Amid the country''s reunification, the Professor approaches Tokyo (Jeon Jong-seo), who was grappling with capitalism''s harsh realities and tempts her into joining his plan to steal a whopping 4 trillion Won from the Korea Unified Mint. In order to implement this plan, the Professor establish

The Professors'' aim with the heist is to halt injustice created in this capitalist society; however, not everything goes according to plan while onsite, the crews commander Berlin, played by Squid Games Park Hae-soo, is separated according to their nationality, either North or South, which puts tensions even higher. A joint task force with South Korean negotiation specialist Seon Woo-jin (Kim Yun-jin) and former North Korean special agent Cha Moo-hyuk will

Money Heist: Korea''s Joint Economic Area has been first announced in 2020, led by Kim Hong-sun and is now written by Ryu Yong-jae, Kim Hwan-chae, and Choe Sung-jun. The series is owned by BH Entertainment and Zium Content.

Ryu said that if an additional layer of North and South Korea can influence people''s trust and the need to cooperate, the concept of a Joint Economic Area itself is unique and special along with the actors'' fantastic acting, which will truly win over the audience''s hearts.

Alongside Yoo Ji-tae, Jeon Jong-seo, Park Hae-soo, Kim Yun-jin, and Kim Sung-oh, other members of the cast include Lee Won-jong as Moscow, Kim Ji-hoon as Denver, Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi, Kim Ji-ho as Helsinki, Lee Kyu-bin as Oslo, Lee Joo-bin as Yun Misun, and Park Myung-hoon as Cho Young

Korea''s Money Heist - Part 1 of the Joint Economic Area is coming to Netflix this month on June 24. Watch the trailer below: