Money Heist: Korea Joint Economic Area
When La Casa De Papel's South Korean version was announced in 2020, it immediately became a topic of conversation.The highly anticipated series, titled Money Heist: Korea Joint Economic Area, will premiere on Netflix on June 24, 2022.
As of late April, the producers released a short teaser clip of the show, which gave viewers an idea of what to expect. "Get ready for a bold new vision of the ultimate heist," the caption stated. Yoo Ji-Tae has been cast as Professor, the mastermind behind the original series robbery.
Netflix and Money Heist both introduced Professor Yoo Ji-Tae on their official social media accounts. Poster, released in English and Spanish, depicted the 46-year-old with the distinctive black-rimmed glasses and a melancholic look on his face.
With his brown leather jacket over his shirt and tie, it's hard not to notice him.
The Professor's surroundings suggest that he is in the middle of putting together a strategy.
Actor lvaro Morte plays the Professor in the Spanish-language adaptation. Actor Yoo Ji-Tae is one of Korea's most well-known performers, thanks to films like Seven Days, Ode to My Father, Lost, and Mistresses, to name just a few of his notable credits.
Money Heist Korea released a teaser trailer along with its release date announcement, as previously reported. The traditional Korean Hahoe mask is chosen by the Professor to conceal his identity during the heist in the video. ''A robber who stole a huge amount of money changes the world and becomes a hero," he is quoted as saying. “Of all the money heists, we'll pull off the biggest one yet. The public will watch this greatest show on earth live and they will root for us,'' he said.
In addition to Yoo Ji-Tae, Park Hae-soo will be featured as Berlin, Jun Jong-seo as Tokyo, Lee Won-jong as Moscow, Kim Ji-hun as Denver, Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi, Lee Hyun-woo as Rio, Kim Ji-hoon as Helsinki, and Lee Kyu-ho as Oslo.