Money Heist, a Spanish Netflix show, was watched all over the world and had a total of five seasons. The show was about not just one big theft, but two. Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, a remake of a K-drama, has only six episodes out so far, and the last one ends on a cliffhanger. But fans of Money Heist: Korea can look forward to Season 2 sooner than expected.
Money Heist Korean Season 2 Release Date
At the moment, there is no official word on what will happen with Money Heist: Korea.
But if you come back here, we’ll let you know as soon as we find out more.
Considering filming and post-production, if the series does move forward, we probably won’t see it until at least mid-2023.
So it looks like we’ll be waiting for either way.
Money Heist Korean Season 2 Cast
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’s season one’s primary heist participants are:
- Jeon Jong-seo – Tokyo
- Veteran’s Jang Yoon-ju – Nairobi
- The Great Show’s Lee Won-jong – Moscow
- The Liar and His Lover’s Lee Hyun-woo – Rio
- The Good Detective’s Kim Ji-hoon – Helsinki
- Oldboy’s Yoo Ji-tae – The Professor
- Squid Game’s Park Hae-soo – Berlin
- The Flower of Evil’s Kim Ji-hoon – Denver
Even if some of the hustlers didn’t survive, some of the characters are probably going to show up in the flashbacks to the original plans for the robbery.
Money Heist Korean Season 2 Plot
The geographic and political context in which the heists are set differentiates Money Heist: Korea from the original La house de Papel.
In the instance of Korea, the program takes place in a time period that is not too far in the future from the present and in which North and South Korea have made some progress toward reunification.
Set amid the peace process between the formerly at war regions, we first encounter the heist team as both parties are establishing a Joint Economic Area (hence the show’s name), where firms can cooperate to create a more prosperous future for their sector and economy.
It’s unclear how much of this will factor in given how season one was developed, which mostly adhered to the first few episodes of the original show’s first season’s story beats.
They might keep using the same program structure and dialogue, which would provide a fully Korean adaptation of the existing Spanish series.
In either case, we’ll let you know as we learn more.
‘Money Heist: Korea’ Season 1 Ending
Although the K-first drama’s half condenses a significant portion of the original storyline, viewers are left wanting more. The squad rejoices as Moscow (Lee Won-jong) informs them that he has reduced the Mint floors to dirt in the Money Heist: Korea finale.
This is a vital junction in their escape strategy, as fans of the original series are aware. Denver (Kim Ji-hoon) and Mi-seon (Lee Joo-bin), meanwhile, give in to their desires for one another and engage in a sensual act. Fans do receive some mystery, though. They find out that the professor (Yoo) taught economics and had a particular interest in the unification of North and South Korea.
He is asked to come up with an economic strategy as North Korea implements its “open door” policy. Fans start to wonder if this is the reason the Professor was able to come up with a thorough theft scheme. In the epilogue, Moo-hyuk (Kim Sung-oh), who thinks Woo-(Kim jin’s Yun-jin) love interest is just a facade, visits the Professor.
Given that the season finale depicts Berlin injecting himself with an unidentified medicine, Money Heist: Korea Season 2 has a few stories to wrap up. Fans are also speculating about whether the second half of the K-drama would explore Berlin’s relationship with the Professor in light of his past.
Where To Watch Money Heist Korean Season 2
You can watch Money Heist Korean Season 2 On Netflix when the release date is confirmed.
Money Heist Korean Season 2 Trailer Updates
There hasn’t been a trailer yet of Money Heist Korean Season 2. It will arrive soon you can Watch below Money Heist Korean Season 1 Trailer.
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