Money Heist: Korea Season 2 – Everything you need to know

Money Heist: Korea The perverts follow.

of World money heist Expansions are happening — and in the show’s first major reboot, they’re debuting in Korea.

sub headline united economic zone, this new version of money heist Will feel very familiar to longtime super fans of the action thriller, mainly because Robbery and its characters are directly lifted from Spanish origins (even under their namesake).

However, there are some changes and scope for the series to go its own way in the future. But what exactly is in store for this gang of aspiring thieves and their ruling professor?

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s next for the series.

Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Season 2 Possible release date: When is it?

Joon Jongseo as Tokyo, Lee Hyunwoo as Rio, Jang Eunju as Nairobi, Park Heesu as Berlin, Lee Wonjong as Moscow and Kim Jihyun as Denver, Money Heist Korea Joint Economic Zone

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Currently, there is no official announcement regarding the future of Money Heist: Korea.

However if you check back here we will update you as we hear more.

If the series goes ahead, taking into account filming and post-production, we are unlikely to see it until at least the middle of 2023.

So either way, it looks like we’re in for a wait.

Money Heist: Korea Season 2 Cast – Who will be in it?

Lee Hyunwoo as Rio, Park Hesu as Berlin and Joon Jongseo as Tokyo, Money Heist Korea Joint Economic Zone

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Main robbery players in season one Money Heist: Korea – United Economic Zone Huh:

, old boyYu Ji-tae – Professor
, squid game‘s Park Hee-soo – Berlin
, flower of evil‘s Kim Ji-hoon – Denver
Jeon Jong-seo – Tokyo
, experienced personKa Jung Eun-joo-Nairobi
, great show‘s Lee Won-jong – Moscow
, liar and his lover‘s Lee Hyun-woo – Ryo
, good detective‘s Kim Ji-hoon – Helsinki

While some hustlers didn’t make it out alive, shortcomings in the initial plans around the heist are likely to result in the return of some characters.

Money Heist: Korea Season 2 Plot – What Will Happen?

Park Hesoo as Berlin, Jang Yoonjoo as Nairobi, Yoo Jeet as Professor, Kim Jihyun as Denver and Lee Wonjong as Moscow, Money Heist Korea United Economic Zone

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main difference between Money Heist: Korea and original the money heist It is the geographical and political background against which the dacoits stand.

In the case of Korea, the show is set in the not-too-distant future from the present, in a world where North and South Korea are somewhat reunited.

During the peace process between formally warring territories, we meet the robbery team at a time period in which both sides are creating a joint economic zone (hence the show’s name) in which businesses seek to create a more lucrative future for themselves. can work together. Industry and economy.

It’s not yet known how much of this will come into play after the development of season one, which essentially follows the story beats of the first batch of episodes from the original show.

They could potentially continue to follow the same show format and dialogue, resulting in an entirely Korean version of the Spanish series that already exists.

We’ll let you know when we hear more either way.

Money Heist: Korea Season 2 Trailer – When Can I Watch It?

Lee Hyunwoo as Rio, Kim Jihyun as Denver, Money Heist Korea Joint Economic Zone

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Unfortunately, there is no sign of a trailer for season two yet.

But keep checking back in (and check out the original series and new series if you’re getting clearance) and we’re sure it’ll be back on your screens in no time.

We will keep you updated whenever we hear something new.


Money Heist: Korea Joint Economic Area is now available on Netflix.

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