What Is Known About Its Korean Adaptation?

‘Money Heist’ is one of the most famous Spanish crime drama series of Netflix. Critics praised the series very much for the unique story and the brilliant performances of the cast members. Now it is revealed that Money Heist is getting a Korean version also. This news was shared by a South Korean newspaper, Ilgan Sports. So keep reading to get every single detail on it:


Korean Money Heist


Ilgan Sports broke the news that BH Entertainment and ZIUM Contents are in talks with Netflix for the Korean adaptation of Money Heist. The Spanish series is also very much popular in South Korea, so we can expect that there are already many possibilities for its happening.


Reportedly, it will be the remake version of Money Heist and will include the same characters and story, which we noticed in the original series. On Twitter, many fans also started thinking about who will play the characters. A user also shared a post by revealing the potential stars who can play the characters:




When Will It Release?


The Korean version is not officially confirmed till now, so it’s tough to tell a specific date for it. If Netflix gives the permit to the projects, then it will take a long time to release in South Korea. The script will be prepared, and casting for the iconic characters also happen, which will take plenty of time.


The sources said, we have to wait for around 2-3 years for the new series. If any new update appears, we will inform you.


About Netflix’s Money Heist 


Money Heist is created by Alex Pina and it shows the story of a group of robbers who tried to do the heist in the Royal Mint of Spain. The first season released in 2017, and then Netflix bought the rights of the series. These are the cast members of the series:


Alvaro Morte as El Profesor, Itziar Ituño as Raquel, Miguel Herran as Rio, Rodrigo de la Serna as Palermo, Darko Peric as Helsinki, Hovik Keuchkerian as Bogotá, Jaime Lorente as Denver, Esther Acebo as Mónica, Najwa Nimri as Alice Sierra, Úrsula Corberó as Tokyo.


The fourth season of the Spanish series just delivered this year, and now everyone is waiting for the fifth season, for which Netflix did not give the green light.


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