The upcoming South Korean television series Money Heist Korea: Joint Economic Area has just released a teaser trailer, showcasing several of the characters and revealing more details about the plot and setting than the original Spanish series had. Based on the show’s official poster, it appears that the series will be released in April 2018, and will air on KBS2 at 22:00 KST every Friday and Saturday night. Money Heist Korea: Joint Economic Area – an upcoming television series
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Trailer and release date
Season 1 Coming On 24 June In Netflix …. Money Heist is scheduled to air on tvN in 2019. The first season of Money Heist premiered on March 22, 2017 in Spain, and received a positive reception from critics and audiences alike. The entire first season was released on Netflix worldwide on May 25, 2017.  For its second season which aired in June 2018, Netflix renewed it for two additional seasons along with other Spanish-language productions including Elite and La Casa de Papel (English title: Money Heist) announced at their Television Critics Association press tour earlier that month.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Official Trailer
Money Heist () is a Spanish crime drama television series developed and produced by Jaume Collet-Serra, Alberto Caballero and Santiago Tabernero for Movistar+ (Spain) and Netflix (worldwide). It is based on a format created by Álex Pina. The first season comprises 10 episodes, all written by Álex Pina. The episodes were directed by Alex Pina, Nacho G. Velilla, Kim Hong-su, Javier Ambrossi and Ramón Salazar. Season one premiered in Spain on 29 August 2017 on Movistar+. Two seasons are planned for release in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
This is a joint economic area between North and South Korea that was conceived by Kim Jong-un. It’s more of a cultural trade community but it does include some political, economic, and legal elements. The name Joint Economic Area doesn’t exactly roll off of one’s tongue, so I assume that House of Paper will take liberty with it, although they have not released any official information yet as to what they plan to do. Based on some initial reactions from international fans, however, we can assume that at least some part of the drama will be filmed in South Korea; people are ecstatic about seeing how Kimchi is made (and eaten) in real life.
About the director
Kim Hong-su is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. Kim Hong-su studied in Hanyang University, majoring in Sociology and graduated in 1995. After graduation, he worked as assistant director for his father’s blockbuster hit Fist of Legend (Chinese: 功夫熊猫; Pinyin: Gōngfu Xióngmāo) starring Jet Li. He made his feature film debut with The Big Swindle (Korean: 위안부; RR: Wiyanbu), but decided to study screenwriting at UCLA for two years before returning to South Korea.
About the actors
Lee Joon-hyuk, Jung Woo-sung, and Son Hyun-joo have been confirmed to play main roles in ‘House of Paper’. Lee Joon-hyuk is known for his roles in drama series such as The King 2 Hearts (2012), Iris (2009) and City Hunter (2011). Jung Woo-sung is famous for his roles in movie such as Seven Days (2006), New World (2013) and others. Son Hyun-joo appeared in famous dramas such as ‘The Chaser'(2008), ‘Hwang Jin Yi'(2007) and ‘Over The Rainbow'(2012).
About the plot
The drama is based on Money Heist, a Spanish television series created by Álex Pina which follows a group of highly skilled thieves who plan and execute a major heist in order to pay off their leader’s debts. South Korean broadcast network SBS previously aired a two-part Korean adaptation of Money Heist titled The Great Show Stealer in 2017. However, SBS is reportedly producing another joint project with Netflix starring local actors.In August 2018, Netflix announced it will be releasing Money Heist: Korea (lit. House of Paper) globally on its platform starting September 13, 2018. Writer Kim Hong-su will direct the series in collaboration with Álex Pina and other members of his creative team from Spain.
How they were cast in Money Heist
One of South Korea’s top actresses, Na Young-hee (아나영희), has been cast in JTBC’s upcoming drama Money Heist. She will play Seo In-young, a representative of a big corporation who gets entangled in a money heist while enjoying her vacation at Singapore. The KBS TV series Money Heist was first aired on Spanish broadcaster Antena 3 in February 2017 and received good responses. It is based on SBS original production Tazza 2 (English title House of Cards) which revolved around people scheming to take revenge on rich people and corporations through playing games of chance.
Will there be Money Heist Korea?
If you’re excited about Money Heist, you should know that a Korean TV adaptation has been confirmed. The new show is called Jong-iui Jip (House of Paper) and will air on tvN in early 2018. It stars Lee Dong-gun, Kim Hye-soo, Kwon Yul, Park Hyung-sik and SHINee member Onew. Onew plays as a police officer who gets caught up in a heist that never ends. It will be broadcasted on tvN starting December 1st 2017 until January 23rd 2018 with 16 episodes.
Where can I watch Money Heist Korea?
Money Heist Korea is a South Korean television series which is based on Money Heist, a Spanish heist crime drama. The Korean production was directed by Kim Hong-su and written by Park Jin-hwan, who previously worked together on Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love. The first episode of Money Heist aired in Seoul and other regions in South Korea on May 6, 2018. It airs every Friday at 22:00 (KST) for 16 episodes. All episodes were pre-recorded before their airing; however, only one episode will be released per week through Naver TV Cast. Since it aired exclusively online via Naver TV Cast, viewership ratings aren’t applicable to its success or failure in South Korea.
Is Money Heist Korea a spin off?
At first glance, it would appear that Money Heist: Kang Chul-joong is a spin off of its Spanish cousin, La Casa de Papel (The House of Paper), which was released in 2017. After all, both are produced by TvN and both are based on material written by Álex Pina. However, Money Heist is in fact not a spin off but rather a remake. The remake rights were acquired earlier by Hong Kuk-yeon who wrote and directed Sonagi (2008) before she made her mark with Cheongdamdong Alice (2013). It seems that she initially envisioned Tang Yoon-Suk to play Chul-joong and Park Shin-yang to play Eok Soo.
What kind of language is Korean?
Hangeul (한글 han-geul, /ˈhɑːŋəl/) or great script is a phonemic alphabet of letters created by King Sejong in 1443 and used to write Korean. It was considered one of his most important achievements, marking a big step forward in making education accessible to everyone in Korea. Hangeul has been used officially in North Korea since its creation, but it had previously been used unofficially and privately throughout Korean history. In South Korea, it is still frequently used as a form of daily writing by some people.
What do u mean by money heist?
A heist film, also known as a caper movie or robbery film, is a subgenre of crime films in which a group plans and executes a large robbery. Many heist films have elements of other genres, such as comedies, dramas or mysteries. For example, Oceans Eleven is considered to be both a heist film and a remake of Ocean’s 11 (1960). For example, Speed is both a car chase thriller and bank-robbery film; The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) is both an art-theft caper and romantic drama; Reservoir Dogs (1992) is both about criminal conspirators seeking revenge against each other for ratting one out to authorities and about their search for unrecovered loot from another job that went bad.
Is there going to be another Casa de Papel?
Casa de Papel is currently filming for a second season, due to be released in 2019. As of yet, there has been no news on if and when another season will follow. Some are speculating that they might wait until releasing three seasons before releasing a movie; as they did with El Ministerio del Tiempo (2016). This would mean there won’t be another Casa de Papel until at least 2020. That being said, we don’t have any official word as of yet on whether or not they will continue past season two or not. Whether or not it goes beyond that depends completely on ratings and reception from viewers – but so far both have been great!