Korean Version of Netflix’s ‘Money Heist’ Released Its Official Cast Lineup

Korean Version of Netflix’s original series Money Heist announced the full cast lineup.

On March 31st, Netflix revealed the cast lineup for the Korean remake of Money Heist: Yoo Ji Tae, Kim Yun Jin, Park Hae Soo, Jeon Jong Seo, Lee Won Jong, Park Myung Hoon, Kim Sung Oh, Kim Ji Hoon, Jang Yoon Ju, Lee Joo Bin, Park Jung Woo, Kim Ji Hoon, and Lee Kyu Ho.

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The role of “The Professor” went to Old Boy and The Good Wife actor Yoo Ji Tae. Lost and Mistresses actress Kim Yun Jin will be playing Sun Woo Jin. To illustrate, Sun Woo Jin is the leader of the police crisis negotiation team.

Best actors will play the roles of the Professor’s gang with unique personalities, hostages that bring about unforeseen circumstances, and TF team.

For instance, Time to Hunt and Prison Playbook actor Park Hae Soo will turn into Berlin. Burning and The Call actress Jeon Jong Seo takes the role of Tokyo, while Delayed Justice actor Lee Won Jong plays Moscow. Then Parasite actor Park Myung Hoon turns into Cho Young Min, a hostage and the director of the Mint Bureau. And LUCA: The Beginning actor Kim Sung Oh plays former special force Captain Cha Moo Hyun dispatched to the heist. Flower of Evil actor Kim Ji Hoon will take on the role of Denver. Moreover, Veteran and Three Sisters actress Jang Yoon Ju joins the project as Nairobi.

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Credit: Netflix

The bookkeeper Yoon Mi Sun’s role, who has an affair with Cho Young Min went to She Would Never Know actress Lee Joo Bin. In addition, Team Bulldog: Off-duty Investigation actor Park Jung Woo becomes Rio. “Scene stealer” Kim Ji Hoon will turn into Helsinki. Lastly, Helsinki’s cousin Oslo will come to life with Stove League actor Lee Kyu Ho.

Money Heist is a Spanish heist crime series created by Álex Pina. The series traces two long-prepared heists led by the Professor, one on the Royal Mint of Spain and one on Spain’s Bank. It certainly created a global sensation when it aired on Netflix in late 2017. The Korean remake will feature a similar plot but is staged against the backdrop of the Korean peninsula.

The Guest and Voice director Kim Hong Sun helms the remake project. My Holo Love and Psychopath Diary screenwriter Ryu Yong Jae and his writer team pen the script.


Source: Netflix

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