‘Squid Game’ Star Park Hae Soo Shares What It Was Like to Play a Criminal Mastermind in ‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’

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 Money Heist Park Hae Soo
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1st Look Magazine teamed up with Park Hae Soo, who will be playing Berlin in Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area.

In an interview after the photoshoot, the star showed his excitement for his upcoming works, Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, Suriname and Ghost, by saying, “With the pandemic, all the movies and series I had shot were postponed from their initially proposed release date. However, now that the pandemic is over, many of those are releasing all at once. My peers and I have put our heart and soul into the upcoming work, so I cannot wait to see its edited version on Netflix.”

 Money Heist Park Hae Soo
Credit: 1stlook

The actor added, “The conflict is further amplified as the story takes place in Korea on the verge of unification. Berlin is a character that figuratively describes the pain of a divided country. I think it will be a fascinating series as it is based on a strong original work with a sprinkle of Korean sentiments and the country’s aching history.”

The celebrity described what he has been up to recently: “I’ve been busy watching my 8-month-old son. He can now crawl and stand on his own. He would quickly switch from laughing to crying and call his mom, saying, ‘Umma, Umma.’ He can be quite a handful sometimes, so I feel terribly sorry for my wife. I send her to the hospital for vitamin injections whenever she seems exhausted. These days, I enjoy watching Our Blues and My Liberation Notes. I love those slice-of-life dramas. Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s movie Drive My car also left a strong impression on me.”

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