Netflix’s Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area confirmed the release date for the second part of its series.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, which fascinated global viewers with its unique backdrop of the Korean peninsula on the brink of unification and its fast-paced storyline, will carry out its last operation in the next season. The newly released poster shares a glimpse of a mysterious person on a motorcycle rushing toward the armed police leaving other robbers and hostages behind. Viewers are wondering who the person is as they might be a key individual in the upcoming season.
The trailer begins with the robbers trying to escape the Mint. Although the robbers and the professor (played by Yoo Ji Tae) printed loads of money within a short period of time, they are still facing countless dangers as they are about to reveal who the real robber is in the country.
Meanwhile, the joint team realizes that there is a secret advocate outside the Mint helping the robbers, and a new character named Seoul (Lim Ji Yeon) appears in the midst of chaos and disarray.
Expectations are growing on how things will pan out for the robbers as they’ve just gotten control over the Mint as Seon Woo Jin (Kim Yun Jin) warns them that the real neogotiation begins now.
Part 2 for Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area will premiere on December 9th.
Source : Netflix