“Money Heist: Korea” is one of the 2022 remakes that gained a positive response from the viewers, as it featured a different take on the Spanish original series.
Headlined by Yoo Ji Tae, Jeon Jong Seo, Park Hae Soo, and more, the cast lineup featured a mix of notable celebrities, award-winning stars, and up-and-coming actors.
While the original series featured the Royal Mint of Spain, “Money Heist: Korea” illustrated the peninsula and created a fictional Korea Unified Mint, highlighting the peaceful reunification of North and South Korea.
Helmed by “Voice,” Decoy,” and “L.U.C.A.: The Beginning” director Kim Hong Seon, the remake aired in two parts, reprising the majority of cast members in season 2.
Since it has been a year since the Netflix adaptation was aired, here’s the current and upcoming projects of the “Money Heist: Korea” cast.
Yoo Ji Tae
Took the role of the Professor, Yoo Ji Tae was praised by the viewers for his perfect portrayal of the character.
After “Money Heist: Korea,” he will return to the small screen for the soon-to-be released K-drama “Vigilante.” Yoo Ji Tae will transform into an unidentified outlaw named Cho Heon. He will be working alongside Nam Joo Hyun, Lee Joon Hyuk, and Kim So Jin.
“Vigilante” will reportedly have its premiere this 2023 on Disney+.
Jeon Jong Seo
Known as the villain in “The Call,” Jeon Jong Seo once again showed her versatility as she played Tokyo in “Money Heist: Korea.”
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After the Netflix series, she will reprise her role in “Bargain” season 2 and headline the upcoming movie “Ballerina” with “Money Heist: Korea” co-star Kim Ji Hoon.
Kim Ji Hoon
As mentioned, the South Korean heartthrob will have a new movie with Jeon Jong Seo.
However, following his appearance in “Money Heist: Korea,” he joined the cast of the rom-com series “Love to Hate You” and made a guest appearance in “Celebrity.”
For his upcoming work, Kim Ji Hoon will play one of the supporting actors in “Death’s Game,” headlined by Seo In Guk and Park So Dam.
Park Hae Soo
Best known for his role in “Squid Game,” Park Hae Soo played Berlin in “Money Heist: Korea.”
After the two box office K-dramas, he joined another Netflix series, Narco-Saints,” with Hwang Jung Min and Ha Jung Woo.
In addition, he also had a movie titled “Yaksha: Ruthless Operations.”
For Park Hae Soo’s upcoming project, he is in talks to star in “The Great Flood” with Kim Da Mi. The post-apocalyptic film will be directed by Kim Byung Woo of “Take Point.”
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Written by Geca Wills