Korea season 2 – Everything you need to know

Money Heist: Korean spoilers ahead.

The world of Money theft expands – and in the first major reboot of the series, they start in Korea.

Subtitle Common Economic Area, this new version of Money theft will feel very familiar to longtime superfans of the action-thriller, mostly because the heist itself and its characters are taken straight from the Spanish original (even down to their names).

However, there are some tweaks and room for the series to go its own way going forward. But what exactly does this mean for this gang of ambitious thieves and their dominating teacher?

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s in store for the series.

Money Heist: Korea – Potential Common Economic Zone Season 2 Release Date: When Is It?

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Currently, there is no official announcement regarding the future of Money Heist: Korea.

However, if you come back here, we’ll give you updates as soon as we know more.

If the series continues, it’s unlikely we’ll see it until at least mid-2023, given filming and post-production.

So anyway, looks like we’ll be waiting.

Money Heist: Korea Season 2 Cast – Who Will Be In It?

lee hyunwoo as rio, park haesoo as berlin and jun jongseo as tokyo, theft of money korea common economic zone

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The main heist players of the first season of Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space are:

old boys Yoo Ji-tae – The Professor
squid games Hae-soo Park – Berlin
The flower of evil Kim Ji-hoon – Denver
• Jeon Jong-seo – Tokyo
Veterans Jang Yoonju – Nairobi
The Great Shows Lee Won-jong – Moscow
The liar and his lover Lee Hyun Woo – Rio
The good detective Kim Ji-hoon – Helsinki

While some of the hustlers didn’t make it out alive, flashbacks to the initial plans surrounding the heist will likely see some of the characters return.

Money Heist: Korea Season 2 Plot – What Will Happen?

park haesoo as berlin, jang yoonju as nairobi, yoo jitae as teacher, kim jihun as denver and lee wonjong as moscow, money heist korea common economic zone

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The main difference between Money Heist: Korea and the original The casa de papel is the geographic and political backdrop against which burglaries take place.

In Korea’s case, the show is set in the not-too-distant future from today, in a world where North Korea and South Korea have somewhat reunited.

Set during the peace process between the officially warring zones, we meet the heist team at a time when the two sides are forming a common economic zone (hence the name of the show) in which businesses can operate. together to build a more lucrative future for their industry and economy.

It’s not yet clear how much of that will come into play after the development of the first season, which largely followed the story beats of the original series’ first batch of episodes.

They could potentially continue to follow the same show format and dialogue, resulting in an all-Korean version of the Spanish series that already exists.

We’ll let you know when we hear more either way.

Money Heist: Korea Season 2 Trailer – When Can I See It?

lee hyunwoo as rio, kim jihun as denver, theft of money korea common economic zone

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Sadly, there is no sign of a trailer for season two yet.

But check back regularly (and maybe watch the original series and the new series if you get pullbacks) and we’re sure it’ll be back on your screens in no time.

We’ll let you know whenever we hear something new.

To promise!

Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space is now available on Netflix.

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