The South Korean remake of Netflix's popular crime series 'Money Heist' is currently in discussion and development at B...
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The South Korean remake of Netflix's popular crime series 'Money Heist' is currently in discussion and development at BH Entertainment.
According to a film industry official on June 18, BH Entertainment is working for a remake of 'Money Heist' with its production company Content Geography. They've exchanged ideas with Netflix and are in the stage of development and discussion.
'Money Heist' is a Spanish TV drama that has been on air since 2017. It depicts the story of one genius and eight accomplices who attack the central bank. It created a sensation when it met with viewers from more than 190 countries around the world through Netflix. With its suspenseful story and charming characters, it has captivated the hearts of a lot of people of all nationalities. Season 4 has been released this year and season 5 has been confirmed to air in the future.
The popularity of 'Money Heist' was also hot in South Korea. In Korea's Top 10 Content, the drama was often found, and was loved so much that fans' virtual casting of the Korean version came out.
The Korean remake is expected to be welcomed by not only the film's original fans but also various Korean audiences. In particular, it is highly anticipated who will become the professor of the Korean version and which actors will turn into the eight attractive criminals.
BH Entertainment is a entertainment company that manages top actors such as Lee Byung Hun, Yoo Ji Tae, Go Soo, Han Hyo Joo, Han Ji Min and Kim Go Eun, and is expanding its spectrum to film production.