Netflix has confirmed and announced the main cast of the Korean version of its hit show 'Money Heist' (La Casa De Papel).
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The Korean remake of 'Money Heist' has recently confirmed its casting lineup, drawing attention.
Yoo Ji Tae, who transforms himself into the face of every work, and Kim Yoon Jin, the head of the crisis negotiation team at the National Police Agency, will play the role of professor who plans the unprecedented hostage crisis, making people look forward to a fiery performance match.
Berlin was played by Park Hae Soo, who has shown his presence with his unique acting skills, Tokyo by Jeon Jong Seo, who has shown outstanding acting skills in various works, and Moscow by Lee Won Jong, who has been working across genres for a long time.
"Parasite" star Park Myung Hoon is Cho Young Min, and Kim Sung Oh plays Captain Cha Moo Hyuk, a former special agent.
Kim Ji Hoon, who showed a perfect image transformation with the drama "The Flower of Evil" as Denver, and Jang Yoon Joo, who showed excellent acting talent in the films "Veteran" and "Three Sisters," are drawing attention.
Yoon Mi Sun, an accounting employee who has an affair with Cho Young Min, will be played by Lee Joo Bin. Lee Woo is expected to increase the unique charm of each character, with talented rookie Park Jung-woo, Helsinki Kim Ji Hoon, who has been a scene stealer in "The Watchers," and Oslo Lee Kyu Ho, who has shown various acting spectra.
The original Spanish original series "Money Heist" is an all Time crime drama in which crime experts, led by a man called a professor, occupy the Spanish Mint, print hundreds of millions of euros and run away, sparking a craze around the world.
The Korean version of "Money Heist" depicts the process of genius strategists and figures with different personalities and abilities against extraordinary variables in the background of the Korean Peninsula and conducting unprecedented hostage Taking. Following the news of the remake, the Korean version of "Money Heist," which is drawing keen attention due to the casting of the Makgang union, will be released on Netflix.