CAUTION- All the heist dramas ever made are solely for entertainment purposes. If your internal mastermind is getting evoked yet again by Money Heist Korea; please take precautionary measures ASAP!! It’s not been long since the Korean miniseries, Money Heist Korea:
According to popular opinion Koreans are masters at storytelling. However, they had quite the miss with Money Heist Korea. The creators were going for a Korean reboot of the original Alex Pina show only to have disappointed the fans who anticipated the show. The Korean
Netflix is creating its dominance all over the world. We already couldn’t get enough of The Professor and his team in Money Heist. Netflix has now added to the list and is streaming Money Heist: Korea—Joint Economic Area. With fresh cast and cultural adaptations, the
Money Heist fans are delighted that a Korean remake is on the way. But there are some marked differences between the two. The most noticeable difference is the change in the masks, while the red jumpsuits remain the same. Apparently, writer Ryu Yong Jae wanted to add a
While Money Heist a.k.a La Casa de Papel ended last year, fans had reasons to celebrate as Korea had announced a remake of the Spanish series. The Korean makers have unveiled a trailer for the remake which introduces the new players to the viewers. Although the core plot is
The Spanish heist series quickly became a pop-cultural phenomenon when it premiered in 2017. The Álex Piña created series amassed a huge fan base upon its global release on Netflix. The heist show wasn’t just a usual heist show, there was drama, thrill, and heartbreak.