Netflix Announces New Untitled K-Drama Based On “Money Heist”
Money Heist will soon end with its fifth season. And the fans will be sad every time they someone wearing red overalls. However, South Korea has decided to make the audience happy with their new show. Recently, news has surfaced that a new K-Drama is all set to make to start production. And this new unnamed South Korean drama is an adaptation of our favorite heist show, Money Heist (La Casa Da Papel). South Korean dramas always feel good, and we expect the upcoming one to be the same. Money Heist and a K-Drama crossover is something no one expected, but indeed is something that everyone will enjoy.
The upcoming untitled K-drama is backed up by Netflix, making it another Netflix original K-drama in the list of so many. South Korean industry is growing, and Netflix is also amused by the way it works. This year many new Korean dramas were released on Netflix, which literally saved 2020. Crash Landing On You, and The King: Eternal Monarch, are some of them. Honestly, Netflix has some of the best K-Drama collections, and it is going to get bigger soon.
Furthermore, Alex Pina, who has created Money Heist, also shared his views on the news. So, let’s go ahead and get to know all the deets on the Korean version of Money Heist.
Alex Pina On Money Heist “K-Drama”
Alex Pina proved himself to be a mastermind while creating Money Heist. Pina has made one of the finest crime shows, which is adored by people from various nations.
Pina made sure to express his views on the news of Netflix’s K-Drama version of Money Heist. He said that Korean entertainment had attracted people from across the Korean borders, especially teens. He said that Korean creators have been creating audiovisual and content for years now. And the fact that Korea is inspired by his show is truly amazing. In the end, Pina said that the fact that the series is going to be set on a Korean peninsula seems like a milestone, and he feels delighted.
Alex Pina is also known for series like White Lines and Locked Up.
The Cast And Crew
For such a great show, the cast should be brilliant too. According to sources, some cast members for the new K-Drama have been cast. Five out of many are confirmed at the moment.
Yoo Ti Jae will portray the mastermind of the group, The Professor. Jeon Jong Seo will be playing the fearless and savage Tokyo. Kim Yoon Jin has taken the role of Raquel(Lisbon). Park Jae Joon will portray the role of Berlin. Also, the fifth member is Bae Sung Woo, but his role is not announced yet.
The show will be helmed by Kim Hong-sun, who is known for shows like Voice and The Guest. Whereas Ryu Yong-Jae, who is known for writing Netflix original My Holo Love, will serve as the screenwriter. And the show is being co-produced by BH Entertainment and Content Zium.