Everything We Know So Far About The Korean Remake Series ‘Money Heist’

Everything We Know So Far About the Korean Remake Series 'Money Heist'
Everything We Know So Far About the Korean Remake Series 'Money Heist'

Over the last decade, there has been a surge in interest in South Korean media, particularly K-Dramas. Netflix, one of the most popular streaming services for K-Dramas, has spent a significant amount of time and money acquiring some of the best and most recent K-Dramas on the market. The addition of the Korean version of Money Heist to Netflix’s collection increases its value even further.

Kim Hong-sun, who has previously worked on K-Dramas such as Voice and The Guest, will direct the series. The adaptation’s script will be written by Ryu Yong-jae (Netflix’s My Holo Love). The show will be produced by a collaboration between BH Entertainment and Content Zium.

In Terms Of Production, How Far Along Is The K-Drama Money Heist?

Filming is the official state of production as of March 12, 2021.

The K-pre-production dramas began on August 18, 2013. Just a few weeks later, on September 4th, 2021, filming began in Seoul, South Korea. We don’t know when the filming will be completed, but after three months of filming, we feel the production is more than half done.

Money Heist, A K-drama, Has Yet To Be Released On Netflix. When Can We Anticipate It?

Despite the fact that production has already begun, it is quite improbable that Money Heist will be launched in early 2022. The series will most likely premiere between October and December of 2022.

Does K-Drama Involve “Money Heist’s” Creator Alex Pina In The remake?

Despite the fact that Money Heist creator Alex Pina will not be engaged in the series’ development, he did have the following to say about its planned Korean remake:

Korean filmmakers and writers have evolved their own distinct verbal and visual languages over the course of many years. Thousands of people all across the world find inspiration in them, just as they have in our show, which has transcended cultural boundaries.

The notion that the world of La Casa de Papel has piqued the interest of Korean creators enough to warrant an adaptation fascinates me. Because the action takes place on the Korean Peninsula, it feels like a watershed moment for me. This makes me extremely happy.

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