May 16, 2022

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'Cash Heist' is getting a Korean remake & it's set to premiere in June 2022

Keep in mind when everybody was completely obsessive about Cash Heist on Netflix? All your folks and your folks’ grandmas have been speaking about it. Heck, even my co-workers.

However now you have received one other factor to (most likely) obsess over: The Korean remake of Cash Heist.

Say Annyeonghaseyo.

Netflix has introduced the premiere date for Cash Heist: Korea – Joint Financial Space, slated to hit the streaming platform on June 24, 2022.

The brand new sequence will function six episodes, with the primary characters following the identical names as the unique Spanish sequence. Nevertheless, the story is about on the backdrop of North and South Korea, as the 2 nations gear up for peaceable reunification.

And with reunification comes a brand new, unified foreign money. However after all, earlier than this could even occur, the Professor has to assemble a staff of top-class thieves to steal the money straight from the mint, making for a heist like by no means earlier than on the Korean peninsula.

However because the story is predicated within the Koreas, the gang will not be carrying Salvador Dalí masks. Extra becoming for the situation, they’re going to be carrying conventional Hahoe masks as an alternative. This was even teased in a title announcement posted on the Netflix YouTube web page again in January 2022.

IMAGE: Netflix / YouTube

In case you’re a fan of Okay-dramas, you will most likely be aware of no less than a number of the solid members within the sequence:

IMAGE: Netflix / YouTube

Yoo Ji-tae – the Professor
Park Hae-soo – Berlin
Jun Jong-seo – Tokyo
Lee Received-jong – Moscow
Kim Ji-hun – Denver
Jang Yoon-ju – Nairobi
Lee Hyun-woo – Rio
Kim Ji-hoon – Helsinki
Lee Kyu-ho – Oslo

Are you as excited as we’re?

Watch the date announcement beneath:

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Cowl picture sourced from Netflix.