'Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area': Fans shower praise on Netflix show, feel Korean touch made it interesting

Fans cannot stop gushing about Part One of 'Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area' and they can't wait for Part 2 to arrive


                            'Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area': Fans shower praise on Netflix show, feel Korean touch made it interesting
A still from 'Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area' (Netflix)
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Money Heist’ was one of the most popular series on Netflix and became a cultural phenomenon. That’s why South Korea decided to adapt the series and tell the story of the biggest heist in the world. Titled, ‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’, the story revolves around a group of robbers who plan to pull up a heist at the Korean Mint situated in the Joint Economic Area. North and South Korea will be unified, giving people a chance to have more opportunities. However, only the rich got richer and that’s why the team decided to execute this plan.

As soon as the series surfaced online, critics, as well as audiences, started praising the K-drama for its unique storytelling that featured Korea’s local flavor. It was one of the main reasons why the show resonated with people so much because it’s not just a heist story, it also tells a lot about people from both countries and why they don’t like each other. Even in Part One of the Netflix show, Berlin (Park Hae-soo) also divided the North and South Koreans and threatened them by saying that if one side makes mistake, the other side will get the punishment.

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Yoo Ji-tae as Professor in 'Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area' (Netflix)

 

The show is filled with amazing acting sequences and brilliant performances. That’s why the internet and social media can’t stop raving about the Korean show. Fans showered praises on social media and congratulated the team of ‘Money Heist: Korea’ for doing such an amazing version of the original Spanish series. One of the fans wrote, “No joke, Korea did so well in their version of money heist !!! I was amazed the whole time, the scenes, the portrayals, the cinematography and all.” Another fan wrote, “As expected, mind-blowing. Everyone portrayed their roles so well. Haven’t watched the original one, so the strategies amazed me. The Korean touch with south vs north tension made it more interesting. THE CLIFFHANGER CAN'T WAIT FOR PART 2.”

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“AS EXPECTED KDRAMA REMAKE NEVER DISAPPOINTS ME 10000/10 FOR THIS AMAZING SERIES,” said another fan. “Money heist Korea is giving everything it’s meant to give and more,” wrote another fan. “Money heist Korea is good tho. Fast-paced. They focused more on the plot. Every scene was significant and contributed to the plot. No fillers. Altho they copied everything from the OG? It's like they summarize the s1. they just took out unnecessary scenes lmao,” tweeted another fan.

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Meanwhile, one of the fans wrote, “I truly enjoyed money heist Korea!!” Another social media user tweeted, “Money heist Korea did a great job with the adaptation of the og money heist. I think if you want the heavier and tenser experience you should watch the og first then the adaptation. The adaptation also got the perfect casting for the series. 100/10 must watch!”

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Part One of ‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’ ended on a massive cliffhanger with Captain Cha meeting The Professor for the first time. However, he doesn’t know about his real identity. He thinks that Sunho is the Professor and is set to enter his home to find clues. Let’s see what happens when the show will come back for Part 2.

‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’ is currently streaming on Netflix.

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