Jeon Jong Seo, Park Hae Soo, Lee Hyun Woo, And More Are Desperate To Escape The Counterattack In “Money Heist: Korea” Part 2 Posters
Ahead of the final showdown in Part 2, “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” has unveiled new main posters!
Based on the hit Spanish series “Money Heist,” “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” follows an anonymous squad of robbers who join forces for an ambitious, large-scale heist on the fictional Korea Unified Mint. Part 1 of the series aired this past June with Yoo Ji Tae as the Professor, the mastermind behind the operation, and his crew of robbers Park Hae Soo, Jeon Jong Seo, Lee Hyun Woo, Kim Ji Hoon, Jang Yoon Joo, Lee Won Jong, and more.
The main posters capture a gang of robbers operating inside and outside the Korea Unified Mint and the North and South Korea joint response team trying to catch them. Professor, who plans an unprecedented hostage robbery and copes with the crisis by using his indomitable wits, asks Seoul (Lim Ji Yeon), the leader of the mercenaries who helps the robbers from outside the Mint, for help in a daring situation that just gets worse as time goes by.
In this second poster, the scene of a gunfight at the lobby of the Mint adds to the tension. Berlin (Park Hae Soo) and Tokyo (Jeon Jong Seo), who are isolated in the Mint, as well as the rest of the robbers make a desperate attempt to escape against the police who have broken into the building.
The Task Force team led by Seon Woo Jin (Kim Yoon Jin), the head of the crisis negotiation team who noticed the hint of the torn unified currency, and Cha Moo Hyuk (Kim Sung Oh), the captain of North Korea’s Ministry of Social Security who is suspicious of Professor’s identity, also launch a fierce counterattack and pursue the robbers to the bitter end.
Anticipation is high for the fierce warfare and whether the robbers with different personalities and abilities can escape the Mint safely.
Part 2 of “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” will be released on December 9. Stay tuned!
In the meantime, watch Yoo Ji Tae in “When My Love Blooms” below:
Also check out Park Hae Soo in “Chimera“: