Dust off your Hahoetal masks! The much-awaited second part of Money Heist’s Korean adaptation is soon landing on our screens. While it does take major cues from the original Spanish series, Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area isn’t afraid to take some liberties to make its version stand out. With the first half leaving viewers with tension and questions, what is there to expect from its second part?
What happened at the end of Money Heist: Korea Part 1?
For those who need a refresher, Money Heist: Korea’s first half ended with a bang–both literally and figuratively. Before a cliffhanger had spectators craving for part two, the series showed that Berlin (Park Hae Soo) and the team had managed to trick Woo-jin (Kim Yun Jin), after she was set to prove that the thieves had killed a hostage, which was a ruse.
Just as they’re celebrating their victory, more good news comes to the team’s way. Moscow (Lee Won Jong) has managed to break through the Royal Mint floor to get their escape plan going. Meanwhile, the Professor (Yoo Ji Tae) realizes that he has fallen for Woo-jin, but not all is well. The mysterious Captain Cha Moo-hyuk (Kim Sung Oh) enters the scene, a character who suspects the Professor of lying to Woo-jin about his true identity.
What did the Money Heist: Korea Part 2 teaser reveal?
With Moscow’s breakthrough, the plan is set for the team to break out of the Royal Mint, but a legion of S.W.A.T. shooters are ready to target them once spotted especially with the amount of money in their possession.
The gang of top-class thieves, however, has a new member on board to potentially ease things: Lim Ji Yeon's Seoul, who might just be their missing ingredient. But she isn’t the only bombshell reveal spotted in the teaser, as the Professor’s ruse with Woo-jin might just have been disclosed.
A previously released clip also peeked at an action-packed scene led by Cha Moo-hyuk, as he chased a man in an abandoned decrepit building. Like us, viewers have wondered how it all connects!
When will Money Heist: Korea Part 2 be released?
The second part’s six new episodes are set to stream on Netflix on December 9. According to a previous interview with Elle Korea, Yoo Ji Tae mentioned that two seasons’ worth of plot of the original Money Heist were condensed into just 12 episodes!