Netflix held a press conference for the series “Money Heist”

Netflix held a press conference for the series “Money Heist”

Netflix held a press conference for the series “Money Heist”

Netflix held its global press conference on June 22, Courtesy (Google).

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  • Netflix held its global press conference on June 22.
  • Cast members discussed their characters, settings, and other aspects of “Money Heist”.
  • Yoo Ji Tae talked about playing a man with moral ambiguity.
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Netflix held its global press conference on June 22. We learned some intriguing details about the characters, settings, and other aspects of the much-anticipated “Money Heist: Korea-Join Economic Area.” The cast members introduced themselves and discussed their characters at the start of the meeting.

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Yoo Ji Tae claimed that since he is used to playing evil characters, playing a man with moral ambiguity—the mastermind of the robbery who works hard to ensure there are no casualties and prefers to utilise brain power over brute force—will be a first for him. Due to the fact that he wasn’t physically present throughout the filming of the sequences with his crew and that the Professor had a lone wolf mentality, he also experienced loneliness.

Fans are thrilled to see Park Hae Soo back on television as Berlin since they consider him to be the team’s in-game leader. As the “representative of Netflix” (having participated in two other Netflix Originals in addition to “Money Heist”), Park Hae Soo discussed his experience mastering the North Korean accent for his role.

The actors who play Tokyo, Nairobi, Helsinki, and Oslo—played by Jeon Jong Seo, Jang Yoon Ju, Kim Ji Hoon, and Lee Gyu Ho—also discuss the parallels they share with their characters and how the Spanish version of “Money Heist” caught their interest.

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The ensemble had some incredible chemistry together, especially Lee Won Jung and Kim Ji Hoon, who played the father and son characters in the drama, Moscow and Denver, respectively. They claimed that while they continually looked out for one another during challenging moments, and Kim Ji Hoon even started referring to Lee Won Jung as “father” off-screen, they started to feel the relationship in real life as well.

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