Money Heist Korean adaptation differs from original, Park Ha-soo reveals true meaning of mask

It is already revealed that each character in Money Heist Korea has a unique background and the famous Dali mask is being replaced with a different mask, called Haho

The South Korean adaptation of the hit Spanish series 'Money Heist' is all set to start streaming on Netflix today, June 24

The series is set in a fictional United Economic Zone, a futuristic world where the Korean Peninsula faces reunification

When the promise of 'a united Korea' fails, a mysterious master strategist named

'The Professor' (Yu Ji-tae) sets out to pull off the 'biggest' heist at the Mint Bureau, each nicknamed after the cities. Assembles a team of Desperados

In the Korean version, Park Ha-soo plays Berlin, Joon Jong-seo doubles as Tokyo, and Kim Eunjin plays Inspector Raquel Murillo

It is already revealed that each character in Money Heist Korea has a unique background and the famous Dali mask is being replaced with a different mask

Now, actor Park Hee-soo has revealed that the masks have a special connection to the culture of South Korea. They are called haho

Now, actor Park Hee-soo has revealed that the masks have a special connection to the culture of South Korea. They are called haho

Park Hee-soo said, "The show is set against the backdrop of a divided nation and has some emotional conflicts that are inherently embedded in the story